President Trump’s decision June 1 to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement continues to draw reactions from across the nation and around the world. We asked some Chapman experts for their reactions to the decision and to look ahead to its possible impact.
Chapman University graduate Tom Teller, BFA Film Production ’16 (MBA ’18), received the KCET Jack Larson Southern California Student Filmmaker Award for his short animated film HUM.
Chapman University’s Department of Physical Therapy (DPT) program has received a 10 year reaccreditation by its accrediting body, the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE).
The performing arts have the power to draw us together, benefactor Daniel Temianka told the four current Temianka Violin Scholars at their year-end gathering May 13 in the Leatherby Libraries Henri Temianka Group Study Room. “That’s the purpose of artists, to connect us, isn’t it? ” said Temianka, son of Henri Temianka, the virtuoso violinist,
The Class of 2017’s Musco Scholars gathered a final time before graduation, reflecting on the support they received and the paths they traveled at Chapman University.
Chapman University’s Schmid College of Science and Technology is one step closer to launching its new program, the Grand Challenges Initiative, as the first cohort of five Grand Challenges Initiative Postdoctoral Fellows will come on board this summer. Starting in fall 2017, the fellows will join Schmid College’s faculty to mentor nearly 50 small interdisciplinary
The connections between creative and cultural industries, job creation and higher education will be explored in a far-reaching three-day conference June 5-7 at Chapman University. The Building EU-US Networks through the Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) Conference is the first extensive meeting of its kind presented by Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Kat White and rescue dog Elroy are in training to help other veterans
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