Join the Chapman Book Club for faculty and staff

March 11, 2010 by | Campus Life

All Chapman faculty and staff are cordially invited to join the Chapman Book Club for invigorating discussions about selected books. You are welcome to bring your lunch to the discussion. Please read the book beforehand and bring it to the discussion with you.  Meetings take place in the Hogan Seminar Room on the fourth floor

Leatherby Libraries 4th Annual Book Sale is March 18-19

March 10, 2010 by | Campus Life

People we know look forward all year to the Leatherby Libraries’ annual Book Sale, which is coming up on Thursday and Friday, March 18-19.  And with good reason — there are tons of great books at inexpensive prices, not to mention CDs, VHS tapes, DVDs and more. Note that the Thursday sale (10 a.m. to

President Doti outlines a future full of projects and promise

March 1, 2010 by | Campus Life

It’s always enlightening and fun to hear President Jim Doti highlight the achievements of the past year during his State of the University presentation. And those on hand Friday in Memorial Hall enjoyed a chance to celebrate the many successes of faculty, staff, students and alumni. But it’s particularly enjoyable to find out more about what lies

Tips on using the Happenings blog

March 1, 2010 by | Campus Life

We’ve been getting a lot of great feedback about the new Happenings blog, now that we’ve been in this new format for a few weeks!  Readers seem to really like it.  We’ve also had some suggestions (see the next blog item to vote!) — and since Happenings is YOUR newsletter, we would love some feedback. 

What should Happenings be?

March 1, 2010 by | Campus Life

Aha – now’s your chance to use that “POST COMMENT” button.  We’ve had some varying feedback about the new Happenings .  Some love the way we’ve been writing it, and are of the opinion that it’s valuable for Haps to list upcoming events — even when they reiterate and expand upon events you’ve already seen

Celebrate the new Attallah Academy of Teaching on March 2

March 1, 2010 by | Campus Life

The folks at Chapman’s College of Educational Studies are greeting their newborn academy with all the excitement and affection of proud parents. “Our baby has high expectations, and we have high expectations for its development,” CES Dean Don Cardinal says of the Donna Ford Attallah Academy of Teaching and Learning. “The academy’s early characteristics are

Founders Day will feature noted scholar of Christianity

March 1, 2010 by | Campus Life

Chapman University’s annual Founders Day will take place over TWO days this year, March 19-20. The event is an occasion for Chapman Disciples of Christ/Disciples on Campus (DOC) alumni and church people from across Southern California to gather, and is open to any interested participants on campus or in the community — registration information and

Chapman in the News – Feb. 14-28

March 1, 2010 by | Campus Life

Selected recent news stories about Chapman University:  Brad Stetson: Chapman loses its ironman professor OCRegister Chapman has suffered the amputation of a vital limb that cannot be replaced. And, like a body so affected, the university is less weighty, less nimble, … Recession slows Chapman University’s growth OC Register Three large projects Chapman University wants