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Megan Ann DaiseStevenson athletics is celebrating the 25th anniversary of NCAA athletics at the institution, which began at Villa Julie College in the 1994-95 academic year, according to gomustangsports.com. The women's lacrosse 25th anniversary team includes three Business Communication alums. Their photos are from gomustangsports archives during their years of play at VJC/Stevenson:

Jaime Hershner ElwoodMegan Weiss Daise '11
Jaime Hershner Elwood '01
Lauren Zegowitz Howard '10
 

In order to be eligible for the 25th Anniversary teams, former student-athletes must have used up their eligibility prior to 2018-19, have graduated from Villa Julie College/Stevenson University, and left their program and the institution in good standing. Lauren ZegowitzA maximum of 25 former student-athletes will be honored in each sport.

Congratulations to the inaugural members of the women's lacrosse anniversary team!

NonprofitsIt's not too surprising to see how many Business Communication majors are currently working in the nonprofit sector after graduation. The benefits of such a job are many, including trust in the leadership of the organization, the feeling of being valued,  treatment like a person with worth and ability, and the chance to be creative while wearing a variety of hats. Let's take a look at a few of the nonprofits where our grads are working.

Lauren Humphries - LUNGevity Foundation, community engagement
Lauren Novsak - Business Volunteers Maryland, nonprofit service coordinator
Rachel Guzman Ricketts-Uy - American Heart Association, director of development, Heart Walk
Samantha Hauf Vehslage - Towson State University, marketing and communication
Nick Farano - Prevention of Blindness Society, development and marketing
Alyssa Dahle - Stevenson University, communication enrollment management
Katie Peterson Welsh - Community College of Baltimore County, student life
Mimi Bory Tinkler - University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, Foundation
Michelle Larkin - Rollins College, integrated marketing
Rachel Reid - Calhoun State Community College, work-based learning
Hannah Rill Sturgill - Carroll Hospital, development and annual funds
Katie Amos Remenapp - American Heart Association, development
Maura Kovalcik Winebrenner - Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, brand marketing
Megan McSwain - Baltimore Area Heritage Association, outreach
Chrissy Fabiszak Hoffman - Community College of Baltimore County, office of the campus director
Lori Elgert Fabiano - St. Agnes Hospital, human resources
Emily Rosenthal Alster - St. John Catholic Parish and School, communications

 

Emma Adams head shotCongratulations to Business Communication grad Emma Rose Adams, class of 2020, who just accepted a job at T. Rowe Price at the company's Owings Mills campus. She will be a Client Reporting Specialist, working remotely until the campus reopens. Emma will blend that career start with graduate courses online as well, at least until courses in New York City re-open in place. Well done, Emma!
The Bel McManus familyCommunication professor Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus and her two daughters, Elouise (left) and Isabella, were cheering for the 2020 Stevenson University graduates in the social media trailer sponsored by the university. The young girls, complete with cheer uniforms and pom poms, celebrated the upcoming online virtual celebration that will launch at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 21 at http://stevenson.edu/celebrate2020.
 
The Virtual Celebration of Graduates will feature messages from faculty, staff, and students; student speakers; student awards; and the conferral of degrees. Use #SU20Grad to share your photos, messages, and Mustang Pride.

You can see the whole video here.
Krystal Alexis in career videoBusiness Communication senior Krystal Alexis had a starring role in the latest Career Mentoring video from the Career Connection office. The program brings potential mentors to campus, linking them with students searching for guidance from an established professional. Students and mentors alike explained the value of the program in this video. You can see the entire video here.
 
 
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