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Graduate Education Abroad: Health Communication & Inequalities in Across Health Professions Noel McGuire's and Cailin Kuchenbecker's experience in a five-week service-learning fellowship in Crete, Greece

July 24, 2023 by | Accomplishments

This past June, Ph.D. candidates Noel McGuire and Cailin Kuchenbecker traveled to Greece to participate in a five-week service-learning fellowship in Crete. The Health Communication & Health Inequalities Across the Health Professions in Greece and the U.S. program is a study abroad opportunity hosted by Rutgers University and was brought to the School of Communication

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

Graduate students and faculty jump-start their productivity for the Spring Semester The School of Communication hosts an Interterm writing retreat

February 6, 2023 by | Students

School of Communication graduate students and faculty were invited to partake in a mini writing retreat to help them focus on their academic writing from January 18th-20th. Four faculty members and six graduate students were able to partake in this amazing opportunity. What is a writing retreat, and why is it helpful? A writing retreat

SoC Fall 2023 – What’s in Store for You? A look into the School of Communication's Fall Events

September 26, 2022 by | Students

This fall, the School of Communication is hosting various events led by the School of Communication Student Advisory Board, SoC Trailblazers, Lambda Pi Eta, SoC Graduate Programs, and Presidential Studies. Whether you’re interested in community service, career development, or even connecting with other students, we have an event for you! Our students are hard at

School of Communication’s WeCare Campaign SoC Student Advisory Board works to Connect Meaningfully in a Hy-flex semester

March 17, 2021 by | Students

The School of Communication at Chapman University is an amazing community-whether we are online or in person. The WeCARE Campaign was created by the School of Communication Student Advisory Board (SAB) to bring our students together and connect meaningfully during this Spring, 2021 online/hybrid semester. The SAB Students curated a series of events (with the

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