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Com Grad Entrepreneur Helps Small Businesses Grow School of Communication Alumni Spotlight, Tim Seavey Class of 2015

November 10, 2017 by | Professionalism

Tim Seavey (’15) took the time to share his reflections on his undergraduate experience in the School of Communication, and offers advice for current students looking to launch their careers post-grad! Tell us about your position. I co-own Vizolutions – a website development, search engine optimization business based in Newport Beach that specializes in helping

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The Theory of Buying a Flamingo Theories of Persuassion (COM 210)

October 27, 2017 by Carolyn Devan, Brooke Francis, Hannah Klinedinst | Student Guest Blogger

by Carolyn Devan, Brooke Francis, Hannah Klinedinst What if I told you I had the background knowledge to persuade you to buy a flamingo? Well, I may just be able to with the help of my little friend, Theory of Planned Behavior. Looking at your behavior, normative, and control beliefs I can ideally predict and

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Apply to Join Forge54 The weekend-long marketing campaign project is looking for Chapman applicants!

September 14, 2017 by | Student Guest Blogger

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

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The New HCOM Ambassador! I'm the one on the left!

September 14, 2017 by | Student Guest Blogger

Hi everyone! My name is Maya Vahid and I am the new ambassador for the M.S. Health and Strategic Communication program.  I am currently a senior at Chapman University majoring in Communication Studies and minoring in Sociology.  This academic year I started my Master’s degree in Chapman’s Health and Strategic Communication 4 + 1 program