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Engineering With a Fresh Perspective: Chapman Engineering Student Studies Abroad and Improves Cultural Competence Skills "Having those interpersonal skills, global fluency, cultural competency - those skills can be applied to engineering" - Evelyn Lawrie '24

February 15, 2024 by | Students

Student Name: Evelyn Lawrie Graduation Year: 2024 Majors: Computer Science and Spanish Extracurricular Involvements: Former President of the Research and Development Club Chapman University strives to create a holistic education experience where students are encouraged to grow beyond their major by taking on different minors or second majors. Beyond our immediate borders, Chapman’s Center for

Empowerment in Action: Introducing Chapman University’s New and Improved Society of Women Engineers Chapter and Their Plans for the New Year “This initiation into the National Society of Women Engineers expands networking and career services for our students," - Nicole Wagner, Chapman SWE Advisor

February 8, 2024 by Kalin Richardson (Software Engineering '25) | Students

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a well-known organization worldwide. They strive to “empower women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders; expand the image of the engineering and technology professions as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity and inclusion.” The

Fowler School of Engineering Students Recognized for Academic Excellence Fall 2023 Provost List and Dean's List

February 5, 2024 by | Students

Provost List In recognition of Academic Excellence the students below have been named to the Provost List. Students must maintain a grade point average of 3.800 or higher in at least 12 credits of residence course work taken for a letter grade in the fall 2023 semester. Congratulations! Calef Alesse Trey Alexander Allison Allspaw Julia

Transitioning from Residence Life to Cyber Security: Internship Spotlight with Thomas Kim, Intern at SAIC

February 2, 2024 by Owen Agbayani (English ‘25) | Students

Name: Thomas Kim Major: B.S. Computer Science ‘25 Minor: Information Security and Policy (ISP)  Extracurricular Involvements: Robotics Club, Former Resident Advisor and Program Support Assistant for Office of Residence Life and First Year Experience (RLFYE), Former Back Office Assistant for Information Systems and Technology (IS&T) For some Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) students, transitioning from

Experimental Learning Takes Flight: Chapman Engineering Student Receives Full-Time Position with the World’s Largest Aerospace Company "Once I worked at Boeing, I could see the intersection and I just have a lot of appreciation for the classes that I have taken.” - Olivia Chilvers '24

December 11, 2023 by | Students

For those students who have dreamt of working in large-scale tech companies, Chapman Engineering prepares them by offering faculty with industry experience, experimental learning, and human-centered design courses. For computer science and integrated M.S. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science student Olivia Chilvers, her time at the Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) prepared her for a

Optimizing Technology through Innovative Design: Fowler Engineering Faculty and Alumnus Publish Research on Inverse Design Strategies

December 6, 2023 by Owen Lucas Agbayani (English ‘25) | Students

At the Fowler School of Engineering (FSE), research opportunities are abundant for not just continuing faculty, but also for students overall. Coming from various engineering disciplines, such as computer science and software engineering, students have explored creative and innovative solutions to real-world modern problems.  FSE students explore the fullest potential of their research by presenting

Chapman Engineering Students Present Real-World Solutions at The Fall Student Scholar Symposium

December 2, 2023 by | Students

On Wednesday, November 29th, many Chapman Engineering students presented their innovative research in this university-wide event held by the Center for Undergraduate Excellence for undergraduate students to showcase their research amongst their peers and faculty members.  Some of the research ranges from subjects such as bioengineering to neuroscience and even extends to improving a Braille

Navy Veteran Utilizes Chapman University Resources to Achieve Success in Engineering Jaccob Mau '23, a nontraditional Fowler School of Engineering student, used military training and resources available for veterans to succeed academically and professionally.

November 10, 2023 by | Students

Name: Jaccob Mau Graduation Year: December 2023 Major: Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Dept. in Military Service: United States Navy, November 2015 – August 2021 Taking a nontraditional path to higher education can come with challenges. Navigating the application process and selecting the right courses may be intimidating for returning students.  For these students, on-campus

Infusing the Importance of Design with Purpose in Curriculum: Hand-Made Halloween Costumes Make Engineering Accessible to Local Youth

November 9, 2023 by | Students

At the Fowler School of Engineering, we prepare students to solve real-world challenges using the skills they’ve learned in the classroom. In addition to teaching engineering concepts, faculty extend these lessons beyond the classroom to infuse the importance of community involvement and engagement in the engineering student experience. For example, our 3D printing course infuses

Gene Haas Recipient Advances Research in 3D Printing: Matthew Shugarte Engineers New Pathways to Succeed in Fowler

November 7, 2023 by | Students

Name: Matthew ‘Matt’ Shugarte Year: Junior Major: Electrical Engineering Minor: Musical Theatre Extracurriculars and Involvements: Tech Shop Assistant, Undergraduate Research Assistant, Triathlon Club, Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship Recipient, Incoming CalTrans Intern For many students, getting involved on campus may initially seem intimidating. Yet, it remains one of the most exciting aspects of the college experience.

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