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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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SCC 400 and the Rethink Campaign Hands-On Approach to a Theory Based Education

October 31, 2017 by Heather Matley and Tessa King | Student Guest Blogger

SCC 400 and the Rethink Campaign By Heather Matley, Carolyn Crosby, and Tessa King. The semester long course SCC 400, or Message Design II, works to instill effective message implementation skills in students by giving them the chance to design and implement a campaign under expert supervision. Students  are able to gain first hand marketing experience while applying

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Chapman Hosts Scholars Writing Retreat

July 11, 2017 by | Professionalism

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

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The Results Are In! The School of Communication’s “Rethink” Campaign had a BIG Impact on Campus Attitudes toward Prescription Stimulant Misuse

May 30, 2017 by Julia Ross, Josh Bright, Mara Manukyan, Allyson Wadman | Student Guest Blogger

In March of this past Spring semester, Strategic and Corporate Communication students in Dr. Sara LaBelle’s Advanced Message Design (SCC 400) course tackled a difficult challenge: to change their peer’s attitudes toward using prescription stimulants to study for midterm and final exams; Unfortunately prescription stimulant abuse is a fairly common and accepted behavior for these