Adderall Misuse….It’s Nastier Than You Think SCC Students Develop Campaign to Combat Adderall Misuse

March 10, 2017 by Mara Manukyan | Student Guest Blogger

The Rethink campaign is organized by Strategic and Corporate Communication students at Chapman University, with the mission of inspiring peer-driven conversations about the risks of misusing prescription stimulants to study.  By encouraging these conversations, we can reduce the normalization of this behavior on our campus.  With the help of our friend Addy, we hope our


HOW TO GET BRANDING RIGHT: Strategic messaging lessons from Startups Event Synopsis by SCC Senior Shoshana Feld-Sobol

February 16, 2017 by Shoshana Feld-Sobol | Student Guest Blogger

On Wednesday, February 8, the School of Communication and the Office of IS&T brought a world renowned branding expert to campus to share with us his wisdom and expertise on the topic of branding. Fabian Geyrhalter is the Founder and Principal of FINIEN, a Los Angeles based branding company who has seen wild success working with


Marketing Through a Communicator’s Lens Putting Strategic and Corporate Communication to Work

January 20, 2017 by Olivia Shove '16 | Student Guest Blogger

Taught by Kara Udziela, Marketing through a Communicator’s Lens (SCC 329) exposes students to the reality of real world industries, and arms students with firsthand experience in conducting market research and developing thorough marketing plans – valuable additions to any future marketer’s portfolio. In addition to the comprehensive projects, Kara invites several guest


Mindfulness and Spirituality in using New Technologies

January 20, 2017 by Olivia Shove '16 | Faculty Interview

Assistant Professor Dr. Sophie Janicke, 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


Teacher, Banjo Player, Advisor, Oh My! Interview with Travis Bartosh

January 20, 2017 by Olivia Shove '16 | Student Guest Blogger

You’ve probably seen him around Wilkinson Hall, or maybe you’ve been lucky enough to take one of his classes, but how well do you really know the School of Communication’s Instructor and Academic Advisor, Mr. Travis Bartosh? Bartosh received his Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Humboldt State University and his Masters of


Mothers and Daughters Have you ever wanted to bring your mom to class?

January 20, 2017 by Emily Potashnik and Catalina Wrye | Student Guest Blogger

College can be grueling. Sometimes all you need is your mom there for moral support. Dr. Miller-Day’s Mother Daughter Communication class culminates in a final project. The best part? Students could bring their mothers! There were poster presentations, a heart-warming video presentation, and a live reading of Two Of Me, a play based on real


Luxury Cars to Rickshaws

January 20, 2017 by Ruchika Bajaj '17 | Student Guest Blogger

Traveling is always a rewarding and eye-opening experience. My parents are originally from India, so I have had the opportunity to travel abroad to India several times in my life. I also completed a four-month study abroad program to Milan, Italy during the spring of my junior year. I can say that the experiences I

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