An internationally renowned dancer who is one of Israel’s most celebrated artists will join Chapman University’s College of Performing Arts as a Presidential Fellow beginning in fall 2017. Ido Tadmor, winner of Israel’s Landau Prize for life achievement in the arts and lead judge on the Israeli version of So You Think You Can Dance?,
The Old Towne Preservation Association (OTPA) has awarded its 2017 Good Neighbor Award to Chapman University and its new Musco Center for the Arts. The award recognizes new development in Old Towne Orange that demonstrates outstanding compatibility and harmony with neighboring historic structures. President Daniele Struppa and Kris Eric Olsen, vice president of campus planning
Sitting at his tidy desk at Chapman University’s School of Pharmacy, pharmacist Jeff Goad turns toward his computer and clicks open a website featuring minute-by-minute health and safety alerts from around the globe. In seconds a world of trouble fills the screen. There’s a yellow fever outbreak in Colombia, a cyclone in Australia and civil
Give Something Back, a philanthropic organization, has given $1 million to Chapman University to help provide four-year tuition scholarships for students who have faced extreme hardship, especially those who have experienced the incarceration or loss of a parent or who have spent time in foster care. “We are grateful for the generosity of Give Something
When Musco Center for the Arts launched its World CAFE Series in spring 2016 with its first Heartbeat of Mexico Festival, it drew the biggest crowd of the season to Chapman University’s brand-new, critically acclaimed 1,044-seat performing arts center. More than 3,500 people enjoyed the multifaceted festival, which included a free afternoon of live outdoor
In the driveway, two students fight roaring flames with a fire extinguisher. In the garage, more students use a process called cribbing to save people trapped underneath debris. Meanwhile, next door more rescuers perform search and rescue operations and triage on victims. All this was a part of the final exam for Chapman University’s first
Chapman University has honored two biology and physics professors with its 2016-2017 Wang-Fradkin Professorships, the University’s highest recognition for faculty research. Jennifer Funk, associate professor of biological sciences, was awarded the Senior Wang-Fradkin Professorship. The Junior Wang-Fradkin Professorship went to Justin Dressel, assistant professor of physics. The awards were presented at the 22nd Annual Faculty
If you love surprises, then you would have had a blast at Chapman University’s annual Student Research Day on Wednesday, May 10. Who knew that just because the label says it’s catfish may not mean it’s so? Or that if you’re running a Gilmore Girls Instagram account, the best day to post news is Wednesday?
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The Valencia orange tree a few steps outside Beckman Hall is not the only reason Maria Correa (MBA ’17) chose Chapman University for her graduate studies. But it definitely helped. As Correa toured the campus to learn more about the Executive MBA program a vice president at her company recommended, the tree that thrives alongside