To Arms: The Western Front, 1914-1918

January 28, 2015 by | Events

Phi Alpha Theta and Leatherby Libraries are please to host a symposium on World War I to celebrate the opening of the student-curated exhibit “To Arms: The Western Front, 1914-1918,” on Wednesday, February 11, 2015, 7 – 8:30 p.m. in Argyros Forum 201. Students will present actual World War I artifacts, such as letters, grenades,

CRASsH Workshop: Building an Online Presence for Academics, February 10

January 27, 2015 by | News

Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences bring to you a CRASsH workshop with Dr. Niklas Myhr (Ph.D. Argyros School of Business), Building an Online Presence for Academics, on Tuesday, February 10, 2015, 12-1 p.m. in the Laura Scudder Conference Room, RO 127. Dr. Niklas Myhr, Google’s #1 ranked “Social Media Professor” will explain the benefits

The City of Bell Scandal Revisited: Feb. 19

January 26, 2015 by | News

The City of Bell scandal is the largest local government scandal in the history of the state of California. The scandal raised critical questions about local government finances, law, citizen engagement, and media coverage. The lessons of the Bell scandal need to be understood by all if similar scandals are to be prevented. Join us

John Fowles Literary Series announces spring 2015 author readings

January 26, 2015 by | Events

The spring 2015 version of Chapman University’s John Fowles Literary Series, presented by the John Fowles Center for Creative Writing in Wilkinson College for the Humanities and Social Sciences, will focus on three noted authors from Bosnia and Herzegovina — Ajla Terzic and Kenan Trebincevic — as well as on internationally acclaimed writers Dacia Maraini

BURN Workshop: February 5

January 26, 2015 by | Events

On Thursday, February 5, 2015, you are invited to attend a BURN workshop titled, Opportunities for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity with Dr. Anna Leahy, 12-1 p.m. in Argyros Forum 209A.  There are a large and diverse range of opportunities to support your burgeoning research profile. This session will explore what is on offer from

Peking Opera with Madame Ping Sun, Feb. 5

January 20, 2015 by | Events

Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences presents, Peking Opera – the Quintessential Chinese Art of Singing, Dancing and Martial Art with guest performer, Madame Ping Sun, on Thursday, February 5, 2015 in Memorial Hall, 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. Mrs. Ping Sun is Director of Center of National Drama Studies of Renmin University of

Research-Based Strategies to Refresh and Enhance College Teaching, Jan. 23

January 13, 2015 by | News

There are only a few spots left at the 2nd Annual Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning Faculty Workshop on Friday, January 23, 2015, “Research-Based Strategies to Refresh and Enhance College Teaching” – in Argyros Forum, 209 A, starting at 8:30 a.m. This day of workshops and conversation with colleagues is sponsored by the

INTERSTICES: The In-betweeness of Ethics Feb. 25, 2015

January 8, 2015 by | News

Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences is hosting INTERSTICES: The In-betweeness of Ethics, a one-night interactive forum allowing practical and personal engagement with ethics on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 in Beckman Hall 404 at 4 p.m. The Interstices series is a set of themed events and discussions that examine the cross-sections or rather “intersection”

Interning for a Congressional Campaign

January 7, 2015 by | POSC/Peace

My name is Brad Joyner, I am a sophomore Political Science major and this semester I was given the opportunity to work for the Campaign to Re-elect Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez. I found out about the position through an email blast from the Political Science department during finals week last May. As a freshman with absolutely no

NCA Conference Invigorates COM Faculty

December 18, 2014 by | Comm

Dr. Jennifer Waldeck, associate professor of communication studies recently attended the Centennial National Communication Association (NCA) conference  in Chicago with a number of her department colleagues.  At the conference, she presented two papers, including one coauthored with Jennifer Bevan, associate professor of communication studies, which was designated the “top panel” in the Communication Centers Studies