Watch President Jim Doti’s annual State of the University Address delivered Friday, Feb. 24, in which he covered the top news and achievements at Chapman University over the past year and looks ahead to the future. There were some exciting announcements! See the entire presentation here.
Two new exhibits featuring rare artifacts on special loan will open at Leatherby Libraries in March. A reception to formally open an Ayn Rand exhibit at Leatherby Libraries is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, March 1, in the Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives. “Celebrating the Drama and Philosophy of Ayn Rand”
Brian Alters, Ph.D., professor, College of Educational Studies and Schmid College of Science and Technology, was elected by his peers as Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Founded in 1848, the AAAS bestows this prestigious designation as Fellow to worthy recipients who are dedicated to advancing science around the world
All members of the Chapman University community – students, faculty and staff – are cordially invited to a Friday, March 2, dedication party and barbecue celebrating the grand opening of the Masson Beach Club – the new student pool located in the residence hall area. The festivities will begin at 4 p.m., poolside. Come one,
What happens when writers debate the venerable tradition of the creative writing workshop and whether it’s the best way to produce literary writing? Find out in two essays written by Anna Leahy, Ph.D., associate professor, Department of English, Wilkinson College. Dr. Leahy, along with creative writing colleague Stephanie Vanderslice, Ph.D., from the University of Central
Two Chapman University students have been selected to present their Arab Spring research at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies’ 2012 Student Peace Conference. Philip Quigley ’12, political science major/sociology minor, and Ashley Lovell ’14, double major peace studies/sociology, will be travel to the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind., in late
Five film students from Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, have won the grand prize for MOFILM Live’s first U.S. college competition for an ad they created for Campbell Soup, depicting a child feigning sickness to get a bowl of soup. The team beat 12 other competing schools schools, including teams from
This Friday, March 2, be ready to spread some of that trademark Chapman University friendliness as The Rodgers Center rolls out the welcome mat for hundreds of middle and high school students expected to arrive on campus at 9 a..m. for the center’s 13th Annual Holocaust Art and Writing Contest Awards Ceremony. A record number
When sophomore business major Nicole Rosanwo first walked into Chapman University’s eVillage, a cutting-edge nesting home for entrepreneurial start-ups, she could see the writing on the wall – literally. The interior walls of the newly-restored vintage house that is home to eVillage are coated in a type of write-on-wipe-off wall paint that encourages brainstorm scribbling,
Hear softball coach Janet Lloyd reflect on her 500th win, catch a glimpse of Chapman University’s own “Lin-sanity” and see highlights from Panther baseball on the latest Panther Sportsline video report from Chapman Athletics.