Posts by CJ Simonson

Simple Science: “Burning” Money through Chemistry! Dr. Jerry LaRue shows us the chemistry behind a fun magic trick.

January 10, 2017 by | Schmid College of Science and Technology

Did you know that Chapman recently broke ground on its most innovative building to date? The 140,000 square-foot Center for Science and Technology is the manifestation of Chapman’s ongoing commitment to scientific advancement and discovery. Get your future Panthers in the scientific spirit with this engaging and silly experiment, recommended by Chapman’s own Dr. Jerry LaRue, head

Simple Science: Making Bread In A Bag Food Science Professor Anu Prakash offers a fun and simple way for kids to make bread in a zip lock bag.

October 7, 2016 by | Schmid College of Science and Technology

Did you know that Chapman recently broke ground on its most innovative building to date? The 140,000 square-foot Center for Science and Technology is the manifestation of Chapman’s ongoing commitment to scientific advancement and discovery. Get your future Panthers in the scientific spirit with this engaging and silly experiment, recommended by Chapman’s own Anu Prakash,

Science on Tap Returns for the 2016 – 2017 Season Wearable technology, food fraud, quantum computers, and more fuel this years varied discussion topics

October 3, 2016 by | Schmid College of Science and Technology

After an incredibly successful 2015-2016 season for Schmid College’s Science on Tap series, we’re pleased to finally announce the upcoming slate for the 2016-2017 season! Science on Tap is an on-going series of talks that feature Chapman University faculty and Southern California experts exploring the intersection of science and culture. It has evolved to be a meeting place where students, faculty,

One Chapman College Graduate and the Apollo Space Program Alumnus Cal (Collins) Roe '62

September 8, 2016 by | Schmid College of Science and Technology

Cal (Collins) Roe grew up in Burbank, CA, where he graduated high school and studied engineering at a local community college. Following his then-girlfriend’s example, Roe enrolled in chemistry classes and then decided to join his girlfriend at Chapman College to study the chemistry of plastic materials – a decision that would set the pace of the rest of his career. Pursuing plastics

What is the White Coat Ceremony, and What Does It Mean? School of Pharmacy students weigh in on what makes the White Coat Ceremony so important.

August 18, 2016 by | School of Pharmacy

Chapman University’s School of Pharmacy (CUSP) is hosting its second White Coat Ceremony on Friday, August 26th. This ceremony marks the beginning of their professional pharmacy education, with 77 students going through the tradition. But what exactly IS a white coat ceremony? Everyone knows the white coats in question –  they’ve been worn by doctors

Simple Science: Making Your Own Summer Putty Dean Andrew Lyon offers an easy experiment to make with your kids this summer

July 7, 2016 by | Schmid College of Science and Technology

Did you know that Chapman recently broke ground on its most innovative building to date? The 140,000 square-foot Center for Science and Technology is the manifestation of Chapman’s ongoing commitment to scientific advancement and discovery. Get your future Panthers in the scientific spirit with this engaging and silly experiment, recommended by Chapman’s own Andrew Lyon, Dean

Inaugural Program Honors and Capstone Conference Showcases The Brilliance of the Class of 2016 The conference featured knowledge that could have "potential impact locally, globally, and individually"

May 11, 2016 by | Schmid College of Science and Technology

On Saturday, May 7, 2016, Schmid College of Science and Technology hosted its inaugural Program Honors & Capstone Conference. The event served as an opportunity for Schmid honors students to present their research to faculty, staff, peers and the public in a conference style setting that featured over 25 speakers and a formal breakfast. “It

Pharmacy Law, SB493, Continues To Be Delayed In The Midst Of Regulatory Debates Chapman University School of Pharmacy professor's weigh in on why its taken the law so long to come to fruition, and what it means for the profession.

March 23, 2016 by | School of Pharmacy

A law was passed in 2013 to allow pharmacists at locations like CVS and Rite Aid to initiate therapy and dispense birth control medications WITHOUT patients first seeing a physician or other healthcare provider. The law aims to make it easier for women to get hormonal contraceptives. That 2013 law was supposed to have been

Senior Psychology Student Sohini Mukherjee Discusses Presenting At The American Psychosomatic Society Held every year in March, the APS's Annual Meeting is an extremely prestigious honor.

March 23, 2016 by | Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences

Sohini Mukherjee is graduating in May with a double major in English and psychology, and has been studying diarrheal diseases in India since she was a sophomore at Chapman University. Less than two years after traveling to Denver, Colo., to present a research project titled Study of Socioeconomic, Sanitation and Hygiene Factors as Determinants of

The Return of ChapmanU Science On Tap After a successful run of speakers in the Fall, ChapmanU Science On Tap returns to Provisions Market for three more discussions in the Spring.

January 25, 2016 by | Schmid College of Science and Technology

Click here to see the current lineup of Science on Tap live events. You walk into Provision Market in the Orange Circle and immediately you’re hit with a dozen different scents. The sweet aromas of coffee, hops, sandwiches and meat and cheese plates fill the air. And sitting attentively on stools and benches are people

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