Christine Curry, B.A. sociology ’95, has set out to redefine life as a farmer in Grenada, a small island nation in the southeastern Caribbean Sea. Her urge to help the environment and low-income families propelled her into the world of non-profits through her work with The Grenada Goat Dairy Project. Read on to find out what
Charles Bailey , M.A. ’77, has led an incredible life filled with unique experiences ranging from publishing his book about being an Air Force combat pilot, If You Fly… Don’t Crash! , to flying World War II Stearman biplanes with his son to serving on the Chapman Alumni Association Board of Directors in the 1990s. Read
From resident advisors to business partners, Chris Eggleton , B.A. economics and B.S. business administration ’02, and Chris Retzer , B.S. business administration ’01, have been a team for almost 15 years. It all began in an accounting class at Chapman in the spring semester of 1999. “I noticed the girls in class were always
Alumni, join us as we celebrate the Chapman University Panthers’ athletics heritage, past, present and future! What: The 34th Annual Athletics Hall of Fame Ceremony and Banquet When: Saturday, October 26, 2013 Where: Chapman University, Bush Conference Center, Beckman Hall, Room 404 Cost: $75 per person or $700 per table We’re proud
Calling all alumni golfers – join us for the inaugural Panther Golf Tournament! What: The Panther Golf Tournament, hosted by Chapman University’s Executive MBA program and School of Law When: Wednesday, October 16, noon Where: Oak Creek Golf Club, Irvine, CA Cost: $175 before September 1 ($200 after), includes golf, dinner and awards Register for
Ngoni Takawira, Class of 2006, is living proof of the powerful impact that scholarships can make, not just on the students who receive them, but on the communities these students (and alumni) serve. Ngoni is the managing director of GEM Investments Ltd, which aims to provide education and health services to young people in Zimbabwe.
From crime to camels, Samantha Cortese, BFA television broadcast journalism ’11, has the scoop on what’s happening in Palm Springs. Samantha attributes her success as the morning reporter for the CBS and ABC affiliates in Palm Springs to the hard work and connections she made at Chapman. Read on to see what advice Samantha has
What? CUYA Summer Bash: A Toast to the Class of 2013 Who? Chapman alumni who graduated between 2003 and 2013 When? Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 6 – 9 p.m. Where? Valiant Brewing Company, 2294 N. Batavia Street, Orange CA 92865 Tickets: $20 online, $25 at the door Did you graduate between 2003 and 2013? If
How many accountants do you know who have a Super Bowl ring with their name engraved on it? Elizabeth McCroskey , B.S. accounting ’07, does. She’s a senior accountant for the Baltimore Ravens, Super Bowl XLVII champions. In this Alumni Spotlight, Elizabeth gives us a glimpse into her career, offers advice to current students and
As the vice president of Seraphim, Inc. , the production company for author, filmmaker and painter Clive Barker, Mark Miller, BFA film production ’06, has one of the coolest jobs around. Check out this article in USA Today to read about one of Mark’s latest projects and learn more about his collaboration with Barker.