When it comes to predicting housing trends and prices, it’s not uncommon for forecasters to quip
The wildcatters who harnessed untried technology to pull natural gas from dense shale deposits have revolutionized the energy industry in classic American style, says
Thanks largely to growth in construction and improved consumer confidence, jobs in California and Orange County are expected to grow in 2015.
Wall Street Journal writer Gregory Zuckerman, author of The Frackers: The Outrageous Inside Story of the New Billionaire Wildcatters, will be honored with The Presidential Medal for Distinguished Contributions to Business Journalism and Writing on Monday, June 23.
If breaking up is hard to do, as the old song goes, why would anyone want to get together again after enduring the pain of parting? It’s a question that Darcy Fudge Kamal, Ph.D., assistant professor, at the Argyros School of Business and Economics, is applying to the world of business. Kamal studies failed business
Several faculty members with research and creative activities in myriad areas, from wildlife behavior studies to new theatre projects, were honored Thursday at the annual Faculty Research Recognition Reception. The awards were presented by Chancellor Daniele Struppa, who commended the faculty for their research activities and vigorous pursuit of external funding. “I’m really proud of
A sophomore in the Chapman University Honors Program has won a top award for research examining the environmental and socioeconomic factors in rural India that contribute to life-threatening intestinal disease in children under five.
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