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The communication faculty are eager to welcome back students to a new year that promises to be filled with a variety of activities and exciting events! A second communication major has been approved by the Maryland Higher Education Commission and will begin in the fall of 2019. The incoming first-year class is thrilled to get started on their academic adventures, and returning students are enrolled in some exciting communication classes, including Travel Writing, The Mill, and Advanced Public Speaking. Students, remember to take some time to stop by your advisor's office to say hello as the semester begins!
Business Communication senior Grace Clark (left) has spent the summer interning at WJZ-TV in Baltimore, under the supervision of anchor Jessica Kartalija, a general assignment reporter and anchor of the noon and 5 p.m. newscasts with the CBS affiliate. Grace has enjoyed her time at WJZ-TV as a general newsroom intern, and will be applying her knowledge to her service this fall as senior assignment editor for The Villager. Here, Grace and her mentor are right at home in the newly redesigned anchor desk at the station. (Photo courtesy of Grace Clark)

A wonderfully energized Convocation ceremony on August 23, 2018, welcomed transfer and first-year students, their families, faculty and staff to a new year at Stevenson University. In the photos above, clockwise from top left, Provost Susan Gorman, Ph.D., offered an initial greeting to those in attendance in the gym, and the marching band was again on hand to bring a vibrancy to the occasion. Members of the University Singers, including Business Communication major Emma Cathy Smith (in band uniform) also offered a taste of their musical talent. BizComm senior and SGA president Lauren Novsak spoke for the students as she extended a thoughtful greeting to the new Mustangs.  SU President Elliot Hirshman was eager to get the academic year off to a good start, and the RAs (in blue t-shirts) energized the gym with their enthusiasm.

In the photo at bottom center, BizComm alum Julie Mazer is flanked by two Business Communication faculty members, Leeanne Bell McManus and Stephanie Verni. Julie joined the Sodexo staff as a marketing coordinator and was on hand at the picnic following Convocation to greet parents and new students.

Business Communication faculty members Leeanne Bell McManus (left) and Chip Rouse (right) join SGA president and Business Communication major Lauren Novsak outside of Stevenson University's Western Run residence hall, where the two faculty members serve as mentors to the residents there, in the Faculty in the Halls program. Thursday, August 23, 2018 was move-in day for the first-year students, and Lauren and other student volunteers were on hand, along with the faculty mentors, to greet families and help with the move-in process. (Photo from Leeanne Bell McManus)

Congratulations and good luck to Business Communication graduate Colby Giacubeno, who serves as the scouting director for this new and exciting event. Colby's own love for the sport of basketball, which he played while a student at Stevenson, has given him the impetus to help recruit players and coaches for the event slated for Saturday, August 18 at Randallstown High School in Baltimore. With Colby's enthusiasm and organizational abilities, the showcase is bound to be a success. In the smaller photo above, Colby (center) appeared on Jeremy Conn's (right) sports talk radio show on 105.7 to help raise interest for the Super 80 Showcase. (Photo from Facebook)

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