93 posts categorized in



Midyear recession predicted at Chapman’s 45th Economic Forecast President Emeritus Jim Doti led his team of Chapman economists during the 45th annual Economic Forecast

February 3, 2023 by | Updates

For the 45th year, Chapman University President Emeritus Jim Doti forecasted the future of the economy, mixing data with insights from colleagues and humorous takes on his half marathon runs and appearance on “The Bold and the Beautiful.” The major takeaways of the forecast were a projected recession by mid-2023 and a drop in Orange

Chapman increases campus housing with purchase of Anaheim building Chapman University has acquired the Anavia building in the Platinum Triangle area of Anaheim, two blocks away from Chapman Grand

February 3, 2023 by | Updates

A newly acquired apartment building in Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle will make apartments available to more students and will provide a significant increase to the number of students who can reside in campus housing.  The new residence hall, which will be named Chapman Court when it officially opens, is located at 2045 S. State College

Breakthrough research offers game-changing potential for global food security Chapman ecosystem scientist Joshua B. Fisher and research colleagues have produced results that predicted every global food security crisis within record at least three months in advance.

December 16, 2022 by | Updates

“We can now predict 100% of food crashes and recoveries three to six months ahead of time. This is going to save lives,” said Chapman University Presidential Fellow Joshua B. Fisher. In a paper published Sept. 29 in the highly respected journal Nature Sustainability, Fisher and three other investigators detail how their breakthrough research model

Chapman joins Orange community in return of the annual May Parade

May 18, 2022 by | Community

Last weekend, Orange residents and visitors lined the streets for the first Orange May Parade since the pandemic. Hosted by the Orange Chamber of Commerce, the parade featured a procession of vintage cars, bands, dancers, animals and so much more. Various departments at Chapman University participated in the parade, including Community Relations, Chapman Alumni Association,

Chief Randy Burba Retires from Chapman Public Safety

March 7, 2022 by | Updates

After 17 years at Chapman University, Chief of Public Safety Randy Burba retired on March 1. Burba first came to Chapman in August 2005, and has since become one of the most recognizable faces in the neighborhoods surrounding campus. His contributions to the community are many. He expanded the services provided by creating a Fire

Economy will grow, but inflation is sticking around and recession is likely, Chapman economists say

February 14, 2022 by | Updates

Chapman University economists delivered a mixed-bag economic outlook for the coming year, predicting growth and job gains, but also rising inflation and a potential recession in 2023. “We see inflation being very persistent and stubbornly high … Structural inflation is tough to beat,” Chapman economist and President Emeritus Jim Doti said in the annual Economist

Log In
Open Main Menu