Senior Jessie Keech’s love of music and interest in the recording industry led her to an internship at Run for Cover Records, an indie-rock record label in Boston, Massachusetts, founded by Jeff Casazza in 2004. Current and past artists include Basement, Tigers Jaw, Citizen, Modern Baseball, Title Fight, Pity Sex and more. Jessie is learning as much as she can about the recording industry under the mentorship of Dane McGoldrick.
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Senior Anthony Arcell (on the right in the photo) is interning at Stevenson University under the mentorship of Jason Eichelberger, the Sports Information Director. Anthony has special jobs during each sport’s game day activities, including collecting statistics for and preparing game-day programs for each sport. He’s often on the sidelines of games helping to ensure that each competition proceeds smoothly.
Congratulations to three of the Business Communication faculty awarded at the annual Faculty Recognition Dinner on April 21, 2015. Dr. Heather Harris won the prestigious Rose Dawson Excellence in Teaching Award, making her the third BizComm faculty member through the years to be so honored, along with Chip Rouse and Robert Ellis. Stephanie Verni and Chip Rouse were awarded faculty research grants to accompany their research into event planning in preparation for the publication of a textbook along with Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus. It was a night of celebration and pride for the department! (Photo courtesy of Stephanie Verni)
Senior Trey Durham (center) has been working on a management internship with Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Owings Mills. Under the supervision of branch manager Stephen Deutsch (right), Trey has been strengthening his customer service skills and learning the rental car business from the ground up. Trey has found his interpersonal communication skills to be of great value in this specialized internship. Here he is seen with his supervisor and another co-worker.
The new Business Communication inductees to Lambda Pi Eta (LPH) enjoyed a welcoming ceremony on Saturday, April 18, 2015, with their faculty, families and friends in the St. Paul Companies Pavilion.
The interim dean of the School of Design, Amanda Hostalka, greeted and congratulated them, and the organization's moderator, Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus, introduced the outgoing officers: Nicolette Stoner, Courtney Hastings, Frankie Reynolds and Taylor Festerman. Keynote speaker Dr. Omowale Elson spoke about their achievements, and after the group paused for a wildly successful photo shoot amid the tulips, the officers, departmental faculty and guest departed for a celebratory dinner.
In the photos below, four roommates gathered for a photo together, and Conrad Ellis, who couldn't attend the ceremony because he was playing in an SU tennis match, caught up afterwards with his parents who had accepted his certificate and honor cords for him.
In the final photo, the entire group, including the retiring officers and Dr. Bell McManus, smile for the camera.