Marco Saglimbeni from San Jose, Calif., has been awarded the 2014 Casola Prize from the Patrons of Italian Culture. Saglimbeni is a University Honors Program student pursuing a degree in biological sciences with a minor in Italian studies. He hopes to attend medical school in the future. A dedicated Chapman soccer player of Italian
The Communication of Jealousy by Jennifer L. Bevan, Ph.D., associate professor in Chapman University’s Department of Communication Studies, has won
A theatrical production that started as a lark between two high school friends as they munched on burritos has won first place in
A bit of scholarly Monday morning quarterbacking by a Chapman University student has helped shed some insight into the role television advertising played in the 2012 presidential race.
Chapman University Professor and author Richard Bausch hopes people understand that his new book, Before, During, After, is not a Sept. 11 novel. It does explore one couple’s private disaster as it plays out against the backdrop of the nation’s public one. And the falling towers, the scary days of uncertainty and the beginning of
Chapman University film and television alumna Brenda Brkusic ’04 has been honored with a Los Angeles Area Emmy Award
Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts has been named one of the top film schools in the United States by The Hollywood Reporter. Dodge College was No. 7 in the magazine’s ranking of the country’s 25 best film schools. “How does one get to Hollywood? Start in Orange County: The 1,500 students
Two students ponder Jane Austen’s “Mansfield Park” and win
So you think you can dance? At Chapman, we don’t think. We know.
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