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Santiago Charter Middle School celebrates strong writing partnership with Chapman

August 4, 2022 by | Community

Seventh and eighth grade students at Santiago Charter Middle School (part of the Orange Unified School District) participated in a 10-week writing workshop alongside student mentors from Chapman University. In addition to cultivating their writing development through brainstorming, drafting and revising their written works, the Santiago students were encouraged to develop a genuine passion for

Students work as philanthropists via the Panther Experiential Philanthropy Project to promote health and wellness

December 7, 2021 by | Community

This semester, students in Chapman’s Integrated Educational Studies (IES) program had the opportunity to work as philanthropists thanks to the Panther Experiential Philanthropy Project, or PEPP. PEPP is an innovative new program at Chapman University aiming to connect students to community problems, needs, and local solutions. By providing classes grants of up to $2,000, students become

Virtual Community Math Learning Center Opens with Free Online Resources Graduate students leverage virtual tools and online spaces to create rich mathematical experiences

June 1, 2021 by | Community

Faculty and students in Chapman University’s Teacher Education program have launched a new Community Math Learning Center that integrates teacher education training and community math enrichment. The math center uses a virtual learning environment to serve local families and youth while giving teachers in training at Chapman hands-on practice. The primary goal of the program

Students promote social justice work of local nonprofits through philanthropy The Panther Experiential Philanthropy Project fosters another group of student philanthropists

May 6, 2021 by | Community

“I just feel blessed that this is the university in the city of Orange that we get to partner with” said Martha Wade, founder of A Quarter Blue, as she accepted a donation presented by students Rebecca Denny and Caroline Knapp.  “The future is bright because of the professors who are pointing to students and

Orange Unified School District Partners with Chapman Teacher Candidates MA in Curriculum and Instruction graduate students apply their knowledge through hands-on fieldwork

December 15, 2020 by | Community

Amy Sara Lim remembers the first time she stepped into an OUSD classroom. Lim, who graduated from Chapman with a BA in English and a minor in Secondary Education last spring and is now a fifth-year MA in Curriculum and Instruction (MACI) graduate student, was in the first cohort to pilot a new fieldwork model

You’re invited to TPI’s first Virtual Disability Summit Thompson Policy Institute offers free presentations given by leading experts focusing on inclusion and transition for individuals with disabilities

September 16, 2020 by | Events

The work of the Thompson Policy Institute (TPI) is to propose real-world solutions to these barriers and disseminate ideas, practices, and policies to those who have influence over the lives of people with disabilities.  These “influencers” include individuals with disabilities, their families, policymakers, caregivers, professionals, and even the general public who control the perception of

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