The Stars of Senior Celebration 2019Another record year for students graduating with honors and special recognition awards
May 22, 2019
On May 16, 2019 Crean College of Health & Behavioral Sciences held its annual Senior Celebration, formerly known as Senior Honors Banquet. Graduating seniors in our undergraduate programs and their familes enjoyed a lovely dinner followed by an awards ceremony recognizing those with outstanding academic achievement in their major. Dean Hill kicked off the ceremony by honoring Associate Professor of Psychology, Connie Shears. Dr. Shears will be retiring from Chapman after 17 years of amazing service. She was presented with an honorary plate and a plaque.Here is a list of the student honorees:Department of Psychology- Program Honors (3.5 cumulative G.P.A. )Dalal Alfaris, Liz Ball, Justine Bautista, Marie Bedel, Bella Bendix, Jye Bold, Andie Burns, Jenna Cagatao, Caroline DeStefano, Ashleigh Dimpflmaier, Chris Falco, Erica Green, Kim Gump, Amber Hopkins, Sakura Kato, Morgan Kindel, Nasma Kublawi, Caroline Kutschbach, Cristina Martinez, Tyler McEwen, Hannah Pickerill, Emily Reyes, Alexis Rivera, Jake Roberts, Allison Sides, Samantha Stetson, Alyssa Switaj, Jake Uyeda, Anneke Virk, Brooke Wittenmeier, Danielle ZahnDepartment of Psychology- College Honors (3.5 cumulative G.P.A plus research)Marie Bedel, Bella Bendix, Jye Bold, Andie Burns, Ashleigh Dimpflmaier, Chris Falco, Erica Green, Amber Hopkins, Morgan Kindel, Nasma Kulawi, Caroline Kutschbach, Hanna Pickerill, Alexis Rivera, James Roberts, Samantha Stetson, Alyssa Switaj, Jake Uyeda, Anneke Virk, Danille ZahnDepartment of Psychology- Club President Chris Costa (Phi Chi International Honor’s Society)Department of Psychology- Outstanding ResearchMorgan Kindel, Amber Hopkins, Ashleigh DimpflmaierDepartment of Psychology- Outstanding ThesisJye Bold, Erica Green, Nasma KublawiDepartment of Psychology- Scholar Athletes of the YearJessica Blum and Danielle ZahnDepartment of Psychology- Outstanding SeniorDanille ZahnDepartment of Health Sciences & Kinesiology- Program HonorsAmy Abram, Noah Barrett, Lauren Birch, Olivia Boyd, Tiffany Bui, Elena Dennis, Nykaela Dodson, Katelyn Dykhuis, Matthew Eclevia, Sabrina Evanson, Johnathan Farris, Austin Ferguson, Hannah Fozkos, Ryann Garcia, Alexandra Heffley, Cameron James, Courtney Justus, Kristina Kalinkin, Alex Lee, Isabella Murray, Elyse Nishikawa, Ashley Park, Kaitlyn Raymundo, Tessa Reiss, Erin Schirle, Cody Shishido, Madison Sielski, Jonah Soltes, Joshua Tam, Kathleen Thornsberry, Eric Tran, Erin Tsuji, Sadie Weins, Jordan Wilhelm, Natalie Wong, Joon Yang, Veronica YimDepartment of Health Sciences & Kinesiology- College Honors (in alphabetical order)Noah Barrett, Olivia Boyd, Tiffany Bui, Elena Dennis, Matthew Eclevia, Ryann Garcia, Cameron James, Courtney Justus, Isabella Murray, Kaitlyn Raymundo, Cody Shishido, Joshua Tam, Kathleen Thornsberry, Veronica YimDepartment of Health Sciences & Kinesiology- Service AwardsLauren Birch, Kaitlyn Dykhuis, Isabella Murray, Madison Sielski, and Erin SchirleDepartment of Health Sciences & Kinesiology- Club Presidents Emma Hughes, Matthew Eclevia, Alex Lee, Madison Sielski, Simrun UrsaniDepartment of Health Sciences & Kinesiology- Scholar-Athletes of the YearCourtney Justus, Kaitlyn Raymundo, Tessa Reiss, Jonah Soltes, and Sadie WiensDepartment of Health Sciences & Kinesiology- Special RecognitionRyann GarciaDepartment of Health Sciences & Kinesiology- Students of the YearHannah Fozkos and Veronica YimCongratulations to all of the honorees and the entire class of 2019!
With 1,782 total volunteer hours, Chapman’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program won first place in the 2019-2020 California Outreach Challenge. The Challenge is an annual state-wide competition that runs from September through mid-March and encourages student Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants from all educational programs in the state to volunteer in their local
On Tuesday, the School of Pharmacy and Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences sent the message below to our faculty, staff, and students. In addition, in a recent email to a concerned student, I highlighted Crean College’s long-standing commitment to diversity and inclusion and then committed to renewing our efforts to address systemic racism