A team of students from the Dale E. Fowler School of Law has advanced to the finals of the country’s largest moot court competition, where they will be among the best law school teams in the nation competing for the national title. Jonathan Cayton (J.D. ’14), Jaryn Saritzky (J.D. ’14) and Dallis Warshaw (J.D. ’14)
Later this month, two MBA students from Chapman University’s Argyros School of Business and Economics are going to tell a bunch of corporate types in the business of making toothpaste that they should stop making toothpaste.
But the executives asked for it. Honest.
Course catalogs can’t list everything you want to know about the classroom experience. So come looky-loo with us in Class Act, a feature that takes readers to the classroom. This month we visit Modern Political Economy: Who’s Winning the Battle of Ideas?, taught by Presidential Fellow Mark Skousen. Have a Class Act suggestion? Send it
The course schedule can’t list everything you need to know about the classroom experience. So come looky-loo with us in “Class Act,” a Happenings feature that takes readers into the classroom. This month we visit The Surfing Industry, taught by Amy Hurley-Hanson. Please send more Class Act suggestions to email@example.com. Growing up in Arizona, surfing just
An article written by President Jim Doti, Ph.D., president of Chapman University, titled Net Asset Growth in Higher Education, has been published in the November 2013 issue of Business Officer – a magazine of the National Association of College and University Business Officers. The article presents the results of a study conducted at the A.
What does it say about a longtime professor when alumni near and far return to campus to hear his last lecture? Ask Fola Odebunmi ’72, who now teaches economics at Cypress College, and attended Professor Don Booth’s Last Lecture and reception during the Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration Oct. 5. Odebunmi came to Chapman from Nigeria
Perhaps someday soon a handsome gent will gaze across a crowded room and send a lovely lady a nice bubbly Pepsi via social media – or at least a purchase code for one – along with an invitation to meet by the vending machine. Such sweet introductions could be reality if an idea proposed by
Chapman University’s Argyros School of Business and Economics and its Economic Science Institute (ESI) have grabbed the No. 1 and No. 2 spots in a very influential international ranking, the RePEc Project’s “Top Institutions in the Field of Experimental Economics.” The Argyros School ranked No. 1, and ESI tied for second place with the University
Dale E. Fowler ’58 jokes about the fact that he has lived all his life within three miles of Chapman University, near the creek where his grandfather started a sand and gravel business and the venerable high school his mother attended, which now forms the historic classroom core of his alma mater. “I guess I
Chapman University’s law school has received the second largest reported gift ever to a U.S. law school – a $55 million donation from prominent real estate developer Dale E. Fowler ’58 and his wife, Sarah Ann. The law school will be named The Dale E. Fowler School of Law. A private ceremony will be held