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Communication News

The department of Business Communication was happy to greet two alums as they returned to campus for the second "Lunch Lessons" of the semester. Caitlin Nicholas (class of 2008) and Alex Parker ('15) enjoyed dinner with some students and faculty, including Professor Christine Noya, Dr. Heather Harris, and Chip Rouse, department chair, on Wednesday, March 23. The alums talked of their experiences while students and their pathways towards their careers. Caitlin works as an HR manager and Alex works on the corporate side for the Baltimore Orioles.

Propelled by his love of sports, Eddie Bennett (right) is interning under the direction of Stevenson’s Sports Information Director, Greg Royce, in the office of athletics.  Eddie has been valuable in helping to keep rosters, schedules, and media alerts updated, and has also been writing hometown press releases about the athletes. Eddie's internship supplements the work of the department of athletics in their communication efforts.
Junior Kristen Brooks (center) is certainly enjoying her internship with Grow & Fortify in Baltimore, under the mentorship of Rebecca Dulka, the events manager, and Kevin Atticks, the founder of the organization. Grow & Fortify works with the agricultural and food production businesses and industries in Maryland.  Kristen has been working with clients, developing social media platforms, helping to plan events, and, in general, learning a great deal about wineries, breweries, and distilleries.
Senior Bradley Crumbacker has been interning with Salli Ward, who runs Wonderful Wardrobes, a collection of trunk shows for Doncaster Fashions.  From working with the company’s social media, to helping clients make clothing selections, Bradley has indulged his interest in the world of fashion through his mentor’s guidance. He has also been compiling a media kit for the company, and will be working on a presentation for professional clients.
Junior Emily Rosenthal (center) doesn't have far to travel to her internship site at Stevenson's neighbor, Gramercy Mansion, on Greenspring Valley Road. Under the able mentorship of Jennifer Sullivan (a former BizComm herself, in the photo on the left), Emily has been working on the marketing and communication side at the lovely B&B and event site. She's also spending some time at the 1840's Carrollton Inn downtown, another site owned by the Gramercy folks under the supervision of Kelsey Spriggs, another BizComm graduate (right). From event planning to communication and design, Emily has enjoyed learning about the hospitality industry.
 
 
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