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Business Communication News

The department of Business Communication and Dynamic PR invite you to the movie screening of "Home for the Holidays."

Several BizComm students helped their teams get into the playoffs as mid-November approached.

The women's soccer team beat nationally #1-ranked Messiah College in penalty kicks to win their first Commonwealth Conference Championship and advance into the program's fourth NCAA Division III tournament. Sophomore Jess Demko and freshmen Sarah Cullison and Lauren Spivey helped the soccer team advance.

 

The women's volleyball team also won the Commonwealth Conference Championship against Messiah College for their third MAC championship. The team also advanced into the NCAA Division III tournament for the fourth time. Senior Sam Perillo led the team with 37 digs in the championship, and sophomore Kristen Brooks and freshman Lauren Weaver also starred during the win.

 

Freshman BizComm Abby Provost and the women's field hockey team advanced to the ECAC's for the first time as well.

Congratulations to all of the BizComm athletes and their teams!

(Photos from gomustangsports.com)

The BizComm First-Year Seminar once again took home an award for their work during the 2014 LEGO Challenge. Their reconstruction of Fort McHenry under siege during the Battle of Baltimore was nothing short of amazing, and the fact that Baltimore is celebrating the 200th anniversary of the important battle was certainly timely and appropriate. As Francis Scott Key sat in a truce ship in the Baltimore Harbor, he saw "the bombs bursting in air" and was moved to write the lyrics that eventally became The Star Spangled Banner when, at dawn, he saw the American flag still flying high above the Fort. The students connected everything that happened in the battle with the three elements of Career Architecture: Personal Direction, Discipline Expertise, and Professional Know-How. Congratulations to the third-place winners!

Prepare to be impressed with the internship presentations by the BizComm department's fall interns on Tuesday, Nov. 18, in the Rockland Banquet Room from 4-6 p.m. All Business Communication majors must attend one of these poster sessions before enrolling in an internship, so this semester is a good time to stop by and chat with the students who are eager to talk about their experiences. All are invited to attend.

The Shapiro/Rouse lecture in Business Communication will follow at 7 p.m., when communication expert Sandy Hillman joins us for the evening.

In the photo, on the far right, senior Kristen Baione talks with Nicolette Stoner about her internship at the Baltimore Business Journal while Sheldon Pearce stands nearby during the 2013 presentations.

The Business Communication department warmly congratulates Art and Visual Communication Design chair Amanda Hostalka as she steps in to fill the interim dean position left by the retirement of School of Design dean Keith Kutch. Professor Hostalka has served as chair of the Art and Visual Communication Design department since 2009, and came to Stevenson University in 1998. Welcome and best wishes!

(Photo from SU Flickr)

 
 
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