School of Communication Homecoming 2023 Recap

October 9, 2023 by | Students

The School of Communication celebrated Chapman’s 2023 Homecoming by hosting alumni, families, and students for two days of events. With a record turnout, the School of Communication had the opportunity to connect with many current and former Panthers! Homecoming Alumni Panel             To kick off the weekend, the School of


Graduate Education Abroad: Health Communication & Inequalities in Across Health Professions

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


Practice Makes a Master

July 21, 2023 by | Career Advice

How well do you know your SoC professors? Dr. Sophie Janicke-Bowles has been teaching at the School of Communication since 2016. Dr. Janicke-Bowles is a positive media psychologist who investigates the role of new and traditional media in promoting and affecting character development, self-transcendent emotions, prosocial behavior, and well-being (aka happiness). Her research and teaching focus is


Summer as a Sales & Marketing Intern

July 20, 2023 by | Internships

Hi! My name is Samantha Roos, and I am a rising junior at Chapman University. I am pursuing a degree in Strategic and Corporate Communication, as well as a minor in Leadership Studies. Over this past summer, I had the opportunity to intern for a custom apparel company called Greek House. As a Sales and


Welcome, Miffy and Friends!

July 19, 2023 by | Internships

Hi everyone! My name is Jillian Chang, and I am beyond excited to share with you all about my spring internship. As a 4th-year Communication Studies major and Integrated Educational Studies minor, I have had the wonderful opportunity to work with a small, owned business gift shop, ZillyMonkey. Although it was my last semester before


What's Lambda Pi Eta?

July 17, 2023 by | Students

What’s going on in the School of COM? Lambda Pi Eta was established in 2012 and is one of 4 student groups in the School of Communication. Lambda Pi Eta creates opportunities to gain leadership skills, resume material, and insight into the realm of Communication academically, professionally, and personally. The organization works closely with their faculty


Dr. Bevan's journey as a lifelong learner and her advice to students navigating their careers

July 14, 2023 by | Career Advice

How well do you know your SoC professors? Dr. Jennifer Bevan has been a part of the Chapman family since 2007 and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses at the School of Communication. She is also a highly recognized researcher whose research interests include the negotiation of difficult relational interactions, such as ongoing conflict, jealousy, family


Consistency is Key. Less is More. Make the Investment.

June 30, 2023 by | Career Advice

How well do you know your SoC professors? Dr. Mark Hopson serves as a Professor and Graduate Admissions Director in the School of Communication. He is also the Senior Director of Ethnic Studies Programs and has been at Chapman University since 2021. In this short time, he has made his impact on the school by hosting


What's the School of Communication Student Advisory Board?

June 28, 2023 by | Students

The Student Advisory Board  (SAB) is one of 4 student groups in the School of Communication. The Student Advisory Board, founded in 2017, is student-run and serves as the student voice to the administration, representing the School of Communication to various constituencies (prospective and current students, faculty, parents, and administrators), and implementing programs and initiatives


Uncovering Dr. Miller-Day's Career and her Advice to Students Navigating their Careers

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

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