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Dean Janeen Hill added to list of ‘Million Dollar’ researchers

May 19, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

A dean whose diligent pursuit of a transformational grant that will create state-of-the-art chemistry labs on campus is the newest member of the Million Dollar Club, a distinction awarded by Chapman University’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Janeen Hill, Ph.D., dean of Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences and a professor in the

Love on first site tour for Muscos

May 18, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

When Sebastian P. “Paul” Musco and his wife Marybelle saw it for the first time, they were speechless — but only for a moment. “Wow, that’s a big one,” Paul laughed, his arms out as if to embrace it. “Oh, isn’t it just beautiful,” Marybelle exclaimed, pointing at it and laughing with her husband. It

The research is in: annual gathering for student presentations is bigger than ever

May 14, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

Insecure people tend to post too-good-to-be-true profiles on the dating app Tinder. China’s air pollution contributes to air pollution along the Pacific west coast. Forty-six percent of the U.S. population believes  an economic collapse will befall the country in 25 years. Women with more family support following childbirth are less likely to suffer postpartum depression.

Professor David Shafie selected for Fulbright Scholars Award

May 13, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

David Shafie, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Political Science has been selected for a Fulbright Scholars Award for academic year 2015-2016. Shafie, whose research interests include public policy and environmental politics, plans to use the award to spend spring 2016 as a visiting scholar at ADA University’s Caspian Center for Energy and Environment.

A Hillary win would be historic, but not a game changer for women, professor says

April 10, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

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