Faith Escalera

Faith Escalera

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A Voice for the Voiceless Flor Gonzalez (JD ’19) aims to make a positive impact on communities.

June 10, 2019 by | Neighbors of Chapman

By Pj Perez While growing up, Fowler School of Law’s 2019 Dean’s Award recipient Flor Gonzalez (JD ‘19) would spend her summers visiting her hometown in Mexico in an off-the-grid, rural community that didn’t seem like a priority for its government. There, she witnessed a community devastated through violence. “That’s why I want to work

A Neighborly Visit with Law Student Juan Valdez

January 8, 2019 by | Neighbors of Chapman

Around the neighborhood, dogs are sometimes as well known as their owners. If you see a handsome boxer working as a service dog in the vicinity of Chapman’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law, that’s probably Tank. The man with him is Juan Valdez, a retired Marine who entered law school last fall, 12 years

Chapman Ecology Students Study How Socioeconomic Factors Influence Biodiversity and Ecological Processes in Santa Ana Jennifer Funk, Ph.D.

January 7, 2019 by | Neighbors of Chapman

What comes to mind if I ask you to picture the word nature? Most of you will conjure an image of an uninhabited forest, a pristine national park, or a remote beach. Very few of you will consider the tree or garden right outside your window. Urban areas, which account for 3 to 5 percent of

Neighborhood Youth Pick Up STEAM at the Orange Library

November 28, 2018 by | Neighbors of Chapman

On a fall Saturday at the Orange Public Library, about 25 middle and high school youth learned some of the secrets of the monarch butterfly migration from Chapman University’s Jeremy Hsu, Ph.D., an assistant instructional professor of biological science. “It was wonderful. The kids learned scientific critical thinking skills in a very unique way,” said

Friendly Visits From Officers Aim to Educate Students

November 28, 2018 by | Neighbors of Chapman

Never underestimate the power of a neighborly visit from officers in uniform. Sgt. Rob Thorsen of the Orange Police Department and Capt. John Kabala of Chapman Public Safety are part of a Chapman University community liaison program aimed at informing students living near campus about how to be good neighbors and the consequences of participating

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