The Department of Communication Studies offers students a number of organizations and competition-oriented activities that enhance learning, allow for networking, and provide social interactions with faculty and each other outside the classroom. Check them out below!
»Clubs & Activities
+- Toastmasters Club
Toastmasters Club is a Chapter of Toastmasters International at Chapman University. The purpose of the club is to provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth. For more information contact Dr. Michelle Miller-Day at firstname.lastname@example.org or, the Club President, Kristina Lamb at email@example.com.
+-Meta-Communicate: Undergraduate Research E-Journal
Meta-Communicate have you written a research paper that you are proud of and wish you could publish it somewhere? Now you can! You can submit your original research papers to Meta-communicate, the Communication Studies Department's undergraduate research e-journal.
The editorial board is looking for empirically-based original research papers that you and/or a group have written.
Editorial Board for 2014-2015
Senior Editors: Jasmine Hu, Lindsay Robb
Editors: Katherine Lai, Alekxa Rollins, Catherine Yoon, Lingyi Zhu
Faculty Advisor: Dr. & Professor Wenshan Jia
This is a very special opportunity. Having a paper published is a great resume builder and companies LOVE to hear about published research. Being a published author will put you ahead of others whether it be for a job or graduate school. By submitting your paper to Meta-communicate, you will be distinguished among your peers, not only in the Communication Studies Department but at Chapman, as well!
When you submit your paper to Meta-communicate, the editorial board will read and edit your paper and you will be notified if the paper is accepted.
Also, please look at the latest edition of Meta-communicate (the latest issue will be under "current")