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A Unique Internship Experience During a Pandemic Angela Poerschke's internship experience at Entertainment Lab

December 2, 2020 by | Internships

Hello, my name is Angela Poerschke and I am currently a senior Communication student here at Chapman University. My minor is Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI), which has allowed me to take classes on an array of cultural and creative activities like fashion, museums, social media, emerging technologies, and much more. The company I interned

Delightful Internship at ListReports

December 2, 2020 by | Internships

Delightful. That is the first word that comes to mind after successfully completing my internship at ListReports, a real estate marketing platform. I am Claudia De La Macorra, majoring in Strategic and Corporate Communication with a double minor in Sociology and Entrepreneurship. I am in my last semester at Chapman and I had the privilege

Ethical Controversies in Communication A Course Review of COM 492

April 6, 2020 by | Course Reviews

Last semester I decided to take Ethical Controversies in Communication as an upper-division elective for my Strategic Corporate Communication major. Ethics is something that has always interested me and as a double major in Psychology, I thought this class would complement and bring together both of my majors. Throughout this course, we explored alternative ways

How Do You Blend Language, Culture, and Communication Theory? Sarina Welsh's Journey Through the Global Communication and World Languages Major

March 13, 2020 by | Students

My name is Sarina Welsh and I’d like to share my experience with the Global Communication and World Languages program. In the Global Communication and World Languages major, students pursue fluency in a chosen language while infusing their course of study with communication theory and research. Coming into college, I had an interest in Italian

Non-Profit Communication A Course Review of SCC 425

March 2, 2020 by | Course Reviews

As a senior Strategic and Corporate Communication major with the aspiration to work for a non-profit organization post-graduation, I decided to take SCC 425—Communication in the Non-Profit Organization. Throughout this course, I learned about specific methods for what makes a non-profit successful. Some main topics focused on building an effective mission statement, appealing to a

Business & Professional Communication The most underrated course in the School of Communication.

November 21, 2018 by Christian Mulligan, Diano Pachote, and Diego Velez | Course Reviews

Christian Mulligan, Diego Velez, and Diano Pachote are Strategic & Corporate Communication majors expected to graduate in the spring of 2018. Diego Velez and Diano Pachote are both members of the School of Communication Student Advisory Board. Business and Professional Communication offered us an incredible experience revolving around some key concepts we use each and

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