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Andrew Gepert headshotCongratulations to 2012 graduate Andrew Gepert in his new role at ThreatQuotient. Previously an event planner for two years, he was responsible for planning tradeshow exhibition and activities for several thousand, in addition to organizing formal dinners. In his recent promotion, his responsibilities include building the company’s ecosystem and partner influences. His new role directly supports the company's partners by creating programs, assets and resources that enable go-to product strategies and create synergies in the market. He enjoys the direct contribution to business, the hands-on approach in this people-facing position and the continued ability to hone his craft talents and career.

RoundtableNow that the Department of Communication Programs has added Communication Studies as a second major to its roster, the department is expanding extracurricular opportunities for our majors, minors, and interested persons from the general student body to come and apply their communication skills to real-world contexts and activities. The Communication Roundtable provides students with a space in which to discuss socio-cultural issues through a communication lens, develop leadership skills, pursue scholarship endeavors, and gain competencies in the practice of communication with diverse others. 

Come and be a part of the inaugural experience as we launch this new club on Friday, February 12, 2021 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.  Join us at the link below. 

Dan Williams SBCongratulations to comm alum and former SU quarterback Dan Williams, as he returns to the Super Bowl in his role as Special Assistant to the Head Coach of the Kansas City Chiefs! Wishing Dan and his team well in this year's exciting match up!
Kylie HandlerComm alum, Kylie Handler, is taking what she learned from her time working on The Villager, the student-run newspaper at SU, and will be managing, writing and editing three separate publications in her new role as senior writer. Kylie started out at NewMarket Group working in their “bullpen” as a News Editor, ghost writing for a naturopathic doctor.  Her primary focus will be writing articles that focus on finding cures for some of the biggest health conditions affecting seniors. Congratulations, Kylie!

PArsons School of Design, NYCCongratulations to Emma Rose Adams, a 2019 Stevenson University Business Communication graduate, who has made New York City her new home as she begins in-person Masters classes at the Parsons School of Design, working towards an MPS degree in fashion management. Emma has utilized her four years on SU's NCAA field hockey team as well as the advice of her professors to continue her work remotely for T. Rowe Price from her apartment in Kips Bay near Park Avenue and the fashion district. Emma says she is realizing her dream come true, one that SU helped come alive. Best wishes for this new venture, Emma!

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