Dr. Jennifer Bevan, Associate Professor of Communication Studies and the Director of the M.S. Program in Health and Strategic Communication, recently returned from a very successful trip to Chicago, IL for the annual meeting of the National Communication Association. There, she received three awards: two for her book The Communication of Jealousy, published in 2013 by Peter Lang Press (the Gerald R. Miller Interpersonal Communication Division Book Award and the National Communication Association Diamond Anniversary Book Award), and one for a paper co-authored with Dr. Jennifer Waldeck, Associate Professor of Communication Studies that was part of the Top Paper Panel in the Communication Centers Section.
By Elena Goodenberger MFA Graduate Student Who do you go to for feedback when you are working on a paper or creative project? Your professor? Your mom? Your classmate? Your cat? All graduate students can benefit from someone to bounce ideas off of—someone to ask, “Does this sentence make sense?” or “What if I wrote
By Sarah Kashani (Political Science, Business, ’22) In a room filled with Autumnal treats and apple cider, Chapman students and faculty were introduced to archival research methods by Dr. Salim Yaqub, professor of History at the University of California, Santa Barbara. The workshop explored processes by which documents are preserved, declassified, accessed, and interpreted. Drawing