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OSHPD Scholarships Awarded to CSD Grad Students Daniela Jurado ’21 and Kimi Phippen ’21

June 18, 2020 by | Students

M.S. Communication Sciences & Disorders graduate students Daniela Jurado ’21 and Kimi Phippen ’21 got a big surprise last month! They were both recipients of OSHPD’s California Advanced Practice Healthcare Scholarship giving them $25,000 each for one year of school. Recipients of this prestigious and highly competitive scholarship agree to a 12-month service obligation practicing

Academic Stars of 2020 A listing of undergraduates receiving honors and special recognition from their departments

May 21, 2020 by | Students

The annual undergraduate Senior Celebration banquet and ceremony was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the Departments of Health Sciences and Psychology have decided to publish the names of all awardees TODAY! We will post a slideshow presentation of these names to our social media channels later in the day. Congratulations to all for

Becoming a Competitive Medical School Applicant Health Sciences Senior Erin Nolte '20 shares her Pre-Med journey

February 26, 2020 by Erin Nolte '20 | Students

As graduation approaches and I prepare to apply for medical school, I reflect upon a time when I was genuinely overwhelmed about getting enough experience to be a competitive applicant. As any pre-health student can attest to, there is so much importance placed on getting involved in leadership, research, and patient care, all while keeping

MFT Grad Students Reflect on the “Balanced Families” Experience Guest Authored by Margaret Guzman '20 and Alexandra Anguiano '20

January 30, 2020 by | Students

We are Margaret Guzman ’20 and Alexandra Anguiano ’20, third-year Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) students. This past fall, we were honored to co-facilitate a psychotherapeutic group for parents of children diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy as part of the “Balanced Families” program. Hosted by the Department of Physical Therapy (PT) with participation from MFT faculty

PA Students Receive Jon P. Dyer and Keith Dyer Fellowship Awards

January 16, 2020 by | Students

On December 13, 2019, PA Studies graduate students Dominique Borchard and Max Kupferman were surprised in class with the news that they were the recipients of the Jon P. Dyer and Keith Dyer Fellowship Awards   Jon’s passion for advancing the future of medical caregiving is based on his experience caring for his late brother Keith,

Elizabeth Dingbaum ’20 Shares her Experience as a PAEA Future Educators Fellow

December 3, 2019 by Elizabeth Dingbaum | News

Hello everyone! My name is Elizabeth Dingbaum ’20, and I am a grad student at Chapman University’s Physician Assistant (PA) Studies program. I was one of fifteen students selected to be a Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) Future Educator Fellow for the 2019-2020 year. This fellowship is designed to help current PA students learn about

Thinking About a Semester Abroad? Getting Information Just Got Easier Global Education Drop-in Advising Comes to Crean Hall

November 21, 2019 by | News

Beginning Spring 2020, The Center for Global Education (CGE) is happy to announce walk-in Global Education Advising for Crean College. Caroline DeStefano, the Global Education Advisor for health science, applied human physiology, and psychology majors, will be at Crean Hall to answer any questions regarding semester abroad programs, international internships, and faculty-led travel courses. Stay

Ting Qin ’21 Appointed Student Representative of OC-CAMFT

November 1, 2019 by | News

The Orange County chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (OC-CAMFT) is dedicated to advancing the art and science of the MFT profession. The Chapter provides an educationally, emotionally, and professionally supportive atmosphere for licensed and pre-licensed members to grow individually and as a group. Recently, Crean College of Health & Behavioral

Meet the Undergraduate Peer Advisors Emily, Natasha, and Diana are here to Help!

October 10, 2019 by | News

Chapman offers students many options when it comes to advising. First, there is the Academic Advising Center, which offers help with general ed, transfer credit, petitions, and registration. Second, there is your faculty advisor who can provide program-specific guidance. Career advising and internship support is also available, conveniently provided in-house by Heidi Swanson. Then, there

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