Professor Ahmed Younis featured on “The O’Reilly Factor.”
A Chapman University professor’s study of satellite images revealing the decline of coral reefs in the Red Sea over is featured by NASA.
Alumnus and his team gear up for Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles
The thirtysomething man wanted to quit smoking. His physician had written him a prescription for nicotine patches. The patient dutifully went to have the prescription filled, eager to toss his smokes once and for all. All good, right? Not quite. As pharmacist Albert Bach, Pharm.D., read the prescription slip, Bach questioned why a heavy smoker
Experts offer advice for coping with family violence during the holidays
Student research shines at annual fall semester Research Day
Santa Ana teens meet college application deadlines, thanks to a little help at Librería Martinez de Chapman University.
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
More than 50 faculty researchers shared their work and discussed available undergraduate research opportunities at Chapman University’s annual Faculty Research Expo
When it comes to solar power, Southern California delivered the real deal in timely fashion Friday. A team of students and officials from Orange County colleges and universities gathered under sun-drenched skies to officially launch construction of a solar-powered house they will build for entry into the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon 2015. Before