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Kay Graduate Scholar Develops Bias Free Algorithm for Schools

November 13, 2019 by | Research and Creative Activity at Chapman

Inspired by his child’s participation in a middle school school science competition, Lance Clifner after observing the negative influence of parental bias in team formation, recognized the significance of generating performance-based, objectively selected teams to maximize students’ potential. As a result, Lance developed a revolutionary algorithm that minimizes parental bias. The algorithm that he generated has not only been used to create Science Olympiad teams, but also has

2019 – 2020 Faculty Opportunity Fund

November 11, 2019 by | Research and Creative Activity at Chapman

In collaboration with Provost Glenn Pfeiffer and Faculty Fellow Rennolds Ostrom, I would like to announce the 3rd year of the Faculty Opportunity Fund program that provides competitive merit-based support for short-term non-renewable projects as described below. These projects are intended to support Chapman University faculty in the development of new and innovative research, scholarship

Seminar – Observing the Terrestrial Water Cycle from Space Dr. Venkataraman (Venkat) Lakshmi

October 28, 2019 by | Research and Creative Activity at Chapman

Please join us at the joint seminar presented by the Office of Research and the Computational and Data Science (CADS) program   Observing the Terrestrial Water Cycle from Space Dr. Venkataraman (Venkat) Lakshmi – University of Virginia   This talk will present innovations for downscaling soil moisture to 1km and its validation with ground and

Welcome, Megan Faulkner – Sponsored Project Analyst

October 9, 2019 by | Research and Creative Activity at Chapman

Please join the Office of Research in welcoming Megan Faulkner to Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences as our new Sponsored Project Analyst.  Megan received her BA in Psychology and Social Behavior from the University of California, Irvine (UCI) and has over 14 years of experience in human subjects health and development research centering

Institutional Review Board (IRB) Guidelines Updated

September 16, 2019 by | Research and Creative Activity at Chapman

The IRB committee recently updated the Guidelines for Recruitment of Research Participants to include a section on “Recruitment Using Electronic Media” This new section is more inclusive (e-mails, websites, listservs, etc.), does a better job of defining terms (or at least providing examples), and have concrete recommendations. Please contact us at irb@chapman.edu or via phone at

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