Spelling student-athlete: NASDAQ

October 17, 2014 by | Undergraduates

Like 99.9 percent of Panther student-athletes, Taylor Carter‘s playing career won’t reach beyond the Chapman University gridiron. But his football experiences have laid the foundation for a career that will be equally competitive and rewarding. Carter spent the summer before his senior year in the heart of Wall Street working a dream internship with NASDAQ

Learning Leadership from ‘A Major Malfunction’

October 13, 2014 by | Events

On September 9, 2014, Dr. Mark Maier was a guest lecturer in BUS 604: Organization and Management lead by Dr. Tom E. Butkiewicz where he presented his world-renowned ethical case study titled: The Story Behind the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster to Argyros MBA students. Learn more about this experience by listening to the podcast below. This podcast is

Chapman Panthers & the Susan G. Komen 5k

October 7, 2014 by | Graduate & MBA

The Chapman Panthers team came out in full force Sunday morning, September 28th, for the Susan Komen 5k. What a great job the team did representing Chapman University. All of which could not have been done if it weren’t for the efforts of Scott Johnson (MBAAA President), Paula Mattison (Team Captain), and the dedicated team of co-captains;

A Walk Down Wall Street with Professor Burnham

October 3, 2014 by | Argyros School News

New York has been characterized as the financial capital of the world, which is no surprise. Wall Street continues to be the global hub for market traders and is home to some of the biggest financial firms of the world. Professor Terry Burnham, Associate Professor with the Argyros School of Business and Economics, is planning to

Chapman Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith to Give Public Talk

September 10, 2014 by | Economic Science Institute

Chapman University’s Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith (Economics 2002) will participate in a public talk hosted by the Directors Roundtable and Chapman’s Economic Science Institute later this month. Professor Smith is the keynote speaker at this free talk at the event called “A Dialogue with Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith: The Impact of both Current Government Economic

Transfer Student Natalie Matar ’15 Takes a Leap of Faith, Lands a Full-Time Job

September 2, 2014 by | Undergraduates

One semester after Natalie Matar transferred to Chapman University, she made the decision to add a second major (accounting) to her business administration degree. That decision, coupled with the goal to pursue a career in public accounting, brought her into the Argyros School’s Career Services office for assistance. From that first appointment, Natalie learned about

Argyros MBA & Chapman Alum Shine “Light” on Kickstarter

August 13, 2014 by | Graduate & MBA

  MBA candidate Chris Hauber ‘14 and David Dunn ’10 are entrepreneurs who value their Chapman University connections. Even though they are from different graduating classes, their Chapman affiliation brought them together to establish a creative production company: Light Productions. “My father always told me to surround myself with the most successful people I know,” explained Dunn on how he