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Changing Route: From Marketing to Politics Bri Buda's Internship experience at Lincoln Club of Orange County

January 13, 2021 by | Internships

Hi, my name is Brianna Buda (everyone calls me Bri)! I am currently a senior Communication Studies student at Chapman University with a minor in Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI). The minor has expanded my interests and broaden my horizons within the creative and cultural industries such as marketing, social media, broadcast journalism, and many

Chapman at the Forefront of Coining a New Discipline: Positive Media Psychology Dr. Janicke-Bowles Receives Grant to Host the First Positive Media Psychology Conference

February 10, 2020 by | Uncategorized

School of Communication Assistant Professor Sophie Janicke-Bowles, in collaboration with Dr. Katherine Dale from Florida State University, has received a $10,000 conference award granted by the Faculty Development Council at Chapman University which allows them to host the first Positive Media Psychology Conference in April 2021. Positive media psychology is an emerging field that explores

Is It CommunicationS? Or Communication? Is There A Difference?

July 2, 2018 by | Uncategorized

As a Strategic and Corporate Communication Major, I  have heard and have said the phrase, “I am studying communicationS” many times. These people (including me) have been actually saying it wrong all along. The correct way to say it is without the “s”. They are specifically studying Communication (no S). Why is this? Is there

Why do Strategic and Corporate Communication Majors Need to Take Principles of Microeconomics? by Jianna Gudebski '17

April 6, 2017 by Jianna Gudebski | Uncategorized

Q: Why do Strategic and Corporate Communication Majors Need to Take Principles of Microeconomics? A: To thrive in the workplace and everyday life. Strategic and Corporate Communication is a major that enables students to acquire the necessary skills to be a professional communicator. We are trained to advance an organization’s agenda (vision, mission, services) utilizing

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