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Business Communication News

Stevenson's Open House on Saturday, Nov. 22, was considered the university's largest Open House ever, and the BizComm session was no exception! It was standing room only as students Courtney Hastings, Lanie Swanhart and Mollie Meeder joined BizComm faculty Chip Rouse and Stephanie Verni to talk about the academic side of life at Stevenson. The students were poised, their comments thoughtful, and their enthusiasm for all things BizComm visible. All in all, the day was a terrific success! (Photo by Lanie Swanhart)

Kendall Hunt Publishers is preparing to gear up their publicity for the new event planning text that three members of the Business Communication department at Stevenson University are writing.

At this year's National Communication Association convention, Kendall Hunt's standard includes, among others, a mock-up of the cover of "Event Planning: Communication Theory and Practice," co-authored by Leeanne Bell McManus, Chip Rouse, and Stephanie Verni.

The 15 Business Communication juniors and seniors who are in an internship this semester starred in the latest poster presentation session on Tuesday, Nov. 18 in the Rockland Banquet Room. They spoke to guests including current students, faculty and staff members, including the rock stars of the Admissions team, who showed up in force to support the interns! Thank you to all who attended.

Member of the Business Communication First-Year Seminar class treveled to Philadelphia earlier in the semester, and at the end of the term, they presented slides and videos about their work, reflecting on the experiential learning and the things they observed. What a great job they did!

The Business Communication faculty got together on Tuesday, Nov. 18. to attend the internship poster session of the students in the major and to enjoy the annual Shapiro/Rouse lecture that evening during which communications and public relations expert Sandy Hillman spoke. They took a moment out to update their group photo: from left to right, Christine Noya, Stephanie Verni, Chip Rouse, Leeanne Bell McManus, Heather Harris and D. M. Greene.

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