We are Argyros School Advising. We support undergraduate Accounting, Business and Economics majors with service to plan and successfully execute their academic programs of study. We also provide services to help our students grow awareness of their individual skill and effectively plan for their future careers. We work closely with the Argyros Career Services to help our students find their desired first destination as they complete their degree at the Argyros School.
You can learn more about the advisors and make an appointment with them below.
Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs
Beckman Hall 403F
Associate Professor of Strategy and Management. Dr. Scott Browne has over ten years of industry experience in sales, sales management, and operations management positions with Deloitte Haskins and Sells CPAs, BusinessLand Computers, Ashton-Tate Software Publishers, and Sungard Financial Systems. Dr. Browne held teaching and administrative positions with Concordia University Irvine, Vanguard University, UC Irvine, and Loyola Marymount University prior to joining the faculty at Chapman University.
Beckman Hall 402A
Eva received her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and an M.Ed in Postsecondary Administration and Students Affairs (PASA), both from the University of Southern California. Prior to Chapman, Eva was an academic advisor at the Art Institute where she advised students in audio production, fashion marketing and merchandise, fashion design, and interior design. Eva also served as an academic advisor at USC where she advised neuroscience and pre-med students. Eva received a B.A. in Music from the University of La Verne. As a program advisor, Eva enjoys working with students, giving them the best possible advising experience, and helping students through their educational journey.
Beckman Hall 402B
Marcela received her MA in Leadership Development from Chapman University. Prior to her role with Argyros School Advising, Marcela served as the academic records coordinator at Chapman's Office of the Registrar. Marcela is involved with the Latinx Staff and Faculty Forum and has partnered with the Diversity Initiative to publish “Resources for Students who are Undocumented” at Chapman. Marcela’s higher education experience began at Seattle University where she worked in the Office of the Registrar and Operations and received her BA in Public Affairs. Throughout her undergraduate career, Marcela was a resident assistant, co-chair of Latino student group Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Atzlán (M.E.Ch.A), and interned with various non-profits such as A PLUS Youth Program and Summer AmeriCorps. As a program advisor, Marcela’s passion is to provide the best service and resources to undergraduate Argyros students in their academic careers.