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
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.
Call it a mother’s intuition. Lisa Bombarda (’16 M.S.) was planning a Ph.D. path into psychology research when her uncle suffered a stroke. Speech therapy sessions were part of his recovery and as Bombarda’s mother watched, she was somehow sure that this career was perfect for her daughter. Give it a look, her mother said.
Nicol R. Howard, Ph.D., (’15) and Rene Israel German (’15 M.S.) have been selected for the highest honor for graduate students at Chapman University, The James L. Doti Outstanding Graduate Student Award. The award is conferred annually to the outstanding graduating master’s and doctoral students with distinguished records of academic accomplishment, scholarship, and/or service. The
Chapman University’s College of Educational Studies is seeking student, faculty and staff volunteers interested in helping out with its Social for Adults with Autism and Caregivers on Sunday, April 26 from 1 to 5 p.m. A variety of volunteer opportunities are available, from greeting and guiding guests onto campus to helping serve refreshments. The social
How in the world does a film major get the idea that what people should buy is toilet paper made from bamboo? And then actually make it happen, selling 43,000 rolls in a year? For Mark Samuels ’06 it all began in Sumatra.
Kerk Kee, Ph.D., assistant professor at Chapman University in the Department of Communication Studies, Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences, has been awarded a five-year CAREER grant of $519,753 from the National Science Foundation for support of his project “Organizational Capacity and Capacity Building for Cyberinfrastructure Diffusion.” According to the NSF, a CAREER (Faculty
Professor Ahmed Younis attended the White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism.
Margaret Grogan, Ph.D., currently a professor of educational leadership and policy in the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University, has accepted an offer to become the fourth Dean of the College of Educational Studies at Chapman University, and will join the University in that capacity on July 1, 2015. Grogan will replace Don
Survivors of traumatic brain injury help students understand the personal side of regaining health and independence.