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Since graduating in Spring of 2007, I have been an in Account Management role. I have become experienced with business development and a strong background in creating growth for business services companies. I am currently at Eicher Engineering Solutions which is a global product development solutions company headquartered in India with resources in China and Farmington Hills, MI. I have been with Eicher for over three years now and it has been a great experience. At Eicher, I am responsible for new client development, cultivating relationships, and building trust with my current clients for the purpose of making recommendations on critical job orders. Also, I would like to add that Dr. Jason Swedene and Dr. George Denger played a major role in my success at academically at LSSU and professionally throughout my career.

Scott Abramczyk, Account Manager, Eicher Engineering Solutions-Inc

College of Arts, Letters and Social Sciences

School of Communication Studies and the Fine & Performing Arts

Performing Arts Studies Department

Superior Festival: A performance event and colloquium
Generally hosted the second weekend in October

Themes Explored
2010 Narrating/Creating the Next Decade in Performance Studies
2009 Performing History and Historical Performances
2008 Creativity and the Creative Impulse: Envisioning and Creating Art
2007 Storytelling, Narrative and Community
2006 Directors on Directing
2005 Cultural Literacy
2004 Performance as Activism and Advocacy
2003 Performing Spirituality
2002 The Avant-garde and the 1960's
2001 Politick(ing) Performances

 

 

 

 

Senior Project...

Cheryl Baudoin Senior in Communication

LSSU senior communication major Cheryl Baudoin, director of the play, based her adaptation on Diane Gilliam Fisher's book of the same name. Kettle Bottom is a look into lives of workers and families in the coal camps of 1920-21 West Virginia with an emphasis on the miners' strike in Mingo County and the Matewan Massacre. Baudoinís adaptation of Fisher's book uses the perspective of the women and children and one lone miner to depict the harsh and sad reality of the company coal camps.

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