Students create grandPad with their grandmas and others in mind.
Chapman professors help local science teachers bring science to life
As the heat rises and high school athletes hit the fields this month for tough practices in heavy football gear, Chapman University researchers talk about heat illness prevention.
A peppy mobile app game that started as an undergraduate project is a winner!
The cover story for the July 24 issue of New Scientist magazine interviews Chapman researchers
Volunteerism has been a strong tradition in the Special Olympics movement since its founding by Eunice Kennedy Shriver. Athletes aren’t the only winners, though. Chapman graduate students find gold in volunteering in the organization’s health care program.
Southern California beaches will be cleaner and healthier for swimmers and surfers this summer, thanks to the lingering drought. But that drop of good news for humans probably won’t mean much for
Colorful balloons were afloat. Delighted children played with a permanently installed (and pretty awesome) electric train set, roamed the hallways searching for actors portraying Alice in Wonderland and the Mad Hatter, and devoured delicious Popsicles and Italian ice. All this fun was part of the grand opening festivities for the new Center for Autism and
What’s an extra 10 seconds on a memory test? For adult children of alcoholics it could be the difference between a misdiagnosis of attention deficit disorder and the correct identification of a milder learning challenge. Student researchers in the Addiction Research Laboratory in the Crean School of Health and Life Sciences know that adult children
The Chapman University-produced, Orange County-based television series Health Matters with Dr. Larry Santora has received a Telly Award and two Communicator Awards this spring for excellence in video programming. “We’re very pleased about the recognition, but the biggest honor is hearing from viewers and knowing that the information we share on the show has helped