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Business Communication News

Stevenson's Event Planning class put together a fun-filled Halloween party for SU faculty, staff, and friends, filled with all sorts of activities and food! Under the mentorship of faculty member Brittany Miller, the students planned and executed the event as part of their coursework in CM 265.

BizComm alum Megan Lanasa will bring her BricknFire Pizza Company truck to the Owings Mills Campus outside the gym on Sunday, Nov. 8 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. as part of a campus event. Megan's company seeks to create an original, artisan, Neapolitan-style pizza using the freshest ingredients for their customers, and won a "Shark Tank"-style competition for restaurant concepts held by the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards. Stop by the pizza truck for a slice, and say hello to Megan while you're there!

Congratulations to the Business Communication First-Year Seminar students who are ALL winners in the eyes of the department! Their terrific sculpture garden, the Beltway of Careers, included many details about some of our alumni who are working professionally in a variety of fields. Great job, team!

Senior Danish Masih never really knew the demands of professional, published writing until his internship with Jack Gilden, creator of the website Divorce Circus. Gilden, a marketing strategist and branding and messaging expert, works with Danish writing and editing articles that examine the topic of divorce from a myriad of viewpoints. Danish's writing skills are being put to the test as he researches and writes articles for the website.

On October 23, BizComm professor Heather Harris conducted an Escalation Workshop on behalf of the OneLove Foundation for Stevenson students in RISE (Reach out, Inspire, Strengthen, Empower). The workshop was designed to increase awareness of intimate partner violence among college students.
 
OneLove was founded in memory of Yeardley Love, a University of Virginia student, who was beaten to death by her boyfriend in 2010 just before her graduation.  Dr. Harris was introduced to the program through her work as a board member of the Women's Law Center of Maryland, and she is one of a number of trained Escalation facilitators on campus including BizComm assistant professor Chris Noya.
 
 
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