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Communication News

Many first-year residents joined their Faculty in the Halls mentors Laurel Moody, Chip Rouse, and Leeanne Bell McManus on April 1 for a visit to Light City Baltimore in the Inner Harbor. This extravaganza of light and sound drew crowds to the harbor, and the Stevenson visitors were met by several Business Communication majors who escorted the first-year students on a tour through the show. The entire evening was made possible through the efforts of Stevenson's Office of Public Affairs and Strategy and the organization of Sharon Markley, the VP of that office. Despite the stormy weather, all agreed that the night was spectacular, and the gift of the neon t-shirts made the trip that much brighter!

Strategic Factory's HR team is off to an outstanding start supporting the department of Business Communication's two Business and Professional Communication classes this semester with "real-world advice" on the job application process. Two representatives spoke with Professor Bob Ellis' class on April 6 and two more shared their perspectives on April 7.  The representatives will also be back at the end of the term to help with the classes' end-of-semester mock interviews. Student reaction has been enthusiastic, as the photograph shows! (Photo courtesy of Bob Ellis)

Senior Ashley Mil (left) has enjoyed her internship with Atsuko Biars as her mentor, working with the Baltimore -Kawasaki Sister City program. Ashley’s work was tied into the Light City Baltimore exhibition in which the Baltimore-Kawasaki Sister City committee participated under the sponsorship of Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts. Atsuko Biars also serves as Stevenson’s director of visual communication in the office of marketing and digital communication.
Senior Jasmine Moses (left) has made herself at home at Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills. Under the direction of Kathy Pugh, a producer at the station, Jasmine has had a variety of projects, including writing the script for a video that the human resources office at MPT is putting together. Here, Jasmine and her supervisor pose on the set of the Concert for the Chesapeake sponsored by MPT.
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