California’s unrelenting drought means it’s time to rethink those water-guzzling lawns and gardens, which drink up more than 50 percent of the water used in Southern California homes. So the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences in Schmid College of Science and Technology has planned its third annual World Water Day event to focus exclusively
Three-year-old Ben Teach was having a busy afternoon. He jogged up and down the halls of Chapman University’s Lastinger Athletics Complex with his older brother, Max, toured the football locker room and hit the field to run sprints with several members of the football team. Seeing the busy preschooler rocket around Ernie C. Chapman Stadium,
All faculty, staff and students are invited to participate in three open meetings in coming weeks to get to know the finalists in Chapman University’s selection and recruitment process for a chief information officer.
Claudia Horn (MFA ’01) is Chapman University’s longest-serving librarian, so naturally the stories and accolades that flowed at a retirement reception honoring her 30-year career at Chapman could have filled an entire library shelf. Faculty shared how she helped students embrace research and built a significant collection of book art. Administrators and her fellow librarians
From building purchases to the formation of a community engagement program aimed at preparing low-income students for college, a spirit of growth and achievement was the theme of President Jim Doti’s 2014 State of the University Address. “Chapman University is on the move,” Doti said, referencing the commemorative poster created for the event which proclaimed
The joy that the late TV legend Huell Howser shared with generations of Californians infuses a new permanent exhibit, That’s Amazing! Thirty Years of Huell Howser and California’s Gold, sponsored by the Automobile Club of Southern California and housed in Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries. The public is invited to an open house launching the new
Enjoy the cool tunes of Motown and help support construction of a school in Tembien, Ethiopia, at a benefit concert planned Friday, Feb. 21.
With candlelight, flowers and tender words, students, colleagues, alumni and faculty gathered at the entrance of Roosevelt Hall on Thursday evening to hold a candlelight vigil just steps from the office of the late Professor Don Will, Ph.D., who passed away Feb. 10. “It seems fitting that we gather in community because Professor Will understood
This morning, Chancellor Daniele Struppa announced the passing of longtime professor Donald Will in the following letter sent to the campus community. Dear Colleagues, It is with a sense of great personal loss that I share the sad news of the untimely passing of Don Will, professor of political science and holder of the Delp-Wilkinson
Today Chapman University launches a website update that includes a new homepage, a restyling that reflects how people use online information and invites readers to contribute their unique Chapman stories to the site. Data gathered from focus groups, Google analytics, surveys and usability testing shaped both the homepage’s facelift and its enhanced features, says David