Grayson Berman (Computer Science ‘19) knew he wanted to be a business owner. His first thought was to go into economics or pursue a degree in business. But it was his mother who encouraged him to pursue a degree in computer science, so he always had something to fall back on. Heeding his mother’s advice,
Beginning in Fall 2023, the Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) will launch its first engineering graduate program. The MS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) program will offer students a versatile curriculum consisting of courses in computer science, electrical engineering, and data science. These classes will be framed through three core principles of Ethics,
A team of Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) students developed ShotBot, a drink delivery device used to improve efficiency and cut operating costs in restaurants and bars. According to the ShotBot team’s research, 37 percent of restaurants reopening after the pandemic in California are unable to pay their rent and 350,000 restaurant jobs remain unfilled.
On a Tuesday afternoon, Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) converted part of the Swenson Hall of Engineering into a mock interview workshop. The mock interview were conducted by Panasonic Avionics, a company dedicated to providing customized in-flight entertainment and maintaining communications devices to airlines worldwide. During the session, Human Resource (HR) recruiters, hiring managers, and
The Chapman Engineering Student Accelerator (CESA) is an innovative new internship program launched within the Fowler School of Engineering. CESA is tailor made for companies seeking to build robust employment pipelines in Orange County. Through the CESA partnership, companies receive year-round Chapman engineering student interns with Chapman footing the bill for students during the first
On Friday, February 11, Chapman University President, Daniele Struppa addressed a virtual audience for the annual State of the University. In his address, he introduced an innovative new engineering internship program designed to boost industry engagement, improve corporate partnerships and provide paid internships for Fowler School of Engineering students. Developed in partnership with the Cook
Starting Friday, February 11, 2022, the Fowler School of Engineering will launch the Innovation out of Failure video series hosted by Dean Andrew Lyon. In this series, Dean Lyon will chat with an industry professional about their careers, challenges they experienced along the way, and how those experiences sparked innovative solutions. The first episode features