Pause for a moment to admire the vibrant flowers of the ruby glow tea tree. Keep an eye out for pollinators as you pass the hummingbird yucca. Bend to get a closer look at the emerald green leaves of the carpet manzanita. These verdant opportunities extend throughout Chapman University. And now the experiences are more
On June 22, Chapman University President Emeritus Jim Doti gave an update on his 45th Economic Forecast, sticking with his December 2022 prediction of a recession in 2023. “We’re pointing to a negative change in the third quarter and the fourth quarter, and that’s the stuff of a recession, perhaps a moderate one … certainly
This April, elementary students at Youth Centers of Orange (YCO) Spring Break Camp got to learn about science with hands-on experiments courtesy of ThinkMED, a Chapman student organization that supports STEM learning. The experiments included working with non-Newtonian fluids and the students making their own lava lamps. “ThinkMED has been able to share their knowledge
Each semester, students get to experience the joys and challenges of philanthropic giving as part of an innovative educational program at Chapman, the Panther Experiential Philanthropy Project (PEPP). Students enrolled in courses such as IES 103 “Philosophy of Helping” are charged with the task of awarding grants of up to $2,000 to local nonprofit organizations.
The Hilbert Museum of California Art celebrated the official groundbreaking of its renovation on Feb. 15. The yearlong construction project, which will repurpose the neighboring building recently vacated by Chapman’s Department of Dance, will triple the size of the museum, adding galleries, event spaces, a café and a research library. Since opening in 2016, the
From the effects of toxic stress during early childhood to developmental issues related to balance and gait. From infection risk in pediatric cancer patients to the mining of big data to reduce hospital readmissions. Across a range of research projects, the connections between Chapman University and Children’s Health of Orange County (CHOC) grow stronger every
President Struppa welcomed representatives from 100 organizations to the 2023 State of the University address, honoring them for their status as “Top Employers” and thanking them for their continuing commitment to “Think Chapman First.” Representing a diverse range of industries from across the country, Chapman’s Top Employers are honored each year for the strength of