The department of Business Communication was ready for student visitors and their families during the final Admission Open House of the semester. Though the infamous Candy Bar treats had waned, the department was nevertheless ready to present guests with some sweet souvenirs of their visit. Freshman Lauren Novsak was on hand to help out the faculty for the event.
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Journalist Allison Girvin visited via FaceTime with assistant professor Meggen Marx's New Media Communication class on April 21. Girvin is now a unit chief at NBC News, but has had stints at the Huffington Post, Bloomberg News and ABC News. She answered questions about the world of digital journalism, reporting, citizen journalism, and ethics in the media. Girvin, a graduate of Columbia University, has successfully transitioned between network and digital journalism during her career.
Twenty-five students in the Business Communication major were inducted into Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges on April 15, 2016, in a ceremony held in the Inscape Theatre on the Greenspring campus. Congratulations to all of them!
The students were recognized for their service and their scholarship at Stevenson. They included (l-r in the photo) Shannon Burt, Jackie Cooper, Julia Cooke, Courtney Parto, Kaitlin Kirkwood, Brooke Clariday, Adrianna Kamosa, Elizabeth Kamosa, Mackenzie Wieder, Erin Schapiro, Emily Rosenthal, Eddie Bennett, Emma Ragon, and Andrew Grimm. Not in the photo or inducted earlier: Kristen Brooks, Alexis Cohen, Kimberly Hahr, Megan Hardesty, Corrin Harris, Rachel Haywood, Lauren Kiper, Katlyn Lamp, Heather Lopiano, Kevin McDonough and Chloe Redmond.
Author and professor Stephanie Verni (center) of the Business Communication department spoke with an interested group of students in conjunction with a Faculty in the Halls program on Monday, April 18, about her experiences as a writer and self-published author. She was invited by Western Run's faculty mentors, Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, and the talk drew a wide assortment of faculty, staff and students. Professor Verni offered some great advice about the path to publishing to the interested would-be authors.