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Business Communication News

Under the sponsorship of Business Communication professor Heather Harris, author and law professor Daniel Hatcher spoke to students, faculty and staff on Feb. 8 in the Rockland banquet room as he presented his new nationally acclaimed book, The Poverty Industry: Exploitation of America’s Most Vulnerable Citizens.

Hatcher is on faculty at the University of Baltimore school of law, and examined the impact of class in America, as well as the ways protective systems have failed the poorest and most vulnerable citizens.

The School of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) is holding a bachelor’s to master’s (BS to MS) Information Session for current students on Wednesday, February 22 from 5-7 p.m. at the Rockland Center Banquet Room on the Owings Mills campus. Pizza and refreshments will be provided.

Why study at Stevenson?

  • Cost Saving: Up to six graduate courses can be taken at the undergraduate tuition rate (18 credits maximum)
  • Time Saving: Both degrees can be completed in a shorter time frame. Up to two graduate courses can count towards both the bachelor’s and master’s degrees (6 credits maximum)
  • Accessible: Graduate courses are offered in evening on-campus and online formats.

Students can register for the BS to MS Information Session by clicking this link.

Questions? Please feel free to contact Tonia Cristino at tcristino@stevenson.edu or 443-352-4058.

Junior Sarah Cullison (left in the photo) is continuing to work at Stevenson University under the mentorship of Alison Cuomo, the web portal administrator. In addition to helping to keep the portal up to date with Stevenson's latest news, Sarah is learning how to write code for those instances where it's needed. Sarah's attention to detail and her organizational skills have been a tremendous asset to her site supervisor.

Congratulations to the 52 Business Communication students who have secured internships this spring. Take a look at who and where they are!

Faculty in the Halls mentors and Business Communication faculty members Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, dished out some delicious birthday cupcakes to the residents in Western Run Hall as their inaugural spring offering. The cupcakes, a tradition among the Faculty in the Halls mentors, are served up on the last Monday of the month in celebration of those who have birthdays that month, though all partake in the treats!
 
 
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