Enjoy author readings, painting demonstrations, a talk about the power of illustration in children’s literature and more when Chemers Gallery hosts its 22nd Annual Children’s Book Illustration Art Show Book Signing to benefit the College of Educational Studies on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 1 to 5 p.m. Among the highlights: Penny S. Bryan, Ph.D., College
Chapman University’s new School of Pharmacy, set to open its doors and enroll its first doctoral students in fall 2015, has cleared the first hurdle on its way to full accreditation, right on schedule. The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the accrediting commission for senior colleges and universities in the western region of
Created by doctoral students and faculty from the College of Educational Studies, a new website is designed to be a resource for classroom teachers who may not have backgrounds in disability studies but increasingly need those skills. The Disability Studies in Education Professional Development Website was recently launched by working educators enrolled in the Ph.D.
Botanist Jennifer Funk, Ph.D., is all about plants. She’s studied the challenges of invasive species from Australia to California. She teaches plant biology as an assistant professor in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences. In Hawaii she investigated which native plants were most likely to outperform invasive species. But at her research site near
The stories behind those trinkets, artworks and mementos in faculty offices won’t show up on their CVs. But the things faculty choose to collect help us see another side of their academic lives. This month in our continuing Office Ours series we feature Julia Boehm, Ph.D., assistant professor, in the Crean School of Health and
Princeton Neuroscience Institute professor Elizabeth Gould, Ph.D., named one of the 50 most important women in science by Discover magazine and one of the world’s most prolific researchers in neuroplasticity, will give a free lecture on her work Monday, Nov. 18, at noon in Argyros Forum, Room 209A. For the past two decades, Gould’s groundbreaking
The stories behind those trinkets, artworks and mementos in faculty offices won’t show up on their CVs. But the things faculty choose to collect help us see another side of their academic lives. This month in our continuing Office Ours series we feature Brian Alters, Ph.D., professor in the College of Educational Studies.
François Englert, a Belgian theoretical physicist, and Distinguished Visiting Professor in Residence and founding member of the Institute for Quantum Studies at Chapman University in California, has won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics for his prediction of the Higgs Boson particle, which has helped the world’s physicists solve some of the deepest mysteries of
François Englert, Distinguished Professor in Residence and founding member of the Institute for Quantum Studies at Chapman University, has received the coveted “Citation Laureate” title from the worldwide news organization Thomson Reuters. Englert’s longtime theory concerning the Brout-Englert-Higgs Boson particle was recently confirmed by scientists at CERN – The European Organization for Nuclear Research, the
A Chapman University researcher who has studied the family stress factors related to migration will kick off the Fall 2013 Science Forum Series Wednesday, Sept. 11. Georgiana Bostean, Ph.D., an assistant professor with double appointments in Schmid College of Science and Technology and Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences, will deliver a talk titled