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When asked by members of M.I.L.E. (Stevenson's Male Initiative Leadership and Excellence program) to help out at their cookout in the Quad on Saturday night, Oct. 15, three members of the Business Communication faculty happily agreed. Stephanie Verni, Chris Noya and Chip Rouse took time out from flipping burgers and handing out hotdogs to strike a pose with the M.I.L.E. members who invited them to help: Jarret Bragg and Eddie Bennett. The evening was filled with good food, music, and lots of conversation throughout the event. (Thanks to Stephanie Verni for the photo)

All Business Communication majors MUST see their academic advisor before preregistration begins. Make an appointment now and check in with your advisor -- and make sure you get "checked off" in Web Express before your window opens to register!

All of the Business Communication advisors have offices located in the south end of the new Manning Academic Center on Owings Mills North.

Congratulations and welcome back to the region to BizComm alum Tara Shishmanian, who has accepted a job as a meetings project manager at Paralyzed Veterans of America in Washington, D.C. Tara left her position as the coordinator of volunteers at the St. Bernard Project in New Orleans to travel back to the Metro area. The Paralyzed Veterans of America is a congressionally chartered veterans service organization founded in 1946 that advocates on behalf of veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction.

Here she is during her internship at Grow & Fortify. Congratulations, Tara!

The department of Business Communication is thrilled to announce that this year's Shapiro-Rouse lecture on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016, will feature James (Jim) Dale, author, owner of RichlinDale, LLC, and former president of W.B. Doner & Co., a premier global advertising agency. Here's his bio from the RichlinDale website:

"Jim’s career has been about marketing from day one. Before forming Richlin/Dale LLC with Gar Richlin in August of 2005, from 1995 to 2005, Jim had his own marketing consultancy, working with a variety of businesses including automotive aftermarket, internet commerce and marketing, law firms, banks, magazines, telecommunications, and venture capital companies.

Prior to his marketing consultancy, Jim was in the advertising agency business, having risen from copywriter to President and CEO of W.B.Doner & Company. In the time Jim was with the company, W.B.Doner grew from a regional agency with two offices, Detroit and Baltimore, to a global agency with offices throughout the U.S. and Europe, billing over $500,000,000, representing clients such as BP, Chiquita, Klondike Ice Cream, Arby’s Restaurants, Ford, Coca-Cola, and Fila.

Jim also created an internationally distributed line of humorous greeting cards and has written or co-written several books, including The Power of Nice – Negotiating So Everyone Wins, Especially You; Tiger Woods Made Me Look Like a Genius; Palmer & Weaver – Together We Were Eleven Foot Nine; Bullies, Tyrants, and Impossible People; The Obvious – All You Need to Know in Business. Period.; Alpha Docs – The Making of a Johns Hopkins Cardiologist; Illegal Procedure – A Sports Agent Comes Clean About the Dirty Business of College and Pro Football."

Please join us on Nov. 15 for this exciting (and free) lecture at 7 p.m. in the Rockland Banquet Room.

Senior Business Communication major Taylor Cunha (left) is getting the experience of her lifetime interning under the CEO of Route One Apparel, Ali Von Paris. Taylor is working primarily in social media marketing for the five-year-old company that is "an e-commerce platform that specializes in making trendy, affordable state pride apparel and accessories." In five years the company has launched nearly 700 products, with a goal of releasing at least 15 new designs a month. Taylor's exciting work includes everything from social media to customer service to brainstorming for new products.
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