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SU BizComm ran into alum Lynn Aaron Nichols (on the left in the photo) who was thrilled with her new job at Eventi Planning, where she interned in the fall of 2013 under the mentorship of owner Diana Venditto, the senior planner and designer, also in the photo. Eventi Planning is a full-service event planning firm specializing in weddings, rehearsal dinners, and other large events. Lynn Aaron has already started to develop her own client base and is realizing her dream as an event planner. Congratulations!!


Congratulations to the BizComm graduates of the class of December 2014. They were regal in their academic garb as most of them posed for a traditional photo with their faculty members. Top row, Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus, Dr. Deric Greene, Professor Chrstine Noya, and Dr. Heather Harris. Middle row, Morgan Mathis, Samantha Perillo, Ashley Bukeavich, Aja Myles and department chair Chip Rouse. Front, Kiera Reed, Alyssa Yuan, Angelina Lewis and Professor Stephanie Verni.  Below, gradaute Jeremy Johnson stops for a photo with his family, and there's a shot of Alyssa Yuan as she recieves the Dean's Award for Exceptional Scholarship, presented by President Kevin J. Manning.

Thanks to our talented BizComm volunteers, the little ones who attended the alumni "Breakfast with Santa" on Saturday, Dec. 13, enjoyed a morning of games and fabulous face painting! It was an early Saturday for the volunteers, who showed up to help out BizComm alum Katie Peterson Welsh, associate director of alumni relations, after being recruited by department chair Chip Rouse. The able volunteers included Courtney Johnson, Siegfried Schmidt, Zuryna Smith, Sydney Rebechi, Shane Messick and alumni board member Ashleigh Wagner, also a BizComm. So much fun for everyone!

Congratulations to BizComm alum Jayme Kekich, class of 2010, who will graduate from the Academy on Dec. 12 as a Maryland State Police officer. Jayme is shown in the photo during her senior year internship with Steve Reuss at 93.1 WPOC, Baltimore's country music station. Great job, Jayme!

Congratulations to the BizComm students in assistant professor Chris Noya's Advanced Public Speaking class this semester as they successfully navigated the Shark Tank as part of their culminating activity. Serving as  the Sharks were Robert Ellis, adjunct professor of Business Communication; Sharon Markley, vice president for public affairs and strategy; Jennifer Marin, industry specialist for the School of Design; Tim Campbell, executive vice president for financial affairs and CFO; and Alissa Harrington, instructional designer. Thanks to the Sharks for their tremendous time commitment and their terrific advice.

The four student teams presented products including VacTunes, a vacuum that could play music; Autodoc, an app for diagnosing automobile problems; QuickStang Kiosk, designed to serve up food on the go; and the No-Go Sensor, a product embedded in a car key that would prohibit the driver from starting the car under the influence of alcohol.

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