“May is a month of tradition and celebration. As every academic year comes to a close, students, parents, and faculty have the joy of attending honors and awards ceremonies—and of course, commencement. This year, the month of May has required us to be creative in reimagining how the students at the heart of these traditions
Alex Hallerman, like many other seniors in the School of Communication, will be graduating next week and venturing out into the “real world”. But, Alex isn’t like most other seniors. He is one of our non-traditional students. Alex transferred to Chapman from Santa Monica College at an age when most traditional students have graduated and
Assistant Professor Hannah Ball and Assistant Dean Sara LaBelle of the School of Communication were awarded the Eastern Communication Association’s 2019 Article of the Year for their study published in Communication Quarterly entitled “College Student Goals in the Context of Prescription Stimulant Misuse: An Application of Goals-Plans-Action Theory.” Dr. Ball and Dr. LaBelle’s research focused
Every spring, the Provost of Chapman University announces faculty tenure and promotion decisions. You may have heard these terms, but what do they really mean? What is “tenure”? And how do professors get “promoted?” This quick article should help answer all your questions! What is “Tenure” and How Do Professors Earn It? Tenure refers to
Many students are curious to know where they can take a degree in communication after college. The answer is……anywhere. Riley Byrne, a senior Strategic and Corporate Communication major spent some time talking with us about how she will be using her degree to make a difference in the world through the Peace Corps. How did
Hi! My name is Sarah Downey and I am currently a student in the 4 + 1 Masters of Health and Strategic Communication program. This specific program allows me to integrate the Master’s courses with my undergraduate work. The program has turned into a 3 + 1 program for me since I am graduating early.