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Rebecca Hall ’96 Thinks Chapman First

September 25, 2014 by | Career

Rebecca Hall ’96 takes her enthusiasm for Chapman University beyond her membership in Chapman50 and service on the Board of Governors to her award-winning full-service branding, marketing and public relations agency, Idea Hall . The Costa Mesa-based agency is growing with some very exciting work and a team full of Chapman University alumni, including the

Weaving a Good Cause into a Sustainable Business

August 22, 2014 by | Alumni Impact

While on a service trip to Guatemala, Chapman University alumna Amy Logan ’13 and her mother, Kathy Burt, witnessed something truly amazing. In the small town of San Martin Chiquito, they saw a group of women weavers working diligently to create bright, soulful tapestries. These women lived in damp, dirty and impoverished conditions, often sacrificing

Chapman50: The New Generation of Chapman Leaders

August 4, 2014 by | Alumni Guest Post

Chapman50 is an exclusive group designed to connect influential Chapman University alumni leaders in a university-wide network unlike any other. Chapman50 enacts the mission of Chapman University by encouraging alumni leadership and professional development in all fifty states and across the globe. Candidates are civic and professional leaders capable of accelerating Chapman’s international reputation.

Chapman Alumni + Happy Hour = Chappy Hour

July 11, 2014 by | Events

Our college days might be over, but we still know how to have a good time! Our time at Chapman was not just about studying; it was also about building relationships and making connections. These connections helped us grow and thrive as students and they are just as important today. Why not find a way to continue building connections

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Dance

June 17, 2014 by | Alumni Impact

When Chapman alumnus Craig Shields, B.M. instrumental performance/education ’12, joined the musician staff at The Wooden Floor , he didn’t realize the job would be a life-altering experience. “My worldview has definitely expanded since I started working at The Wooden Floor,” says Craig. The Wooden Floor, located in Santa Ana, is a nonprofit organization that

Alumni Blog Post Round-Up

January 15, 2014 by | Uncategorized

Check out these recent alumni stories from across the Chapman University blogosphere: Happenings From Twitter to Sundance, film alumnus pens a message with ‘Dear White People’ » With a song and a cocktail, alumnus will assemble that dastardly bookshelf » Chapman Magazine Former Marine Philip A. Quigley ’13 Prepares for a Career in Government » Matt Jekowsky ’12:

Alumni Staff at Chapman (Alumni Guest Post: Susan Winton ’86, M.S. ’93)

December 16, 2013 by Susan Winton ’86 (M.S. ’93) | Alumni Guest Post

Did you know that we have approximately 300 alumni working at Chapman University?  As an alumna myself, working at Chapman in the employment services department, I see many applications from fellow alumni applying for jobs here on campus.  I also receive phone calls from alumni asking how they can get a job at Chapman.  When

Alumni Spotlight: Beau Menchaca (M.A. ’02)

September 4, 2013 by | Alumni Spotlight

Beau Menchaca, M.A. counseling ’02, a counselor for the Santa Ana Unified School District, was recently recognized with the Santa Ana Unified School District’s 2013 Support Staff of the Year award. He has a passion for working in education and serves as the Higher Education Coordinator at Century High School in Santa Ana, Calif. Read on

Alumni Spotlight: Christine Curry ’95

August 26, 2013 by | Alumni Spotlight

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

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