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Internship Spotlight with Viola Kalinin ’23

March 1, 2023 by Owen Agbayani (English ‘25) | Students

With summer around the corner, many Fowler School of Engineering (FSE) students have started looking into internship opportunities. Some students have scheduled appointments with FSE’s Career Specialist, Samuel Lee, while others have been browsing the Slack channels, Linkedin, and other job-posting websites. One of our most recent and newly-appointed interns include Viola Kalinin. Kalinin is

Fowler School of Engineering Students Recognized for Academic Excellence Fall 2022 Provost List and Dean's List

February 8, 2023 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 2022 semester. Congratulations! Cecilia Marie Abrahamsson Andriana Agrusa Eli Annoni Jesse

Five Questions with Kalin Richardson ’26 Fowler School of Engineering Student Highlight

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

Name: Kalin Richardson Year: Freshman (2026) Major: Software Engineering Extracurriculars and Involvements: Treasurer for Society of Women Engineers, Girls Who Code, Robotics Club, Tech Shop Student Worker and Communications Student Assistant for Fowler School of Engineering   Where do you usually spend most of your time on campus? I spend most of my time if

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

Fowler Engineering Helps Students Bring Advanced Manufacturing to Tabletop Gaming

December 19, 2022 by Lauren Sieberg ('25, Creative Writing & English) | Students

When Brian Kirsch (‘23, Theater) first heard about Fowler School of Engineering’s (FSE) 3D Printing and Design course, he signed up hoping for a fun elective to fill a gap in his schedule. Throughout the semester, Kirsch’s classwork has enabled him to combine two distinct and vibrant worlds: fabrication and tabletop gaming. Kirsch, who has

Design/Create/Innovate Lab in Swenson Hall Building and Creating New Physical Objects and Systems

December 5, 2022 by Miyuki Weldon | Students

When the Fowler School of Engineering was launched in 2019, there was a shared vision for connecting engineering broadly across campus and throughout the community via a ‘human-centered’ approach to creating new technologies. That vision became a reality with the opening of the Swenson Family Hall of Engineering in 2021. Since that time, Swenson Hall

SURF Recap with Fowler Fellow, Shree Murthy

November 30, 2022 by Owen Agbayani (English, ‘25) | Students

This past summer, the Center for Undergraduate Excellence (CUE) hosted their annual Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF). SURF is an eight-week, paid, and on-campus opportunity for Chapman undergraduates to conduct research under faculty supervision. For this year’s research cycle, CUE selected five Fowler School of Engineering students to participate in the program. One of those

ShotBot Competes in Panther Cage Match

November 11, 2022 by | Students

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.

What do you want to be for Halloween? Chapman Engineering Students Bring Halloween to Life for Higher Ground Youth

November 11, 2022 by Lauren Sieberg '25, Creative Writing & English | Students

To many, Halloween is a time for tricks and treats, howls and haunts. For many students in the School of Engineering, the scariest yet most fulfilling moment of the holiday season involved presenting custom-made costume pieces to the children at Higher Ground, an after school nonprofit dedicated to supporting Orange County youth who face significant

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