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Two business communication faculty will once again serve as mentors in the "Faculty in the Halls" program at Stevenson University. Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus and professor Chip Rouse will be liaisons to the first-year residents in Western Run Hall, and they are joined by professors Romas Laskauskas (business administration) and Art Fifer (information systems), who serve Susquehanna Hall, and nursing professor Laurel Moody, who's in Patapsco Hall. Her colleague, business communication professor Christine Noya, will be taking the semester off.

The program provides a bridge between academic and residential life, helping students to understand that learning can occur anywhere.The faculty members hold weekly office hours in the residence halls and plan activities for the students to engage them in SU life. The five-year-old program has seen great success and popularity since its inception and continues to grow.

Everyone has some advice to offer students as they make their way back to university life in the fall. Here are some hints that might make this year the most successful one yet! Business Insider has collected some interesting and valuable recommendations....

More valuable advice from our successful Business Communication alums....

Jen Antonelli, BizComm alum and member of Stevenson's admissions team, has finished her 49-day 4K run for cancer across the United States. She posted a photo of the entire Baltimore team high atop Baltimore's Federal Hill and wrote a final post:

Day 49: What a day. What a team. What a summer. We did it! After 49 long, hot, and hilly days, our team made it to Baltimore. I can't put into words how incredibly thankful I am for this summer and this team. I wouldn't have wanted to spend it any other way.

The Business Communication department salutes Jen for her determination and charitable heart. Congratulations, Jen, for completing the journey for cancer research and awareness. (Photo from Jen's Facebook page)

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