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Western Academy of Management, Palm Springs 2017: WHAT A WAMMY CONFERENCE!

May 18, 2017 by | Graduate & MBA

On Saturday, March 25 I was privileged through a travel grant from Chapman University to present my research at the Western Academy of Management Conference at the Hotel Renaissance resort Palm Springs CA. Western Academy of Management is an annual meeting for scholars in the field of management – representing academic research from organizational behavior, organizational

Beatshare – Share the Moment, Share the Music, Share the Beat Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship Launches Beatshare, Multimedia Messaging App

March 7, 2017 by | Argyros School News

While studying abroad on the train in Madrid, I wanted to share the amazing experiences I was having in Spain by sending snippets of music my friends and I normally listen to back in California; however I could not find an efficient way to do so. Returning to the states full of inspiration, I set out

Feature Fridays

April 8, 2016 by | Student Voice

  Kina De Santis is not just any student at Chapman University. She is a co-founder of MotorMood and a leading entrepreneur within the business school. In a quick Q&A, we answer some of your questions about starting as an entrepreneur along with tips from Kina De Santis. As an entrepreneur

US – China Student Summit

July 13, 2015 by | Student Voice

Here’s my final update on my visit to Beijing for the International Business Travel Course to China, which took place this past Spring semester. The last portion of the travel course was the U.S. China Student Summit . The summit united student delegates from universities throughout America and China to increase relations between the two countries. The

Course in China Teaches us about International Business

June 30, 2015 by | Student Voice

A group of Argyros School students visited Beijing to finish coursework for the International Business Travel Course to China. After an 11-hour flight, this was our first view of the city from the bus on the way to the hotel. I was excited to see the fact that China’s growth was very

Information on Benefits for Veterans

April 28, 2015 by | Graduate & MBA

Recently, I realized that there are many misconceptions of education benefits for military members, and I was alarmed. I, personally, just used the last of my own GI Bill last Fall semester. The most common education benefit today is the Post-9/11 GI Bill.  This benefit, which was back dated before the 9/11 attacks, will

Our country needs more great, educated men

February 19, 2015 by | Graduate & MBA

December 17, 2014, our country lost a great man, my grandfather Joseph Francis Dubel.  I may be a little biased because he was my grandfather, but I truly believe he was a great American. When I attended his celebration of life with my family, I tried to speak about him. How can anyone in words

Music for Studying from an MBA Perspective

December 15, 2014 by | Graduate & MBA

“Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents.” – Ludwig van Beethoven As the semester comes to an end, final exams conclude the culmination of several intensive, academic weeks. Holiday and summer breaks are so close that it might make it harder to concentrate and focus