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Business Communication News

Congratulations to sophomore BizComm Edward Bennett who correctly guessed the number of Legos placed in a jar (similar to the one in the photo) in the offices of Career Services prior to the Lego Challenge. Edward's guess was just a few Legos short of the 749 total, and he won tickets to a November Ravens game for his efforts!

Way to go, Edward!

BizComm professors Dr. Heather Harris, Dr. Deric Greene, and Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus will attend the National Communication Association's 100th Annual Convention in Chicago November 19-23.

Dr. Bell McManus will be presenting "Best Practices: How to Teach Communication Ethics." She will discuss how communication ethics has changed over the past 30 years and provide instructional resources to faculty interested in teaching communication ethics.

Dr. Harris and Dr. Greene will be joining in the celebration of one of their mentors, Dr. Melbourne Cummings of Howard University for over 40 years as a scholar, professor, mentor, NCA leader, and colleague.

BizComm sophomore Jess Demko and first-year students Sarah Cullison and Lauren Spivey helped the Stevenson University women's soccer team to the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs, making it to the round of 32.

The women's volleyball team also made it to the NCAA Division III playoffs with the leadership of senior BizComm Sam Perillo. Sophomore Kristen Brooks and freshman Lauren Weaver helped the team advance as well.

The women's cross country team competed in the NCAA Mideast Regionals hosted by Dickinson College. Junior Lanie Swanhart finished behind one teammate with a time of 26:09.

Freshman Abby Provost helped the women's field hockey team to win their first ECAC Division III Mid-Atlantic Championship.

The men's football team has received its first ECAC Bowl Game bid on Saturday, November 22. Senior BizComms Chris Newkirk and Anthony Arcell, juniors JaRon Cody, Andrew Wysocki, and Jarret Bragg, sophomores Daniel Miller, Fred Terry, and Dayne Turner, and freshmen Daniel Williams, Lee Bouggess, David Miles, and Anthony Rotonda all helped the team find 2014 success.

On November 17, Western Run's Faculty in the Halls mentors Chip Rouse and Leeanne Bell McManus helped the RDs hold a Thanksgiving feast for their residents. The feast was held in the Ratcliffe Community Center.

The complete Thanksgiving meal included turkey, stuffing, rolls, corn, and gravy.

SOS Glee Club,  the Gospel Choir and singer Jon Grant all performed at The Great Western Run Thanksgiving Feast 2.0.

Photo courtesy of Western Run's Facebook page

BizComm alum Dottie Hudson Barber was inducted into the 2014 Stevenson University Hall of Fame's first class. Barber graduated in the Villa Julie class of 2000.

She was a two-sport athlete, participating in field hockey and track and field. She was a three-time NFHCA All-Academic Squad selection and was the captain of the field of the field hockey team for two years.

In her three years of indoor track, she was voted MVP each year. In 2000 she qualified for the 55 meters at the ECAC Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships. She was named the school's Most Outstanding Female Athlete and the NCAA Woman of the Year honoree. Here she is seen with Director of Athletics Brett Adams and Associate Athletic Director Paul Cantabenen.

(Photo by Sabina Moran)

 
 
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