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From Class to Real Life | An Unforgettable and Rewarding Research Experience Lindsey Chan takes on the role of Undergraduate Researcher

March 1, 2024 by | Students

Hello! My name is Lindsey Chan and I am a junior double majoring in Strategic & Corporate Communication and Business Administration. Over the Fall Semester, I had the opportunity to work directly with Dr. Ball in the School of Communication through a Student-Faculty Research/Creative Activity. Through this research experience, I was able to consequently work

Consistency is Key. Less is More. Make the Investment. Dr. Hopson's career and his advice to students navigating their careers - COM Faculty Interview Series

June 30, 2023 by | Career Advice

How well do you know your SoC professors? Dr. Mark Hopson serves as a Professor and Graduate Admissions Director in the School of Communication. He is also the Senior Director of Ethnic Studies Programs and has been at Chapman University since 2021. In this short time, he has made his impact on the school by hosting

Uncovering Dr. Miller-Day’s Career and her Advice to Students Navigating their Careers COM Faculty Interview Series

June 23, 2023 by | Career Advice

How well do you know your SoC professors? Dr. Michelle Miller-Day has been teaching communication courses at Chapman University since 2012. Her research is at the intersection of interpersonal, family, and health communication. She is particularly interested in mental health, submissive communication, and substance use prevention. She is also a professional actor and has an

Faculty Awarded ECA’s 2019 Article of the Year

April 23, 2020 by | Accomplishments

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

Faculty Promotion and Tenure All You Ever Wanted to Know (and Probably More)

April 10, 2020 by Dr. Jennifer Waldeck | Accomplishments

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

Start your New Year with Dr. Michelle Miller-Day Faculty Spotlight

October 30, 2019 by | Faculty

Have you heard about Dr. Michelle Miller-Day? From national health campaigns to the theater, she commands the stage. Transfer student, Brittney Kuhn, sat down with Dr. Miller-Day to talk about her new book and more. Find out what she’s doing here, at Chapman’s School of Communication, and why our spotlight is on her in this

Studying Abroad: The Experience of a Lifetime Dr. Janicke-Bowles reflects on her own study abroad experience as she prepares to take a group to Costa Rica in January, 2019!

September 13, 2018 by | Faculty

When asking college graduates to explain the most impactful experience they had in college, most of them say…..studying abroad. When asked what they most regret? Most graduates answer……not studying abroad. Needless to say, going to another country for the purpose of studying and really getting to know the culture is a life changing event for

Mindfulness and Spirituality in using New Technologies Faculty Interview with Dr. Sophie Janicke-Bowles

January 20, 2017 by Olivia Shove '16 | Faculty

Assistant Professor Dr. Sophie Janicke-Bowles, psychologist, researcher, educator, and innovator specializing in the field of Positive Psychology and Media, is one of the newest members of the School of Communication. After receiving her Ph.D. in Media Psychology from Florida State University in 2013, she worked as a member of the Communication Research Team at FSU

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