Half the school year has gone by. You think about the upcoming Holiday break, wondering what to do. Some of your friends are traveling. Others are going home. Some are even doing an internship. Wait, an internship? Internships provide students with on-the-job experience in a corporate or academic setting. From these experiences, students can discover
Healthy eating is becoming a rising trend in American society. Capturing big names like Michelle Obama in her “Let’s Move” initiative, the USDA has proven that Americans are choosing healthier, fresher foods, but at what cost? Is America trading one epidemic for another? With Salmonella and E. coli on the American radar since the outbreaks
Tuesday, December 9th, 2014– 8:00PM —AF 209B Complimentary Refreshments will be provided Organizations are afraid to comment on it. Big businesses have influence over it. Policies and congress have more to act upon it. According to Kip Anderson, filmmaker and activist, there is a secret that is being kept from the general public about the very
The Institute for Quantum Studies presents a lecture titled, God’s Dice: Quantum Mechanics from Einstein to the internet to the pernicious Influence of the future of the past, with Aephraim Steinberg from the University of Toronto, on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the Fish Interfaith Chapel. About the event: While
It was an overwhelming sight at the George H. W. Bush Conference Center on November 12 at the 4th annual campus-wide Faculty Research Expo. This event has been hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Research since its inception and is a true manifestation of the office’s commitment to providing research opportunities to its undergraduate students.
At this year’s International Food Fair a dish called “Pav Bhaji” or “Pao Bhaji” really tantalized tastebuds. The team of consisting of Akanksha Jain, Sridhruthi Abbaraju, Vijay Mathivanan, Tushar Sawant, Dhwani Patel, Maulik Pandya, and Vineel Parvatanemi from the Food Science and Business departments prepared the dish. The team’s dish actually won “Best Flavor” while in competition
Aneesha Prakash is a computer science major, math minor and president of Women in Science and Technology at Chapman. Though the ratios of females to males in science and technology have been improving, the rate of change is not as fast as it could be and women are still not equals in all STEM areas. Part of the
Join us for two upcoming math and computational science research seminars October 21 and 24 in Von Neumann Hall. Speaker: Prof. Daniel Alpay, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel Tuesday October 21st 2014 at 4pm (tea and cookies at 3:30pm) in Von Neumann Hall Title: Linear combination interpolation, Cuntz relations and infinite products (joint work
Attention all Schmid College majors and minors! Schmid College academic advising sessions will be: Tuesday, October 28 | 4:30-6:30 p.m. Argyros Forum 209 ABC Wednesday, October 29 | 4:30-6:30 p.m. Henley Hall basement Get all of your advising questions answered! spring and interterm schedules major and minor advising academic updates faculty advice Peer support 4-year plans FREE PIZZA! RSVP
Get your 4-year plan on the map (or back on track) at the Biology 4-Year-Plan-O-Rama! The event is tailored for freshmen and sophomores but upperclassmen are also welcome. There will be two sessions, (both in Hashinger 50): Tuesday, October 21 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 22 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.