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Communication News

Ryan Patrick

Sophomore Business Communication major and member of SU's ice hockey team Ryan Patrick has stepped up to offer some cogent advice for those who feel socially isolated. He relies on his communication courses to help him create some virtual experiences that speak to one's passion, interests, and academic pursuits. Listen to this Morgantown, W.V., native suggest some ways to stay connected while apart as part of the #OneStevenson campaign.

Jemari's video

Business Communication major Jemari Hardy (class of 2022) has created a terrific shout out about the need for clear communication in these challenging times. Her video includes a lot of positive energy and a large dose of gratitude to her faculty and academic advisors who continue to watch over her from afar. Congratulations for your enthusiasm and commitment to the #OneStevenson campaign, Jemari! Listen to Jemari here.

Despite being far away from campus and from each other, The Villager's editorial staff continues to meet twice weekly in order to keep the news coming to the Stevenson community. On April 7, they posed for their annual staff photograph -- only this semester, it was a BlueJeans screen capture! Kudos to the students for thinking outside the box and relying on each other in their editing roles.

The Villager staff, Spring 2020

YouTube video of Mark SalernoBusiness Communication alum Mark Salerno ('13), a solutions architect at Integrated Control Corp, is the featured speaker on a video most appropriate for these days of COVID-19 challenges. An automated hand-washing reminder with a variety of reminder messages seems a no-brainer to help brands maintain their standards through handwashing. Click here for the whole video!

Nicely done, Mark!

Three Business Communication alumsThe department of Communication at Stevenson University is thrilled to learn from LinkedIn how well our alums are succeeding in the world of business. Three of our Business Communication alumnae have recently been promoted, and we wanted to take a minute to recognize their success.

Sydnie Marshall, class of 2016, serves now as the Senior Special events Coordinator at the Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine. Prior to December, 2019, she served as an Events Coordinator there.

Megan O'Shea, class of 2012, recently received her licensure and went from LGPC to LCPC and is now the Primary Therapist at the Maryland Addictions Recovery Center. Megan received her M.S. degree in mental health counseling from Johns Hopkins University three years ago. 

Julie Mastroianni Cioka, class of 2011, was recently promoted from Marketing Coordinator to Global Programs Project Coordinator at Ciena, a networking systems, services and software company.

Congratulations to these fabulous alums, who, though they have pursued very different careers, each relies on problem solving and communication skills.

(Photos from LinkedIn)

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