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Communication News

Congratulations to Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus for the early publication of her sabbatical work in the journal Communication Education (Taylor & Francis), an important scholarly journal in the field of communication. The department of Business Communication values Dr. Bell McManus' work in the field of Communication Ethics.

Here's a photo of Shane Messick, a senior BizComm major, helping Wild Stang at the "Rock the Block" party at the Jewish Community Center in May. The day was filled lots of fun for our Owings Mills and Reisterstown neighbors, and members of the Stevenson community participated in many of the events. Thanks, Shane, for your enthusiasm! (Photo from SU Flickr account)

BizComm grad Courtney Hastings continues her job as the Mar-Del Watermelon Queen, acting as a spokeswoman for the organization. Here she is seen reading to students at Rehoboth Beach (Delaware) Elementary School, about healthy eating habits. Courtney's speaking and marketing communication skills helped her earn the competitive title. She continues through the summer in her spokeswoman duties.

BizComm grad Sean Waag has let us know he has been hired full-time at Social Toaster, where he interned this spring. A new position was created for Sean, who has talents in research, communication and design. Here he is seen on the right with his supervisor, Steve Mahaney, the vice president of social media strategy, and BizComm alum Sarah Rixham, who also interned at Social Toaster and now works there along with Sean. Congratulations, Sean!








The BizComm first-year students will be traveling to Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, for the annual First-year Seminar trip. The department annually plans a day-long outing for the group, and in the past have taken the first-year students to Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, New York, and Annapolis. This year's trip will be a first for the department and is scheduled for Sept. 25. The students will tour the area rich in history and then will complete a communication project about their experiences by the end of the semester. (Photo from

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