Chapman nestles into the community it calls home, helping to foster an academic village.
Over the years, Old Towne Orange residents have made their peace with a diverse parade of people in the city that Chapman University calls home. How those Old Towne residents learned to coexist reveals both bitter and sweet chapters of the region’s history.
Research led by Professor Laura Glynn explores how pregnancy restructures the brain and how maternal influence helps shape young lives.
As the director of global enterprise for jewelry-making business Sasa Designs, Megan MacDonald ’02 helps hearing-impaired women in Kenya join the global marketplace.
Ryan Odenwalder (J.D. ’09) was one of the top students at Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law. Although a car accident ended his life in April 2010, his legacy lives on through the Ryan L. Odenwalder Endowed Memorial Scholarship.
A longtime member of the Town & Gown support group as well as the Charles C. Chapman Heritage Society at Chapman University, June Williams passed away in March.
Although Steve Napolitano ’03 pursued history with a passion, and his interest in the law propelled him to a Chapman J.D. degree, these days he’s pouring himself into a whole new pursuit. He co-founded Bottle Logic Brewing.
If you have ever taken an aptitude test, been prodded by a physical therapist to exercise while still aching from surgery, looked skeptically at the government’s justification for foreign involvement or been influenced by propaganda marketing, that was World War I talking, even after all these years.
It was 2008. Shelli Bautista studied the videotaped testimonies of several Holocaust survivors, looking for the one that would inspire her essay. Her essay, inspired by the survivor testimony of Mila Page, won first place in the high school prose category.
Over its 15 years, the Holocaust Art and Writing Contest has become an indispensable crossroads — a place where voices of the past inspire witnesses to the future. And a big tent fills with hope.