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Business Communication News

Congratulations to the 40 Business Communication interns who successfully completed their Poster Presentations in April!

A GREAT time was had by all who attended the end-of-the-year party on Thursday, May 14, held in the grassy quad behind the School of Design building at Owings Mills north. A "big top" set the scene for the carnival-themed event, coordinated by Janine Mills and Judy Snyder of the School of Design, and featuring picnic food as well as cotton candy and funnel cake fries. The seniors in each major were honored with gifts and tributes, and the BizComms, with their faculty, gathered for one last blog photo of the year!

As part of their "Faculty in the Halls" experience, professors Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse arranged for coffee and donuts in the three first-year residence halls from 9-11 a.m. on Monday, May 11, as exam week kicked off.  In their own residence hall, Western Run, the two faculty mentors worked with Erin Smiley and Nicolette Stoner, shown in the photo, two members of Lambda Pi Eta, handing out the early morning pick-me-up. Members of Lambda Pi Eta worked with students in Dynamic PR, the public relations club, in Patapsco and Susquehanna Halls to greet the residents with the same morning welcome! Thanks to all the students who worked to make the activity a success.

Lots of BizComms were present on Wednesday, May 6, 2015, as Stevenson attempted to set a Guinness Book world record for the largest excercise ball class. Organized by Morgan Somerville and led by MC McFadden, the 32-minute class was a combination of true exercise, camaraderie, and fun. Whom do you recognize in these photos from Facebook and Flickr?

A hearty congratulations to Associate Professor Stephanie Verni, who receied a "Superstar" ribbon and honor at the final School of Design meeting for her seven long years serving on Faculty Council's  Academic Affairs Committee. Stephanie has spent countless hours vetting new courses, reading through program modifications, and helping faculty members modify course objectives so that they are clear and measurable.

Stephanie will step down from the AAC and begin to serve on the Technology Committee of Faculty Council in its place. Thank you, Stephanie, for your dedication and service above and beyond the call of duty!

 
 
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