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Chapman professor’s prevention program cited by U.S. Surgeon General Miller-Day's 'keepin' it REAL' is a model for drug education

January 19, 2017 by | Science and Health

The U.S. Surgeon General’s groundbreaking recent report, Facing Addiction in America, cites a program co-founded by Chapman University professor Michelle Miller-Day, Ph.D., as a model for substance-abuse prevention. Issued amid an opioid crisis that has seen annual overdose deaths surpass deaths from both car accidents and gun violence, the Surgeon General’s 428-page November report commends

Chapman students crowned Miss Orange Coast and Miss Orange County

January 12, 2017 by | Uncategorized

Two Chapman University students were crowned the new Miss Orange Coast and Miss Orange County in a regional scholarship competition held Saturday, Jan. 7, at Orange Lutheran High School- Nechita Center for the Performing Arts. Business administration major Eileen Kim ’17 was crowned Miss Orange County, and broadcast journalism major Natalie Benson ’19 was crowned

Former Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez donates papers to Chapman

January 6, 2017 by | Arts and Culture

The Hon. Loretta Sanchez ’82, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1997 to 2017, has donated the congressional papers from her 20 years in office to Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries. The collection includes 25 boxes of her files, papers and committee work, mostly focused on Vietnamese human rights, her work with the

Chapman economists predict growth, mild inflation and ‘Trumpenomics’

December 15, 2016 by | Business and Law

The new Trump administration will certainly change the economic picture for the U.S. But not as much as  the president-elect’s supporters or detractors may think, according to Chapman University President Emeritus Jim Doti. Doti opened the 39th Annual Economic Forecast with a “Trumpenomics” prologue in which he predicted that the president-elect’s plans will be moderated. “On

Student selected to civic learning internship

December 12, 2016 by | Campus Life

Tyler Ferrari ’19, from Chino, Calif., cares about engaging students in politics. Now his dedication to that cause has earned him special honors. Ferrari has been selected as one of the three student interns for NASPA—Student Affairs Educators in Higher Education’s Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement conference. In his role, he will organize the content