On Wednesday March 15th, Beckman Hall Room 404 was fully packed with Chapman University students, faculty and staff, all eagerly awaiting the presentation from transgender mother Jessica Lynn. Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences partnered with the Psychology Department to sponsor Jessica Lynn’s presentation on a transgender mother’s struggles and challenges with parental rights.
March Events: Jessica Lynn’s Transgender Journey – Wednesday March 15, 2017 7pm-8pm – Beckman Hall 404 AMSA general meeting – Ms. Leslie Lim – Representative from Marshall B. Ketchum School of PA Studies – Wednesday March 15th, 2017 from 7pm-8pm in SC 150 DPT Information Session – Saturday March 18, 2017 9am -1pm – RSVP
During this time of year where many are considering New Year’s resolutions and looking to how to improve their lives and local community, Crean College reflects on the amazing future ahead for the health sciences. Several events occurred in Crean that showcased the active role our faculty and staff are taking in being
In October of 2015 the Public Policy Institute of California released an article titled “ Will California Run Out of College Graduates ” which spoke about the potential issue of universities and colleges not providing enough students to fill high end jobs. This is a reiteration of a conversation that had been happening for years
Meet Crean’s Newsletter Committee!! Yasi Sanandaj is a Health Sciences major and Psychology minor. She is a Los Angeles native and loves to read books, discover new desserts, and spend time with her family. As a Crean Senator on behalf of the Student Government Association (SGA), she is very excited to see the Crean community
Undergraduate students studying various fields from art and film to public relations and advertising to psychology all gathered in the Sandhu Conference Center on Wednesday December 7th. Crean College had six students representing, all of which were undergraduate psychology majors. The topics these students presented on included emotional levels experienced by bilinguals versus monolinguals,
Since 2012 Chapman’s Doctorate Physical Therapy (DPT) students have volunteered for the Special Olympics. This year faculty member Dr. Sara Gilliland and close to 40 DPT students participated in and helped out with the Special Olympics November 12th and 13th. The DPT students worked with the FUNfitness testing as part of the Health Athletes
The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Minority Fellowship is an incredibly prestigious fellowship that can be awarded to an MFT student in the discipline of Marriage and Family Therapy. The minority fellowship program is “dedicated to expanding the delivery of culturally competent mental health and substance abuse services to understand minority
On Monday October 10th students from Chapman University, CSU Fullerton, and CSU Long Beach gathered to hear National Athletic Training Association (NATA) president Scott Sailor, EdD, ATC, give a presentation to over 50 students. This was the second time NATA’s president had ever come to Chapman’s campus, the first time being over 6 years ago.
With the inauguration of Chapman University’s 13th President, Daniele Struppa, the campus was beaming with pride and had countless events for students, families, alumni, and guests to attend in honor of President Struppa. One of these key events was a discussion forum moderated by Chapman’s Psychology Chair Dr. Laura Glynn, Ph.D. titled “Through the Window