Each year, the Principles and Practices of Public Relations class explores the professional responsibilites of practitioners and students have the opportunity to act as their own public relations firm. Students examine all aspects of Business Communication and are asked to complete a semester-long project that generates more public awareness about the major. This video was created by Amanda Childs ('13), Kristin Baione ('14), and Julia Tucker ('14) for the course, and details what our major has to offer!
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Take a look at what the Office of Career Services is offering this fall! The Business Communication department urges our majors to take advantages of these wonderful and practical opportunities.
Business Communication senior Shane Messick recently attended the Columbia Gateway Drive Talent Fair and Food Truck Roundup in Columbia, Maryland, sponsored by ADG Creative. The event was a "block party-style networking and recruiting event," according to the ADG website, that gathered local employees from the Columbia area as well as college students interested in creative careers. Stevenson University industry specialist Jennifer Marin took a photo of the attendees from Stevenson! The arrow points to Shane.
Take a look at whose byline is professionally published! Congratulations to senior Colby Giacubeno, whose interview with NBA star Terrico White, newly signed with the Phoenix Suns, was published by the SB Nation/Ridiculous Upside website. Colby's insightful questions provide some interesting comments by the rising star who hopes to make the final roster in Phoenix. Colby himself hopes to begin a career writing about sports after graduation.
Welcome home to 2015 Business Communication graduate Tara Shishmanian, who has returned from 17 days in Haiti as a part of a service mission with Angel Wings International. Participating in the Grand Install project, she was able to help install electricity, running water, cabinetry and even air conditioning in the Angel Wings International's clinic. As she returns to the States, Tara will begin a career at the St. Bernard Project in Chalmette, Louisiana, as coordinator of volunteers. We salute you, Tara!