Chapman University has received a $3 million gift from the William S. and Nancy E. Thompson Foundation to establish the Thompson Policy Institute (TPI) on Disability and Autism, a new think tank that will gather data and develop its own independent research to study and advocate on topics surrounding the issues of disability and autism.
Chapman University will present its first annual Dyslexia Summit: “Strength in Cognitive Diversity,” on Friday, Oct. 23, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The conference will take place in Bush Conference Center, Beckman Hall 404. The event is free and open to the public. However, advance registration is required. Online registration is open now at https://events.chapman.edu/7530. The
Dean Margaret Grogan, Ph.D., discusses plan to put a woman on the $10 bill
Nearly 900 people laughed, teared up, learned a lot and even meditated a bit at Chapman University’s fourth independently organized TEDx
Dozens of students have truly been pouring their labors into the laboratories across the Chapman University campus this summer. But it’s fair to say they don’t consider it work, and even call it surfing – of a sort. That’s because they’ve all been part of Chapman’s unique Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program. Twenty-one undergraduates
Chapman University graduate students volunteering with Healthy Hearing program at the World Games discover victory moments behind the scenes
Unseasonable humidity blanketed Chapman University’s Wilson Field. But nothing could stifle the spirits of the 183 Special Olympics athletes on campus today, July 22, for their pre-games training. Especially for Nick Kellof, a basketball player who’s part of the Canadian delegation. Sweat beaded Kellof’s forehead after he finished an obstacle course arranged on the field
After her own concussion, CSD graduate Deena Fam (’15 M.S.) knows how her patients feel
Professor McLaren keynotes International Conference on Critical Education held in Wroclaw, Poland
Dean Don Cardinal is stepping down to return to the classroom. But he’s hardly finished. A conversation with Cardinal reveals that he’ll still be leading the way.