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Communication Therapy Lessons for Stuttering CSD Visits Annual Fluency Conference

November 11, 2015 by | News

As guests arrived at Cal State Fullerton’s 17th Annual Fluency two-day conference, they were greeted by Educational Outreach Director and Chair of the Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Children Who Stutter Gary Montooth, MA, CCC-SLP and Conference Chairperson. Faculty members and graduate students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) program at Chapman University’s Crean

Chapman Anaheim Science Project Uses Robots and Coding To Turn Teachers Into Students

September 15, 2015 by | News

As part of the grant program CASP, Chapman Anaheim Science Partnership, fifty fellows gathered in Crean Hall for a week long course designed to teach creative ways to integrate science in curriculums within middle and high schools across Anaheim.  Dr. Frank Frisch , Principal Investigator of the grant and Director of Kinesiology Program at Chapman University’s  Crean

Athletic Training & CSD graduate programs join in the Special Olympics World Games

July 17, 2015 by Mary Platt | News

Chapman University will host the Special Olympics World Games teams from Canada and Senegal on its campus from July 21 to 24, as the athletes and their coaches arrive in Southern California to train and acclimate in preparation for Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles, July 25-August 2. Chapman is partnering with the City

Greater Life Satisfaction, Dr. Boehm Study Published Worldwide

June 30, 2015 by | News

Greater life satisfaction in adults older than 50 years of age is found to be related to a reduced risk of morality.  Dr. Julia Boehm , Assistant Professor of Psychology for Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences , has gained worldwide media attention for recent research findings . The study, which is the first

Global Travels – Dr. Nicole Marquez Presents at IAFOR

May 20, 2015 by | News

What has our DPT faculty been up to this spring? International travels to present research! Dr. Nicole Marquez ‘ research, completed with five Crean College Doctorate of Physical Therapy students, was accepted by the International Academic Forum, IAFOR .  Dr. Marquez received the honor to travel to the 2015 IAFOR International Conference

Studying the Science of Running

April 28, 2015 by Dr. Frank Frisch | News

The 11th annual Orange County Marathon is upon us, an event attracting participants from all over the nation. As they make their way from Fashion Island to the Fairgrounds, tens of thousands of runners will be on a quest to fulfill a personal dream. Do all these people really consider themselves runners? Sure, the elite

Big Data, Big Discoveries: Nonlinear Datapalooza Event

February 9, 2015 by Molly Fitzpatrick & Jessica Arnaldo | Events

Living in a world of big data and discovery, individuals are prone to ask the question, “What do I do now?” You may have spent hours collecting the data, though it may also be very overwhelming, leaving you with many unanswered questions. In the first non-didactic conference of its kind, Datapalooza was held by the Society for

Psychological Well-being Effect on Diabetes Risk

January 22, 2015 by | News

Dr. Julia Boehm, Assistant Professor for Crean College , Department of Psychology was recently published in Health Psychology, a respected journal publication of the American Psychological Association . Dr. Boehm’s research investigates the association between psychological well-being and incident diabetes. Creating the first study of it’s kind, associating positive psychological health to the probability