Laura Silva

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Latinx and Latin American Studies Students Shine Spotlight on Hispanic and Latin American Cultures

September 24, 2020 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Each year National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15 nationwide to honor Hispanic and Latin American cultures and society. “National Hispanic Heritage Month, as a student and Latino/x means pride. Pride from where my family is from, México, and from where others, my extended family and friends (or both) are

Wilkinson Students Sit Down With Chapman Alumnus Discuss Internships and Career Paths

November 8, 2019 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Wilkinson College led a group of students on an excursion to the Richard Nixon Library and Museum as part of Chapman’s Career Services Program. The group, guided by Wilkinson Career Advisor Erin Berthon, spent their time exploring and learning all about the former president and potential careers in museum work. The Richard Nixon Presidential Library

Chapman Prepares Wilkinson Student for a Future in Writing Narrative Magazine to Publish Fellowship Recipient's Work

October 28, 2019 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Not one, not two, but three! Tryphena Yeboah (MFA ’21) recently learned that THREE of her stories were accepted for publication in the winter issue of Narrative Magazine. Yeboah is one of the 2019-21 MFA fellows and is an international student from Ghana. “I am really excited,” said Yeboah. The Creative Writing Major is one

Interterm and Spring 2020 Interdisciplinary Minor Courses Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

October 25, 2019 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

On Monday, November 4, 2019 you can start to register for 2020 Interterm and 2020 Spring classes. Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences offers an abundance of Interdisciplinary Minor Courses, such as Disability Studies, Image Text Interface with Creative Writing Focus and more. Take a look at the list we created below to

La Frontera – The Border Conference Student Day Over 80 Students Will Present

October 23, 2019 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Eighty-eight students will present their creative and/or research work, most of whom are in Wilkinson College, on Saturday, November 16  as part of the Border Conference and will conclude the semester-long exploration dedicated to issues and topics around the border. “I love thinking that these young students will get to be part of a rich,

Fall Mock Interview Schedule for October 30 and November 5 For Wilkinson Majors

October 22, 2019 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Come practice your interview skills in a low-risk, fun, seed-dating style environment and get instant, honest feedback from alumni and employers on Wednesday, October 30 (10-4 p.m.) and Tuesday, November 5 (10-4 p.m.) The professional interview practice will be held in private interview rooms at Chapman’s Career and Professional Development Office. Simply come for as

Graduate Workshops to Better Prepare Yourself after Graduation Undergrads Welcomed!

October 17, 2019 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Each semester Wilkinson College offers a variety of workshops for graduate students on topics related to academic, personal, and career development. Graduate Students may register for this 0 credit P/NP class through Course number is GUS 530. Here’s a list of workshops coming up. All workshops will be in Roosevelt hall 121, Laura Scudder Conference Room.

WWII Thriller “Peace” to Premiere at Austin Film Festival Based on a Richard Bausch Novel

October 16, 2019 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

The action-thriller film “Peace” – based on the same name novel by Chapman University English Professor Richard Bausch (critically acclaimed New York Times best seller), made its World Premiere at the Austin Film Festival on Saturday, October 26. The film, based on a true event, stars actors Alexander Ludwig (Hunger Games) and Sam Keeley (Burnt)

Debunking the Myth The National Surveys Don't Lie

October 9, 2019 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

We’ve all heard it before. “There are no jobs for Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences majors” Well, according to Survey results from the Association of American Colleges and Universities, in collaboration with Hart Research Associates, that way of thinking is, to put it bluntly, wrong. Graduates who majored in the arts, philosophy, religion, literature, history,

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