Crean College Faculty Members Receive Innovation in Diversity & Inclusion Research Awards

January 21, 2021 by | Faculty

Chapman’s Office of Research and Creativity received 25 proposals from faculty seeking funding for research projects that explore diversity and inclusion. Only seven projects received funding with two going to Crean College faculty members Jennifer Robinette, Ph.D., and Jason Douglas, Ph.D. The project titles are as follows: Observing Neighborhood Disorder Surrounding Tobacco Shops, Off-Sale Alcohol


We're Obsessed With The "Minds N' Motion" YouTube Channel

January 15, 2021 by | Alumni

Alumna Lacey Everett ’20 recently launched a new YouTube (YT) channel called Minds N’ Motion, and we can’t stop watching! On her website’s personal statement, Everett has this to say: “I believe that anyone can heal from life’s setbacks and every person should have access to mental health care. A healthy mindset will lead to


Co-Teaching Grant Awarded to Crean Faculty for Exciting New Course in Neuroscience

January 7, 2021 by | Faculty

Crean College is thrilled to announce that the Faculty Development Council (FDC) 2021-22 Co-Teaching Competition Grant was awarded to three of our distinguished faculty members for their course, Neural Computation. Congratulations to Dr. Uri Maoz, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Member of The Brain Institute, Dr. Aaron Schurger, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Member of


2020 Jon and Keith Dyer Fellowship Awards

December 17, 2020 by | Students

On December 4, 2020, PA Studies held their annual White Coat Ceremony for the Class of 2021 (short coat). It was a virtual experience with students and faculty participating via Zoom while friends and family watched on Facebook Live. Before the ceremony closed graduate students, Mia Reyes ’21 and Emily Blair ’21 were announced as


Still Deciding on a College Major? You're Not Alone

December 10, 2020 by | Students

Choosing a major or career can be daunting, but sometimes the answer you’ve been looking for is right in front of your eyes. When I was younger, I loved math. It was always my strongest subject, and it came so naturally to me, so I figured my future had to include math or else I


Dr. Shannon Sheppard to Lead "Readability Matters" Study

November 19, 2020 by | Research

Crean College is delighted to announce that Assistant Professor of Communication Science and Disorders, Shannon Sheppard will lead new research investigating how visual features of typography affect word-level and passage-level comprehension for K-8 students. Dr. Sheppard will collaborate with Dr. Susanne Nobles of ReadWorks.org and Dr. Sofie Beier of the School of Design at The


MFT Grad Student Allison Huynh '22 Awarded AAUW Career Development Grant

November 12, 2020 by | Students

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) has awarded its 2020–21 Career Development Grant to Allison Huynh ’22. Huynh is a graduate student in our Marriage and Family Therapy program. Her area of interest is health psychology with a focus on providing counseling services to cancer survivors and caregivers. “I am beyond grateful, excited, and


Chapman's PA Studies Program Earns "Accreditation-Continued" for 10 Years

November 5, 2020 by | News

Chapman’s Crean College of Health & Behavioral Sciences is thrilled to announce that it’s MMS Physician Assistant (PA) Studies program has been granted “Accreditation-Continued” status by The Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant, Inc. (ARC-PA). In an email to the CHBS community, Dean Hill stated the following: “This status has been six


Crean College IETL Ambassador Provides Remote Teaching Resources

September 30, 2020 by | Faculty

Caroline Wilson, Associate Instructional Professor of Health Sciences, is the Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (IETL) representative for Crean College. In her role as the college IETL Ambassador, Caroline has provided support and assistance in identifying and developing innovative models of excellent instruction for the last two years. When COVID-19 hit Chapman University,


Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Takes First Place in 2019-2020 California Outreach Challenge

June 25, 2020 by | Uncategorized

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

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