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Communication Studies


My Spring Internship by Marley Seabern

August 5, 2021 by | Internships

My name is Marley Seabern, and I am a sophomore Communication Studies major with a minor in Creative and Cultural Industries. This Spring semester, I was honored with the opportunity to intern at a public relations firm called mml pr, based in Los Angeles and New York. Due to Covid-19, I did this internship from

Communication and Digital Wellness: How Comm Principles Helped My People Skills Kait Kovach's Internship with The Digital Wellness Institute

February 13, 2021 by | Internships

Hi, I’m Kait Kovach and I will be graduating this semester with a B.A. in Communication Studies with an interdisciplinary cluster in Leadership. I decided to return to the Digital Wellness Institute to intern as their Lead T.A. Trainer for their Fall cohort. I wanted to return because this field excites me and feels so

From Sailor to Panther Meet Student Advisory Board Member, Khiry Carter

January 21, 2021 by | Students

Khiry Carter is a Communication Studies major and member of the School of Communication Student Advisory Board. The SAB advocates for the needs of students in the SoC by serving as the student voice to the administration and generating and implementing programs and initiatives designed to enhance the student experience within the School. Have questions, concerns,

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

Ethical Controversies in Communication A Course Review of COM 493

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

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