Does the thought of networking make you cringe? Or, you have been called for an interview and now what? Learn how can you get the inside scoop about a field that interest you to help you feel prepared and find out what it takes to make a good impression on Thursday, April 2, 2015, in the BURN workshop, Job Networking and Interviewing Techniques, presented by the Career Development Center. Join us in Argyros Forum 209A, 12-1 p.m. where we will cover the basic techniques to help you feel prepared and confident when meeting people and in a job interview.RSVP with Taryn StroopAbout BURN:BURN is Wilkinson’s unique expression of a larger University effort aimed at providing students with access to key researchers. Undergraduate research encompasses both scholarship and creative activity, and has the ability to capture student interest, create enthusiasm for and engagement in, an area of study.
We are excited to announce that textile artist, educator, and mentor, Karen Hampton who investigates United States history and explores the continued legacy of slavery in America and the African Diaspora will be a special guest speaker, “Prayers for Flint” for Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Environmental Justice on October 29, 2021 (mark
The award winning, student-run e-journal, Voces Novae: A Chapman University Historical Review is celebrating its thirteenth anniversary this year with topics ranging from how Christianity shaped England in World War I to Native Hawaiian and Japanese American Discourse over Hawaiian Statehood. Out of twelve papers submitted, five were published by the Alpha Mu Gamma Chapter