Over the last 8 months I have been lucky enough to intern for BEL Event Productions, a company that specializes in event production from A to Z. This company has its own coordination team, in-house florists, and rental productions from floating candles to 5 foot chandeliers. As for clientele, BEL primarily coordinates Indian/South Asian and Persian weddings.
Last fall, the School of Communication helped to collect over 1,000 pairs of socks to donate to victims of Hurricane Harvey. This semester, let’s help our LOCAL community together! For the first time, the School of Communication will be collaborating with CU’s Civic Engagement Office to sponsor the Annual Cesar Chavez Day of Service on March
Having an idea is one thing. Bringing it to life is quite another. Countless ideas form in our head, only to wait offstage in the darkened wings until we give them the time of day. How often do we allow our ideas to take the stage? In my case, one idea did. Literally. I’d never
Skilled giving: how young professionals could make a great impact despite not having the financial means to make large monetary donations. Through Forge54, volunteers are able to give thousands of dollars to a nonprofit by using their advertising, marketing, or publicity skill sets. I talked with Mina Zivkovic, one of the executive officers of the
Finding it difficult to get time to work on that project that will get you promoted to Full Professor? You are not alone. Eight Associate Professors from around the United States convened at Chapman University for the inaugural National Communication Association Mid-Career Scholars Writing Retreat June 26th to July 1st. Hosted by the School of
Last weekend, Chapman University and the School of Communication partnered with the Achievement Institute of Scientific Studies (AISS) to host the inaugural AISS Chapman STEM-C INSPIRES Weekend Academy. This kick-off event marked the beginning of a seven weeks-long summer training and an overall two years-long program (called the AISS College to Career Readiness STEM Program)
Finals week is upon us. You are living on minimum amount of sleep, sugary snacks became your breakfast, lunch and dinner and the caffeine you take in daily is usually enough to feed a whole football team. While this lifestyle certainly will make you get by, there are ways to push through finals week in
AF 201, 4-5:30 on Tuesday, May 9th Michael Lee and Erin Benson lost their son, Sam, to a malignant brain tumor last year. They turned their grief into a nonprofit, With Purpose (with-purpose.org), dedicated to raising funds and awareness for childhood cancer research. Hear about their journey in an inspiring talk sponsored by the Health Communication