ATEP hosts high school athletic training

March 1, 2010 by | Sports

In January, the College of Educational Studies’ Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) hosted two athletic training workshops for more than 80 high school students from Oxford Academy and Valley High School. The high school students had a base knowledge of athletic training, and these workshops provided a hands-on clinical experience to broaden their understanding of

Theatre Dept. scores big at Kennedy Center festival

March 1, 2010 by | Arts and Culture

Nina LeNoir, Ph.D., chair of Chapman’s Department of Theatre, reports: Chapman University was very well represented at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Region 8 Festival in St. George, Utah, February 8-13, 2010.  Thirty-four students participated, three faculty members gave workshops, and one served as a respondent for the Irene Acting Awards.  The department’s production

Oscar-nominated "The Hurt Locker" to screen on Tuesday

March 1, 2010 by | Arts and Culture

On Tuesday, March 2, the Chapman University Democrats will be screening the Oscar-nominated film The Hurt Locker in Beckman 102 at 7 p.m.  The Hurt Locker is an intense portrayal of an elite bomb-disposal squad in Iraq, forced to play in a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse in the chaos of war.  Directed by Katherine Bigelow,

Weight Watchers Open House on Wednesday

March 1, 2010 by | Science and Health

Human Resources sends us this announcement: If you are interested in joining Series 2 of the Weight Watchers At-Work Program, you are invited to an Open House, Wednesday, March 3 from noon to 1 p.m. in Argyros Forum 201.  At that time we will celebrate the completion of our first 17-week series, where we had more than  30

ATEP hosts high school athletic training workshops

March 1, 2010 by | Sports

In January, the College of Educational Studies’ Athletic Training Education Program hosted two athletic training workshops for more than 80 high school students from Oxford Academy and Valley High School. The high school students had a base knowledge of athletic training, and these workshops provided a hands-on clinical experience to broaden their understanding of the

Chapman in the News – Feb. 14-28

March 1, 2010 by | Campus Life

Selected recent news stories about Chapman University:  Brad Stetson: Chapman loses its ironman professor OCRegister Chapman has suffered the amputation of a vital limb that cannot be replaced. And, like a body so affected, the university is less weighty, less nimble, … Recession slows Chapman University’s growth OC Register Three large projects Chapman University wants

Fowles Literary Series kicks off on Monday, Feb. 22

February 17, 2010 by | Arts and Culture

One of the biggest events of the Chapman year is always the John Fowles Literary Series, which for the past two decades, under the leadership of Mark Axelrod, Ph.D. of the Department of English and the John Fowles Center for Creative Writing,  has been bringing us many of the finest authors in the world — live and for

Cello Professor to Explore the Unknown on Feb. 25

February 17, 2010 by | Arts and Culture

Roger Lebow. adjunct professor in the Conservatory of Music and instructor of cello, isn’t really a stranger to walking on the wild side.  (Cellists, you know – almost as wild as trombonists.)  A new-music advocate of “too many years’ standing,” he’s commissioned solos by Leo Smit, Donald Davis, John Steinmetz, Leon Milo, Jean-Pierre Tibi, and David Ocker,