Professor Harry Ufland and 22 students from Chapman’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts visited Australia over interterm to meet artists, executives and politicians significant to the region’s entertainment business.
Chapman anthropology students go more than skin deep to document the experience of women tattooists.
A Chapman journey to Xiamen University, assisted by the Kay family, explores opportunities for exchange of students and faculty.
Crean School’s innovative Stroke Boot Camp helps stroke survivors take steps toward recovery.
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From her upset victory in 1996 to her current senior status, U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez ’82 pursues her passions for security on home soil, equality for women in the military and a healthy start for children in need.
Toby Juffre Goode writes about facing her fears — in more ways than one — and how her meeting Pulitzer Prize winner Anna Quindlen almost turned into an unexpected limo ride.
Peter McLaren, Ph.D., one of the leading architects of a teaching approach that stresses the empowerment of students to become critical observers and problemsolvers, has been named a Distinguished Fellow in Critical Studies in Chapman University’s College of Educational Studies.
After transforming the program at Redlands, new baseball coach Scott Laverty is out to put the Panthers back on top.
Roger Craig Smith ’04 lands dream role as voice actor in Disney’s Planes, combining passions for aviation and all things Disney.
Karen Haren ’71 says it was her comprehensive education in economics that prepared her for a career running award-winning Harvesters Community Food Network, one of the largest food banks in the Midwest.