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Communication News

The Villager staff, many of whom are Business Communication majors, took a moment to recreate a photo from 1961 sent to them by Allison Humphries, director of alumni and constituent relations, from archival material. Today's Villager staff, working within the online site, has come a long way from the news staff of The Villalog, as the newspaper was called then.

Business Communication alum Samantha Perillo (B.S. 2014, M.S. Communication Studies 2017), a former premier volleyball player for the Mustangs, has signed on as head coach Dave Trumbo's assistant coach for the women's volleyball team. Working now as a digital marketing specialist at Medifast, one of Stevenson University's neighbors, Sam is delighted to be back on the court, helping to develop the next group of Mustang superstars. In the photo, Sam is standing at far left. Welcome home, Sam!

"Resources for Horses," a part of New Student Orientation weekend, gave the first-years and other new students a chance to learn more about their new home,  academically, socially, and recreationally. Staff and faculty members volunteered to conduct sessions on Saturday afternoon, August 26. Business Communication associate professor Chip Rouse conducted two sessions in which students could ask questions about faculty expectations in the classroom. Topics covered included the syllabus, homework, attendance, grades, Blackboard, and much more. Students could choose from a variety of presentations during the afternoon, and evaluations indicated that the event was a great success!

Congratulations to Business Communication alum Chris McKneely, whose newly designed logo for Roberto Clemente Middle School is a terrific success! His first design for the Montgomery County school is featured on the school's website and emblazoned in the gymnasium in Germantown. Chris is a freelance designer and also works for the Washington Kastles as a marketing coordinator.
The department of business communication faculty members celebrated good news for assistant professor Christine Noya who was rejoicing in her completion of chemotherapy and the first step towards her healthy return to Stevenson. A surprise breakfast at Ashland Cafe, which included about a dozen of Mrs. Noya's colleagues and friends, gave the faculty members an opportunity for a photograph to remember the day!
 
 
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