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Chapman Engineering Faculty Innovates With Empathy to Expand Neurodiversity Research Honoring Dr. LouAnne Boyd’s bold research transition to support autism inclusion

July 7, 2023 by Lauren Sieberg (Creative Writing & English ‘25) | Research

To a researcher, taking the steps toward completely reimagining one’s research framework could be a challenging, thrilling, and potentially daunting endeavor. However, for Dr. LouAnne Boyd—an Assistant Professor at Fowler School of Engineering (FSE)—this is not only a welcome decision to follow the path she feels most passionate about. It also provides her with new

Bridging Disciplines to Build Solutions: Engineering Professor Inspires Interconnectivity in and Out of the Classroom Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Emad Arasteh

June 30, 2023 by Lauren Sieberg (Creative Writing & English ‘25) | Students

Faculty Name: Dr. Emad Arasteh Course(s) Taught: ENGR 101: Foundations of Design and Fabrication, CENG 231: Systems Programming, CENG 231L: Systems Programming Laboratory, CENG 381: Modeling and Simulation Within the realm of engineering, bridging gaps between experiences and research communities is a vital ingredient for success—an idea that especially rings true for Dr. Emad Arasteh,

Engineering Faculty Champions Inclusive User-Centered Technology for Diverse Identities Highlighting Dr. Franceli Cibrian’s transformative steps toward engineering for all

June 23, 2023 by Lauren Sieberg (Creative Writing & English ‘25) | Students

Across our diverse and ever-changing world, engineers dedicate their careers to producing meaningful work. Using research to make an impact on the lives of minority communities through advanced technology fulfills this motivation for Dr. Franceli Cibrian, an Assistant Professor at Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) who prioritizes bringing the needs of underrepresented groups to the

Chapman Faculty Lets Nature Be Her Guide Through Bio-Inspired Research and Design Diving deep into Dr. Cassandra Donatelli’s groundbreaking work in biomechanics

June 15, 2023 by Lauren Sieberg (Creative Writing & English ‘25) | Research

For many engineers, inspiration for advanced mechanical designs doesn’t come exclusively from man-made technologies; instead, these researchers turn to nature for key insight. Upon joining the Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) community last August, Assistant Professor and biomechanist Dr. Cassandra Donatelli began collaborating with her students and fellow faculty members as they dug deep into

Tracing Dr. Fahy’s Trailblazing Legacy across Chapman STEM Programs Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Michael A. Fahy

June 9, 2023 by Kalin Richardson (Software Engineering, ‘26) & Lauren Sieberg (Creative Writing & English ‘25) | Research

Faculty Name: Dr. Michael A. Fahy Course(s) Taught: CENG/CPSC 298: Computer Engineering/Science Colloquium (Intro to *NIX), CPSC 353: Data Communications and Computer Networks and more When honoring the visionaries of Chapman STEM curricula, it is vital to recognize the invaluable contributions of Dr. Michael A. Fahy. After earning his bachelor’s in Mathematics from Fordham University

Broadening Perspectives, Refining Skills: Fowler Engineers Present Profound Research at Spring Student Scholar Symposium FSE students showcase faculty-led, award-winning engineering excellence

May 23, 2023 by Lauren Sieberg (‘25, Creative Writing & English) | Students

On May 3rd and 4th, 2023, 24 Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) students presented extensive scientific scholarship at the Spring Scholar Symposium, a biannual event hosted and sponsored by the Center for Undergraduate Excellence (CUE). There, both undergraduate and graduate scholars shared insight into their research processes and findings within the broader Chapman community. Their poster

Machine Learning and Affiliated Technologies (MLAT) Lab Applies Advanced Technology to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Research Honoring Autism Acceptance/Awareness Month through innovation in student and faculty research

April 29, 2023 by Lauren Sieberg (Creative Writing & English ‘25) | Students

As Autism Acceptance/Awareness Month comes to a close, this time offers an opportunity to highlight the work that Chapman students and faculty have dedicated to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) research. When it comes to members of the Machine Learning and Affiliated Technologies (MLAT) Lab, this means honoring how their promising research into developmental disabilities can

Computer Science Student Broadens Sustainable Futures Through Self-Manufactured Hydroponics Farm Honoring Fowler students’ commitment to environmentally-conscious design practices.

April 21, 2023 by Lauren Sieberg (Creative Writing & English ‘25) | Students

On Earth Day, members of the Chapman community assess how they can plant seeds of change in their daily lives, doing their part to prioritize sustainable practices. For Computer Science student Michael Bishai (‘23) this is a no-brainer. His personal commitment to environmental consciousness focuses around visualizing ways that everyday people can pursue sustainability through

Fowler School of Engineering Establishes New Graduate Program The M.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science program launches in fall 2023

March 27, 2023 by Owen Agbayani (English ‘25) | Students

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,

Fowler School of Engineering Students Present at Chapman’s Fall Scholar Symposium

December 20, 2022 by Lauren Sieberg (Creative Writing & English, ‘25) and Owen Agbayani (English, ‘25) | Students

On the morning of November 30th, 11 Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) students gathered their glossy poster boards and donned business attire in preparation for the Fall 2022 Student Scholar Symposium. As part of the event, the students showcased the culmination of several months of groundbreaking scientific scholarship, presenting their research process and findings to the

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