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Communication News

Stevenson's University Advancement team focused on communication issues at their 2105 retreat, under the guidance of Business Communication department chair Chip Rouse. The University Advancement team looked at issues of verbal and non-verbal communication, honed their listening skills, and collaborated to examine their communication strengths and weaknesses during the retreat on July 2, 2015. The group finished the day with celebration, lunch and recreational activities.

The Business Communication faculty and several "OWLs" (Orientation and Welcome Leaders) from the department welcomed the new first-year students of the class of 2019 on Tuesday, June 30. The students received an orientation to university life, met friends in the department, and built their fall schedules.

Their Facebook page is already busy with questions to Admissions and lots of helpful information from the student workers. Thanks to all those who helped make the day a success, especially Dr. Heather Harris, Dr. Deric Greene, Ms. Christine Noya, and student OWLS Will Comotto, Annie McCoach, Shane Messick and Kaitlin Kirkwood. It was a thrilling morning!

Congratulations to all the OWLS (Orientation and Welcome Leaders) who are stunningly enthusiastic and full of fun dring this year's Mustang Days, but a special kudos goes out to the four Business Communication majors who serve as OWLs this year. In the photo (with arrows) from left to right are Shane Messick, Kaitlin Kirkwood, Will Comotto and Annie McCoach. They have been assisting faculty, staff and students with a number of orientation activities. (Photo from SU Portal)

A hearty congratulations to Bridget Forney Deise, SU Business Communication graduate (class of 2008)  and award recipient of the 2015 Daily Record's "20 in their 20s." Bridget is currently the Public Relations Manager at Roland Park Place, a full-service, accredited nonprofit continuing care retirement community in Baltimore.

The Daily Record created this award "to recognize young professionals whose creativity and entrepreneurial spirit are contributing to a new energy in Maryland. Winners were selected on the basis of their professional accomplishments, community involvement and the impact of their achievements. The program celebrates the best and brightest under 30 who may have not earned their first million but whose creativity and spirit are already making significant contributions to the state," according to the Daily Record's website. Past honorees select the new year's award recipients.

The Daily Record sees this new generation of leaders as "highly motivated, socially conscious and expert multitaskers who incorporate technology and community building into all aspects of their lives." (Photo courtesy of Bridget F. Deise)

On Saturday, July 18, from 9 a.m. until noon, Stevenson's School of Graduate and Professional Studies will hold an Open House on the Owings Mills Campus in the Rockland Center so those interested can learn more about our adult undergraduate and graduate programs and the admissions process. This would be a great time to hear more about the NEW Master's Degree in Communication Studies! Here's a link to more information about the degree: Click here.

The following services for students will be offered during this event:

  • Career Services
  • Blackboard Tutorial Session
  • Transcript evaluations to create a personalized degree planning chart for you
  • Course Registration
  • Meet with Program Coordinators and faculty
  • Meet with Admissions staff
Contact Amanda Courter acourter@stevenson.edu 443-352-4243 for more information.
 
 
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