In May 2014, Communication Major, Jeff Cooper (double minor in English and Sociology) graduated from Chapman University and recently sent Communication Studies Professor, Nicholas Leighton, an email to tell him how he was doing. Check out what he had to say and how Chapman has prepared him for his current position. I am working as
Tabula Poetica’s Annual Poetry Reading Series continues on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 with poet Lorene Delany-Ullman. Delany-Ullman’s talk will begin at 1:30 p.m. in the Wilkinson Chapel, Fish Interfaith Center, followed by a poetry reading at 4 p.m. in the Henley Reading Room. About the author: Lorene Delany-Ullman’s book of prose poems, Camouflage for the
I am pleased to announce that I was recently one of 12 Los Angeles area artists to be awarded a fellowship from the Investing in Artists program through the Center for Cultural Innovation*. I received this fellowship to purchase a large-scale professional printer, to support and continue my social justice art project titled “(en)Gendered (in)Equity: The
Attention Faculty! Join us on Wednesday, October 29 at 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. for a CRASsH Workshop titled, “Publishing in Academic Journals” — with Michelle Miller-Day, PhD, Department of Communication Studies in the Laura Scudder Conference Room, Roosevelt 127. In this workshop, Dr. Miller-Day will share her personal experience writing and publishing for various and
The John Fowles Center presents documentary film maker, IIona Ziok on Monday, November 3, 2014 at 7 p.m. in Argyros Forum, 209 C. This event is free and open to the public. About Ziok … Ilona Ziok’s family emigrated from Poland in 1968 to Britain, where she continued her education. Between 1975-1977, she studied theater
Through a complex series of analyses, we were able to determine what types of people tend to fear certain things (crime vs. natural disasters vs. the government, etc.) and what personal characteristics tend to be associated with the most types of fear.
In our survey we asked a random sample of Americans about fears, of natural disasters. We then asked whether they had taken recommended preparedness steps such as assembling an emergency kit. Despite widespread fear, the vast majority of those surveyed do not have emergency kits—even in regions hardest hit by natural disasters.
In our survey we asked a random sample of Americans about dozens of concerns and fears across four major domains …
Despite evidence to the contrary, Americans do not feel like the United States is becoming a safer place. We asked a random sample of Americans how they think the prevalence of several crimes today, compare to twenty years ago.
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Andrea Molle, started working as a consultant for the Italian MoD (Ministry of Defense); specifically within the CeMiSS (Military Center for Strategic Studies – the Italian Version of DARPA), along with a BURN fellow, Political Science major Robert Roussel (Political Science and Psychology, ’15). Professor Molle and Roussel will research — “Operational” Pooling &