In today’s evolving healthcare environment, a team approach is increasingly likely. Chapman University students are on the cutting edge of training for that new healthcare paradigm.
The opening of a new permanent exhibit devoted to the work of Huell Howser attracts thousands of fans.
Cusco, Peru, welcomes visitors with lush green mountains and unique cultural adventures. This is the new home of Rebecca Williams ’09, who’s business is all about immersing visitors in the authentic culture of Peru.
A passion for learning and gratitude for support have guided Sabrina Landa ’06 throughout her educational and professional life. And now that she’s balancing work, study and teaching, she has advice for students.
A challenging case with miles of complications puts Dr. Matthew Barcellona ’99 at the hub of team care.
The Chapman Global Arts Performance Program, founded by the Kay Family Foundation and in partnership with Paciﬁc Symphony, launched its ﬁrst Global Arts Festival, initiating an important annual cultural event that will salute and explore the arts and music of a different region of the world each year.
Football was his game, and he thought it would be his future. He was a senior at a powerhouse high school, and serious college football scholarships were on the horizon. Then one day it all ripped apart. During recovery is when Rich Coury, ’94 (MPT ’96), decided to dedicate his future to physical therapy.
For the past eight years, Chancellor Daniele Struppa, Ph. D., has led Chapman University’s academic growth, infusing its intellectual life with robust research, teaching and student-scholar interaction. This spring, the University’s Board of Trustees awarded the highest praise for that remarkable work, officially naming Struppa “presidential designate” and successor to President Jim Doti, Ph.D., when Doti eventually retires.
Anna Romiti ’01 knew she wanted to make a world of difference in her career. Now, as president of California-based communications agency Reveille, the spirit of global citizenship that Romiti developed while a student at Chapman still carries through in her work.
After a romance that was all love letters and Johnny Mathis, Emilie and Terry spent 50 years apart. Now the Class of ’64 sweethearts are newlyweds at last, and the moonlight is magic again.