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BizComm Alaina Peterson, who is studying abroad this semester at the National University of Ireland in Galway, writes to us of her experiences thus far:

My friend Marisa from Drexel University and I have been living in Galway for about a month now and it has already been such an amazing experience so far. NUIG is about a 20-25 minute walk from our apartment and only 6 minutes from Eyre Square!

Transitioning, as you can imagine, has been little challenging, but it gets better each day. I went from having 20 people in my classes at Stevenson to having 50-150 students in my five lecture classes I'm taking here in Ireland! Adapting to a bigger environment can be overwhelming at times but it has already helped me to overcome some of my fears, which has allowed me to become more adventurous and assertive. I have made some amazing friends so far, not to mention the fact everyone in Ireland loves Americans which makes it that much easier.

Take care, Alaina, and stay in touch!

Andrew Boyer,  BizComm 2014, writes to us:

I just wanted to say thank you for everything you have done for me over the past four years. I'm currently an admissions assistant at St. Elizabeth High School in Delaware, the same high school I graduated from! I'm also helping coach the boys soccer team at St. E's. I love every day I come into work and feel like Business Communication has prepared me for the world after college.

Hope all is well and I miss you all. I can't wait to stop by to see you. Once again, thanks!

Bizcomm stars were shining on October 1 as three of the department's finest performed in "Stevenson's Got Talent," the annual Founder's Day talent show.

Junior Ashley Mil performed a mash-up of songs with a friend and was awarded second place in the competition. The other BizComm performers were Shane Messick, who performed with three friends in a group called the "UniversiTones," and Kaitlin Kirkwood, who sang a cover of the song, "American Honey."

Congratulations to our talented students!

Photos from SU Flickr

The BizComm department is happy to welcome back four alums who will speak about their careers to the First-Year Seminar students on Tuesday, Oct. 16. Each year, the department puts together a career panel of alums and others who explain to the students what kinds of career possibilities are awaiting them.

This year, the department will welcome (in the photo, left to right, on the right side in each photo) Hayley Gable Bowerman, Bill Ritson, Dianna Punte Levin, and Brandon Scott. The photographs are from their internship experiences while they were students. They will speak about careers in journalism, advertising, event planning, and human resources. 

All BizComm students (except those immediately graduating in December) are required to attend one mandatory advising meeting prior to registration. Students must attend one of these meetings in order to be “checked off” and allowed access to WebExpress' preregistration. Only first-year students are exempt, since they will be meeting with faculty about registration in their First-Year Seminar.
These are the meeting times, though most meetings will not take an hour:
  • Monday, Oct. 13 from 11 a.m. - noon in DC 317
  • Tuesday, Oct. 14, from 6-7 p.m. in DC 307
  • Thursday, Oct. 16 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in DC 10

All students will be checked off as they enter, if they are on time for the meeting. Students should choose one of these meeting times and put it on their calendar. Remember to bring a printed out Degree Audit. 

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