Connect to Knowledge: AIP Complete

June 6, 2023 by | Resources

The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to offer access to AIP Complete. AIP Complete contains the full portfolio of the American Institute of Physics research, reviews, and conference proceedings. It covers all physical sciences disciplines, from materials science to chemical physics, with access to over 1 million journal articles from over 30 scholarly journal titles. Also


Congratulations to the 2023 Winners of the Kevin and Tam Ross Undergraduate Research Prize

June 2, 2023 by | News

The Leatherby Libraries is proud to announce the winners of the 2023 Kevin and Tam Ross Undergraduate Research Prize. In its 15th year, we received a variety of applications in disciplines such as biological sciences, political science, film studies, literature, French studies, peace studies, and integrated educational studies. Below, learn more about each winning project,


Join the Leatherby Libraries Community of Readers Program

May 31, 2023 by | Events

The Leatherby Libraries is excited to announce that a long-beloved tradition is returning in person and virtually this summer! The 15th annual Community of Readers (CoR) starts June 5, 2023, and ends August 17, 2023. Not only will this program help you complete your reading challenge on Goodreads, but you can also earn book-themed prizes!


Music Comes to Life at the Malloy Performance Portico

May 25, 2023 by | Events

Twice a year, Professor Daniel De Arakal’s guitar students perform at the Malloy Performance Portico in the Leatherby Libraries. This musical tradition started back in 2015 and gives students the opportunity to practice their music performance skills for a live audience. The Chair of Research and Instructional Services and Performing Arts Librarian, Taylor Greene, helps


Print Patchwork Teaching Collection

May 10, 2023 by | Exhibits and Displays

One of the Leatherby Libraries’ new displays is a sampling of prints by artist, educator, creativity enthusiast, and Chapman University lecturer Rachelle Chuang. Chuang has collected these prints over the years and used them as part of her teaching in the Chapman University Graphic Design program. According to Rachelle Chuang. “The prints exhibited on the


Connect to Knowledge: New STEM Resources

May 9, 2023 by | Resources

The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to offer access to several new STEM resources that will benefit students, faculty, and staff. Embase, Health Library Physical Therapy ebooks, and new Royal Society of Chemistry journals Embase is a new biomedical literature database from Elsevier recommended for systematic reviews and meta-analyses due to its coverage of over 8,100


The Leatherby Libraries Celebrates Martha Redbone Visit to Chapman University

May 5, 2023 by | Exhibits and Displays

The Leatherby Libraries presented a display in honor of Native and African-American vocalist, songwriter, composer, and educator Martha Redbone’s visit to campus. Redbone presented Bone Hill, an interdisciplinary musical theater work. Bone Hill is inspired by four generations of singer-songwriters in Martha Redbone’s family in the hills of coal-mining Appalachia. Traditional Cherokee chants, bluegrass, blues,


National Arab American Heritage Month Display

April 25, 2023 by | Exhibits and Displays

Starting this year, President Joe Biden issued a historic proclamation recognizing National Arab American Heritage Month (NAAHM) for April. In honor of this proclamation, the Leatherby Libraries presents a display celebrating National Arab American Heritage Month. This display celebrates the Arab American culture, heritage, and experience and pays tribute to the contributions of Arab Americans


Connect to Knowledge: LGBT Magazine Archive

April 13, 2023 by | Resources

Universities and colleges celebrate Pride Month every April, including Chapman University. In conjunction with Campus Pride Month, the Leatherby Libraries is pleased to offer access to the LGBT Magazine Archive from ProQuest. LGBT Magazine Archive traces the history and evolution of myriad aspects of LGBT history and culture, including legal contexts, health, politics, social attitudes,

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