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Business Communication News

Congratulations to senior Emma Ragon, who was named "Club President of the Year" during Stevenson's annual Leadership Awards ceremony on May 6, 2016, for her work as co-president of '47 House, the communications, public relations, advertising, and marketing club. She was nominated by her co-president, Andrew ("AJ") Grimm, who worked alongside her all year in the rebranding and re-launch of the club. Together, the two brought new life and growth to the organization. Congratulations to both! (Photos from Stephanie Verni's Facebook page)

During the second annual Scholarship Luncheon on Sunday, April 17, 2016, scholarship donors and their student recipients gathered to celebrate their successes. Business Communication major Heather Lopiano, shown here, is the recipient of a scholarship for a student in the School of Design made possible through the generosity of T. Scott Pugatch, secretary of the Board of Trustees and president of Greenhill Properties, Inc. (Photo from SU Flickr)

Students on the Business Communication Relay for Life team took top honors in the "Family Feud" game that was part of the Relay for Life event held Saturday-Sunday, April 30-May 1. Playing against Phi Sigma Sigma, the winning team included (l-r) Emma Ragon, Andrew ("A.J.") Grimm, Lanie Swanhart, Lauren Novsak, Grace Clark and Corrin Harris. Congratulations! (Photo courtesy of Emma Ragon)

Congratulations to the Business Communication students and faculty who raised over $3500 for Relay for Life with their "BizComms for the Cure" team captained by senior Lanie Swanhart. The walkers gathered for a photo as the event opened on Saturday, April 30, rocking their "Olympics" theme for the event.
Senior Anthony Bunn wanted to develop his management skills during his internship, and what better way to become a manager that to learn from two of the masters? With over 50 years of restaurant experience, Terri and Menelaos Notara have made their small cafe a gourmet haven for Stevenson students and Owings Mills residents.  Anthony has learned the finer points of catering, customer service, food safety and preparation, and management.
 
 
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