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Business Communication alum Emily Rosenthal has already made her mark as The Catholic Review's new staff reporter. With several articles in the January, 2018, edition, Emily has shown that her interviewing skills as well as her writing style demonstrate experience and professionalism. This article (above) on a family's love for a special child can be read online as well here.  Congratulations, Emily!

From all the faculty in the department of Business Communication, best wishes for the happiest of holidays and joy in the new year!

Congratulations to the December 2017 Business Communication graduates as well as to those affiliated with the major who received their Master's degree in Communication Studies!

Congratulations to the three Business Communication students who are featured on the inaugural "Student Stories" site on the Stevenson University website. The three -- Corrin Harris, Lauren Novsak and Bryan Corvera-Flores -- speak candidly about their extraordinary experiences on and off campus. From internships with the U.S. Naval Academy and Walt Disney World, to service opportunities in New Orleans, these three students have made the most of every possibility during their education.  Read their amazing stories here.

Congratulations to Business Communication professor Heather Harris and her research partner Dr. Kimberly Moffitt from UMBC for their insightful article showcased on in media res, a media commons project. The article, titled "She's Gotta Have It: The (Re)focusing of Nola Darling," examines the Netflix series "She's Gotta Have It" and its portrayal of Nola Darling, the protagonist. Professors Harris and Moffitt have in the past contributed a chapter to Fight the Power: The Spike Lee Reader (2009)  In media res is "dedicated to experimenting with collaborative, multi-modal forms of online scholarship," according to the website.

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