My name is Katherine Gilliam, and I am currently a senior at Chapman University pursuing a double major in Communication Studies and English Language and Literature. During the Fall 2022 semester, I completed an internship with Mxdwn, which I found on Handshake. Mxdwn is an online news publication that disseminates information about the latest happenings
Hello Everyone, My name is Shreya Chhagan. I am a transfer student and began my journey here at Chapman in Fall 2021. After high school, I didn’t know what I wanted to major in, so I attended community college for two years to explore my options. I am a first generation college student, so navigating
Hello, my name is Francesca Stover and I am a Freshman from San Diego, CA. I am a Global Communication and World Languages major, and my language track is Japanese. I decided to attend Chapman because I loved the atmosphere when I toured the campus, and the Global Communication program was very interesting to me.
What year did you start at Chapman? I started in Fall of 2019. I did my Master’s in public health at UCI and then spent a few years in nonprofit work before coming back to academia. So not straight from school to school, I did a bit of real world work first. What made you
Jordan Schmidt graduated from Chapman University in 2011 with a degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Philosophy. He now works in public relations and shares his advice as a hiring manager. Jordan focused on his passion and by doing so, he jump started his career in communication. If you would like to learn
I remember signing up for Spring 2020 classes last November thinking, “Wow, this is going to be a busy semester but I have the perfect schedule!” If only I had known… Getting back from my Peace Communication course in Costa Rica over interterm with my 15 perfectly planned units waiting for me I knew I
Brittney Kuhn is a Communication Studies major, student in the 4+1 MS program in Health and Strategic Communication, and member of the School of Communication Student Advisory Board. The SAB advocates for the needs of students in the SoC by serving as the student voice to the administration and generating and implementing programs and initiatives designed
Have you heard about Dr. Michelle Miller-Day? From national health campaigns to the theater, she commands the stage. Transfer student, Brittney Kuhn, sat down with Dr. Miller-Day to talk about her new book and more. Find out what she’s doing here, at Chapman’s School of Communication, and why our spotlight is on her in this