Conflict, Negotiation, and Power

September 28, 2017 by Tim Cotter, Eva Huang, Irma Munoz | Course Reviews

Remember how much you loved Theories of Persuasion? Wish you could continue learning about persuasive communication? COM 440, or Conflict, Negotiation, and Power, takes persuasive communication to the next level by teaching you how to use those persuasion skills in conflict resolution and negotiations scenarios. Everyone has experienced conflict before, and it is likely that everyone


COM 310 - Business and Professional Communication

September 28, 2017 by Lauren McClendon, Bryanna Merda, Shanna Mirfakhraei, Tanaz Nourian | Course Reviews

Are you looking for the basic tools that are vital for your future? Concerned about how to navigate that internship or first job? Guess what? As a School of Communication student, the tools are available to you through COM 310, Business and Professional Communication. Looking for internships and jobs as eager students, it is extremely


The Last Thing I Expected to do with my COM Degree

September 19, 2017 by | Students

Having an idea is one thing. Bringing it to life is quite another. Countless ideas form in our head, only to wait offstage in the darkened wings until we give them the time of day. How often do we allow our ideas to take the stage? In my case, one idea did. Literally. I’d never


From Intern to Boss

September 18, 2017 by | Alumni

Becca Winkler is living out every interns’ dream: to be hired post-grad by a company she loves! Having recently graduated last spring, Becca is now working as the sole marketing coordinator for C2O Pure Coconut water. Read on to see what Becca has to say about her job! Tell us about your position. I am


My (C)happiest Place on Earth

September 14, 2017 by | Students

Four years ago, I had little idea where college would take me. Four years later, I could not be more amazed and thankful at where it did. Stepping onto Chapman’s campus for the first time those years ago, I knew I was at my dream school. And, knowing my deep passion for news, television, and


The Perfect Job for a Talker

August 23, 2017 by Amy Hammer | Alumni

About a month into my first semester at Chapman, I called my dad and asked how it was at home. His response was, “It’s a lot quieter around here…literally.” I have always been a talker and it was no surprise to my parents when I told them I wanted to study communication in college. I


Athletics Administrator and Author

August 23, 2017 by | Alumni

Emily Hepp ’14 (BACOMM) left California to work in Texas after graduation. Three years later, she is back home and excited to work for her alma mater! She took a few minutes to share her story with us. Tell us about your position. I just recently started in Chapman Athletics as their Administrative Supervisor. This


Practice Makes Perfect

August 18, 2017 by | Alumni

Essie Uribe is a May 2017 graduate from Chapman University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Strategic and Corporate Communication. She took a few minutes this summer to tell us a little bit about her first position after graduation in digital marketing. Tell us about your position. I work in digital marketing for Penhall Technologies, a


Risk and Crisis Communication

August 15, 2017 by | Course Reviews

The School of Communication here at Chapman University contains a variety of classes that are designed to give students the opportunity to gain valuable skills that will assist them in the workplace.  Throughout my time at Chapman, I have taken many of these classes and have seen firsthand the impact that they can have in


Peace Communication in Costa Rica

July 17, 2017 by | Course Reviews

During my sophomore year (2015-2016), my academic adviser told me that, because of adding a second major at the start of the year, I was unable to study abroad. Since that was at the very top of my college bucket list, I was heartbroken. However, it was only a week later friends reminded me of

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