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Communication News

Homecoming Day 2016 -- Saturday, October 22 -- was a blustery and bright day, perfect for welcoming back Business Communication alums and greeting current parents and students as well. The traditional nachos and cheese was the snack of the day, as faculty in the School of Design pitched in to help. A victory in the afternoon football game capped off the day! (Special thanks to Chris Reed for some of the photos in the collage)

Business Communication majors turned out in force for the first-ever Affinity Reception for the School of Design, held in the Manning Center on the Owings Mills North campus, on Thursday, Oct. 20. We were thrilled to see so many familiar faces, including Ashleigh Wagner Fiorino, Samantha Perillo, Lanie Swanhart, Megan McSwain, Megan Donahue, Will Comotto, Matt Perry, Nick Mamakos, Brandon Scott, Clifton Jones, Liz Brooks, Stephanie Sufcynski, Katie Ballance (unofficial alum), Tonia Cristino, Andy Gepert, Katie Foster and Annie McCoach. They were joined by current students Emma Ragon, Kylie Handler, Julia Cooke, Heather Lopiano and our friend Ellie Verni. The BizComm faculty thoroughly enjoyed the event!

Senior Justin Elam's interest in marketing led him to an internship at Crown Trophy under the direction of Business Communication Advisory Board member Brian Litofsky. Justin has been learning the service-oriented method of marketing with a personal touch under his mentor. Outreach and other proactive methods of marketing have become second nature to Justin as he gets used to this very hands-on internship located in Stevenson's Crondall Lane neighborhood.

Business Communication senior Katlyn Lamp (center, in photo) loves her internship at Sagamore Farm. Working under the mentorship of Jocelyn Brooks and Hunter Rankin, Katlyn combines her new media experience with the team at Maroon PR, who manage the racing farm's social media.

From the website: "Founded in 1925, Sagamore Farm was developed into a world renowned racing and breeding operation by Alfred G. Vanderbilt, Jr. from 1933 – 1986. In 2007, Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank, a Maryland native, purchased the 530-acre farm, where today, it has 40 horses in training – 13 of which are currently racing." Katlyn's job in media,  marketing and events has provided her with a wealth of experience.

Business Communication senior Julia Cooke (left) is enjoying her internship at Adashmore Creative in Timonium. An integrated marketing firm, the company's mission "is to elevate brands with fresh perspective... and develop lasting partnerships that drive results." Julia's background in market research has helped her fit into the firm's culture, since she understands the importance of brand strategy and management. Here, she is seen with Jennifer Dodson, the company's Chief Creative Officer, who has been her mentor this semester.
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