Dr. Amy Moors joined the Department of Psychology in 2018. Her research addresses the impact of inequity on people’s belonging and well-being in intimate and professional contexts. Her focus is on the relationships people have with others (romantic partners, family, colleagues) and with broader institutions (workplaces, marriage). Much of her research focuses on issues related
Chapman’s M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy program has a well-established reputation for turning out some of the finest clinicians and leaders in the MFT field. Our students are continuously recognized by national associations for their innovation and academic excellence but this year has been truly exceptional. We are thrilled to announce that not one but
As many of you know, Commencement will be a two-weekend event this year as we are celebrating the Class of 2020 and 2021. We want to make sure Crean College seniors, faculty, and staff have all the essential information needed to have a hassle-free experience. Before we jump in, please take a moment to explore
I was late to join the health science college as I started my first semester at Chapman undeclared. However, I feel that this delay only enriched my experience as a health science student. Because I was organically drawn to the major without any initial obligation, I entered the major purely based on my love of
Due to the pandemic, and the lack of in-person clinical sites, a new program was developed and created by Physical Therapy Professors Susan Mais DPT, OCS, and Laurie Boulware-PT, DPT called the “Ergonomic Education Program.” PT Students researched and developed materials to help prevent or manage musculoskeletal pain as a result of the sudden requirement
On May 22, 2021, Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) graduate students tuned in to the DPT Facebook channel to watch virtual award ceremonies for the class of 2020 and 2021. All graduating DPT students who earned honors and special recognition awards were announced during the live stream while family and friends posted congratulatory messages in
On May 14, 2021, graduating seniors in the Class of 2021 tuned in to the Crean College Facebook channel to watch senior celebration videos produced by the Departments of Psychology and Health Sciences. All seniors who earned honors and other special recognition awards were announced while viewers posted congratulatory messages and emojis in the comments
The Cheverton Trophy is the highest and most prestigious undergraduate leadership award given at the University. Every spring, the winner is determined by a vote from the entire faculty. A gift to the class of 1929, the original bronze Cheverton Award cup remains on exhibit in Argyros Forum along with its successor, a silver bowl.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused massive societal upheaval around the world. In the US, with 20% of global COVID-19 cases, the pandemic has also triggered a substantial economic shock and laid bare societal inequities. The extreme and highly volatile nature of this time period affords a unique opportunity to elucidate the dynamics of psychosocial processes.
Those interested in pursuing degrees in health or behavioral sciences at Chapman U are in for a special treat! This coming Monday (April 26, 4:15 p.m.) select members of our faculty and staff will come together to host a Virtual Information Session specifically designed for newly admitted and prospective students and their families. Admitted students