Sometimes big statements are best made in small ways. That was the thinking behind a new Commencement tradition begun this year at Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Traditionally, the college gave graduates a medal to wear over their graduation robes as a reminder that they are forever part of the Wilkinson family. This Continue Reading »
On Saturday, May 18, Wilkinson College hosted the 2013 Commencement ceremonies where 393 students participated. Take a look …
Andrew Davies, writer of “Pride and Prejudice” and “Sense and Sensibility” for television, shares inside stories about about adapting Jane Austen during a visit to Chapman University in Orange, CA. While he was in Southern California, Mr. Davies addressed the Jane Austen Society of North America’s Southwest Meeting. This talk is part of the JASNA Continue Reading »
Students from the Art Department currently have their work being featured at the Alpert Jewish Community Center in Long Beach at The Evva Vale 8th Bi-Annual Endowed Art Exhibition and Art Competition. Every two years, through a generous gift from the estate of Evva Vale, former art educator and JCC member, the AJCC has partnered Continue Reading »
“Created Just for the Moment” By Christopher Knight: Los Angeles Times Art Critic Nicolas Shake at Western Project
On May 24, 2013, Los Angeles Times Art Critic, Christopher Knight, wrote a review about Nicolas Shake’s (Department of Art) Western Project. Take a look at what he had to say.
On Saturday, May 18, Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Departments of History, Languages, Peace Studies and Communication Studies and the Center for Global Education hosted a breakfast with Chapman University honorary doctorate recipient, Colonel Gail Halvorsen. In attendance were 2013 Harmon Wilkinson Award recipient Kathy McCarrell, Consul General Bernd Fischer, Chapman University Trustee Continue Reading »
Chapman’s big annual gala event, American Celebration, raises scholarship funds for Chapman students. Here, some of the stars of this annual production – which features more than 100 student performers and crew members – talk about being a part of American Celebration and how their scholarships make it possible for them to attend Chapman.
Chapman University recently commissioned iSanctuary to create a custom keepsake tassel for their graduates from Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Traditionally, Wilkinson College presents a medal to its graduates at the commencement ceremony, however, this year the college wanted to expand the symbolism behind the medal to incorporate the mission of the university. Continue Reading »
Roberts & Tilton Art Gallery in Culver City is pleased to announce Adjunct Art Professor (Chapman University, Art Department) Michael Dopp’s first solo exhibition, Various Positions, June 8 – July 13 (opening reception, June 8, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m). Various Positions represents a complex and variegated approach to painting in which Professor Dopp makes Continue Reading »
This past weekend students and faculty from Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences presented their research at the Hawaii International Conference of Social Sciences in Honolulu, Hawaii. Here is a look at them at the conference and some information about their research. More Conference Photos! Measuring and Improving Faculty Research Productivity in the Social Continue Reading »