The stories behind those trinkets, artworks and mementos in faculty offices won’t show up on their CVs. But the things faculty collect help us see another side of their academic lives. This month in Office Ours we ask why Associate Professor Claudine Jaenichen keeps a poster of Wonder Woman in her office. Hang on for
Giselle Blondet, popular Latina actress, TV host and author, will give a talk based on her new book, Tengo 50…Y que? (I’m 50…So What?) at Librería Martínez de Chapman University on Thursday, Dec. 11, at 5 p.m., followed by a book signing. Books will be on sale beginning Dec. 9 and at the event, which
A cornucopia of Sikh films, music, food, dancing and art are planned for the annual three-day Sikhlens Arts and Film Festival opening this week at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts.
A quintessentially California setting was the site for Chapman University’s announcement of a $7 million gift of world-class California art and an additional $3 million to help establish a campus museum to display the collection. At a reception held in the former Villa Park Orchards Packing House, President Jim Doti dedicated the gift of more
More than 50 faculty researchers shared their work and discussed available undergraduate research opportunities at Chapman University’s annual Faculty Research Expo
Camille Collard ’10 plays the sassy bestfriend in the CW Network’s acclaimed “Jane the Virgin.”
Chapman University has appointed Chinary Ung, DMA as Senior Composer in Residence in its Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music.
The late Professor Marv Meyer was fond of intoning in his sonorous voice that the massive bronze sculpture of Dr. Albert Schweitzer sitting at the steps of Argyros Forum was “the biggest and the baaadest bust” on campus. It still is. And now Chapman University’s Albert Schweitzer Collection, an assemblage of memorabilia and papers once
Reflections on the Berlin Wall sparks memories of Cold War drama and insight into a new generation’s hopefulness.
Remarkable philanthropists were honored, an acclaimed American screen actress recited Shakespeare, more than 130 students performed and a record $2.25 million was raised for student scholarships at the 33rd annual American Celebration, Chapman University’s premier fundraiser, held on campus Saturday evening.