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


Chapman Hosts Scholars Writing Retreat

July 11, 2017 by | Events

Finding it difficult to get time to work on that project that will get you promoted to Full Professor?  You are not alone.  Eight Associate Professors from around the United States convened at Chapman University for the inaugural National Communication Association Mid-Career Scholars Writing Retreat June 26th to July 1st.  Hosted by the School of


AISS Chapman STEM-C INSPIRES Weekend Academy

June 29, 2017 by | Events

Last weekend, Chapman University and the School of Communication partnered with the Achievement Institute of Scientific Studies (AISS) to host the inaugural AISS Chapman STEM-C INSPIRES Weekend Academy. This kick-off event marked the beginning of a seven weeks-long summer training and an overall two years-long program (called the AISS College to Career Readiness STEM Program)


The Results Are In!

May 30, 2017 by Julia Ross, Josh Bright, Mara Manukyan, Allyson Wadman | Course Reviews

In March of this past Spring semester, Strategic and Corporate Communication students in Dr. Sara LaBelle’s Advanced Message Design (SCC 400) course tackled a difficult challenge: to change their peer’s attitudes toward using prescription stimulants to study for midterm and final exams; Unfortunately prescription stimulant abuse is a fairly common and accepted behavior for these


How to Survive Finals Week

May 5, 2017 by Sophie Janicke | Uncategorized

Finals week is upon us. You are living on minimum amount of sleep, sugary snacks became your breakfast, lunch and dinner and the caffeine you take in daily is usually enough to feed a whole football team. While this lifestyle certainly will make you get by, there are ways to push through finals week in


From California to Kansas: Finding a new academic home for graduate school

May 5, 2017 by Jessica Dominguez | Alumni

Applying to graduate school was an experience I didn’t expect to have when I first started college; before I decided to enter the field of research as a social scientist. The requirements were similar to applying to undergraduate with a couple differences. I’d have to submit a resume, a writing sample, and I’d also have to


An Internship Abroad

April 25, 2017 by | Internships

As I woke up on the morning of June 6th, I knew that the moment I looked in my e-mail I would be reading whether or not I received my dream internship. My heart was racing. My hands were clammy.  I opened up my emails and there -in my inbox- was the email I had


Why do Strategic and Corporate Communication Majors Need to Take Principles of Microeconomics?

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


Adderall Misuse....It's Nastier Than You Think

March 10, 2017 by Mara Manukyan | Course Reviews

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

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