Laura Silva

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Six Questions with Professor Lemus Fowler School of Engineering Faculty Highlight

November 18, 2022 by | Fowler School of Engineering

Faculty Name: Anthony Lemus Courses Taught: Engineering 101, Six Sigma Design, Introduction to Medical Devices Current Research: Process Engineering and Biometrics Best form of contact? Email and SLACK Six Questions with Professor Lemus 1. What is your favorite part of teaching at Fowler School of Engineering? Helping and seeing students ideate and develop ideas into

Feminist Theory Is Liberatory Practice Pop-up Exhibition in Argyros Forum

May 11, 2022 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Graduating seniors of the Women’s & Gender Studies Minor Program in Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, recently installed a feminist (theory) pop-up exhibition, “Feminist Theory Is Liberatory Practice,” in Argyros Forum (near the Student Union Lounge). The wall celebrated a number of feminist theorists whose work as scholar-activists seeks to deepen our

Wilkinson College Presents the Ethnic Studies Lecture Series

February 28, 2022 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences continues the commitment to leading the conversation on campus and in our community on issues of humanity, unity, and race with the Ethnic Studies Lecture Series launching March 1. The mini-series, sponsored by the Ethnic Studies Interdisciplinary Minor, will discuss the importance of ethnicity and indigeneity, focusing

Wilkinson Takes the Lead in Creating Health Humanities Minor

February 19, 2022 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

A new Wilkinson College interdisciplinary minor will be available for all Chapman students in fall 2022 — Health Humanities, the result of a Wilkinson-led campus-wide faculty collaboration to design the new curriculum. “I really believe that what happens in this minor can benefit every one of us. It’s an especially good option for Wilkinson students

Homeland Insecurity: Terrorism, Mass Shootings and the Public Faculty Books

February 10, 2022 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

Between 2009 and 2020, 1,363 people in the United States were killed and 947 more were wounded in 240 mass shootings, an average of 20 shootings each year. The number of terrorist attacks on the United States between 1995 and 2019 totals 856, killing 3,492 Americans. Despite these trends, most Americans just don’t know what

Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Environmental Justice Podcast Series

January 20, 2022 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

As the Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Environmental Justice series comes to a close, Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences would like to continue the conversation. We invite you to explore the Engaging the World six-part podcast series which offers more in-depth dialogue on environmental justice with the experts who participated

Faculty Books: Difficult Joy

January 7, 2022 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

As part of a 4-book poetry series he calls “Green Party Tetralogy,” Dr. Brian Glaser, associate professor (English) in Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, completes the collection with Difficult Joy (Shanti Arts, Dec. 2021). The final installment focuses on two main areas, leftist radical poetics of the Surrealists and the Dadaists, and

FEMFEST 2021

December 13, 2021 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

The Women’s and Gender Studies (WGST) interdisciplinary program in Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences recently hosted their first ever FEMFEST, a (soon-to-be annual) event when WGST students, instructors, and friends of the program gather to celebrate feminist scholarly work and to build a stronger feminist community on campus. Wilkinson College faculty, Angelica

Faculty Books: Being Somebody and Black Besides

December 9, 2021 by | The Voice of Wilkinson

“I promised him that I would somehow get his ‘SOMEBODY,’ published.” So stated Wilkinson College Presidential Fellow in Peace Studies Prexy Nesbitt, who turned co-editing his uncle’s memoir into a labor of love. “Being Somebody and Black Besides: An Untold Memoir of Midcentury Black Life,” by Chicagoan George B. Nesbitt, and co-edited by P. Nesbitt

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