Research papers by students from Chapman University’s Department of History have once again swept the top awards at the annual Phi Alpha Theta Southern California Regional Conference.
With Hillary Clinton’s long-awaited announcement of her 2016 presidential campaign now official, the analysts, poll watchers, commentators and media are sure to rev up the conversation about gender, women and politics. But a Clinton win in 2016, while historic, wouldn’t necessarily bust the so-called glass ceiling the former secretary of State, U.S. senator and first
Chapman University’s Center for American War Letters has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to begin digitizing its expansive collection of correspondence written by military servicemen and women.
Leave it to a sister to jump on the opportunity to tease. When Chapman University student Areni Nuyujukian ’16 received word last week that she had been accepted for a prestigious summer internship at The Guggenheim in New York City, her sister joked, “You already work at a Guggenheim.” True enough, Nuyujukian is a student
Experts from around the world will gather at Chapman University’s “Frozen Conflicts” Conference — the annual Global Citizens Conference presented by Chapman’s Center for Global Education — on Thursday, April 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The conference will examine longstanding global conflicts that have evolved into de facto “cold wars,” with both sides
For the seventh consecutive year, Chapman University’s Dance Team has won first place in its division at the USA Collegiate National Championships held at the Anaheim Convention Center. After two days of competition, the Panthers were awarded the prize on March 23, outperforming all other teams competing in the 4-Year College Dance category – Division
In honor of Memorial Day, a Chapman University play will be performed at one of the nation’s most prestigious venues. The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. will present two performances of If All the Sky Were Paper, a compelling drama written by Chapman University Chancellor Fellow Andrew Carroll and
The Chapman University Guitar Quartet — comprised of students Sean Atkinson ’16, Nate Brown ’16, Chris Horney ’15 and Brandon Miranda ’16 — has won first place in the Collegiate Quartet Division of the 14th Annual Brownsville Guitar Festival and Competition, held at the University of Texas, Brownsville. It’s the third time a Chapman student
Frozen Conflicts, an international conference featuring leaders from around the world where simmering tensions have created political and economic gridlock, will be presented by Chapman University’s Center for Global Education on Thursday, April 16. “Despite attempts to bring closure to these armed standoffs – some attempts have gone on for decades – the sides remain
Here’s good news for everyone in the business world who’s ever sat heavy-eyed in a meeting and thought they might tumble to the floor, another victim of death by PowerPoint. Jennifer Waldeck, Ph.D., associate professor in Chapman University’s Department of Communication Studies, has been tapped by The Great Courses, the nation’s leading producer of premium-quality