During the spring and summer 2019 Agriculture Outreach program provided hands-on farming experience to 8 Orange High School (OHS) students from the Special Education Department in the class of Mr. Damian Paez. Head of the Agriculture Outreach Program is Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Hagop Atamian, Ph.D. The goal of this program is to teach
The lights dim. The room grows quiet. The director yells, “Quiet on the set,” as actors take their positions and the camera operator sets up for a medium shot. The scene could be straight from a Hollywood sound stage. Except that in this case, the eyes looking through the lens belong to a 9-year-old student.
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
Inside the last standing formerly segregated “Mexican school” in Southern California, 21 new Chapman students learned about the past of the community they are joining from members of the Orange Barrio Historical Society. The students who visited the renovated schoolhouse – now owned by the University – were part of the Common Ground track of
Over the weekend of October 11-13, Chapman University will be celebrating its annual Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration. The schedule of events includes the grand opening of the Keck Center for Science and Engineering, distinguished alumni awards, faculty master classes, the annual chili cook-off, homecoming football game, and so much more! Registration and the full event schedule
On Wednesday, October 3 at 6:30pm, President Daniele C. Struppa will moderate a panel discussion with the authors of Let’s Chat: Cultivating Community University Dialogue. The Chapman University Padres Unidos Partnership is described as the “coffee table textbook” on partnerships, and shares stories that connect a non-profit community organization and a university. The stories highlighted
Thanks to a community service program created by Chapman University student Jacob Pace ’20, the Orange Senior Center now offers free tech help from college students for people over the age of 50 during the academic year. “It was all on his own that he did this,” said Katherine Connaghan, executive director of the senior