Daniel Drummond ’14 is a graduate student from Brazil working toward a masters degree in Film Production. He has BFA in Digital Arts from Chapman. Daniel is an International Ambassador and shares his ambitions of becoming a film maker through opportunities at Chapman and globally. When I decided to pursue my film education in the
Clio Brady ’20 is a sociology major with a music minor who studied abroad at The Chinese University Hong Kong in Fall 2018. She shares her study abroad story, how it changed her, tips for social media use while abroad and finally info on applying for study abroad scholarships. Hi! My name is Clio Brady.
Different from the typical western New Year’s celebration, the Chinese New Year celebration lasts for 15 days! When does it end? It ends with the Chinese Lantern Festival (Yuánxiāo jié in Chinese) which is the 15th day of the first month in the Chinese lunar calendar. During the Chinese Lantern Festival, children go out at
Over the past two weeks, Dr. Shana Welles and I were fortunate enough to accompany 14 Chapman students on an expedition to the Galápagos Islands, where we explored the amazing biodiversity, ecology, and evolution found in this volcanic archipelago. The students were enrolled in an Interterm environmental science course taught by Dr. Fred Caporaso and
The Spring 2019 Study Abroad Fair and Lantern Festival, featuring programs from around the globe, will be held on Tuesday, February 19 from 10 – 2 p.m. in the Attallah Piazza. Staff from the Center for Global Education, Chapman faculty, and representatives from various departments on campus and overseas institutions will be present to answer
In an exciting development for STEM, humanities, and business majors, Chapman University is partnered with EuroScholars to provide a unique semester abroad opportunity, allowing undergraduates to experience studying internationally with research opportunities. The partnership, which launched in the 2017 academic year, gives students the opportunity to undertake a course in the classroom and then work
The island-nation of Taiwan offers highly ranked education, convenient public transportation, a focus on the environment and energy, world-renowned street food, and a high quality of living. Undergraduate students can participate in a semester abroad exchange at Feng Chia University in the city of Taichung where they can take business courses taught in English, Chinese
The Center for Global Education is pleased to announce that Ammy Nguyen and Karmen Pantoja are two of 844 American undergraduate students from 335 colleges and universities across the United States selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for spring 2019 study abroad. Ammy will be studying on an intensive Spanish language