The Leatherby Libraries and the Sikhlens Foundation present Sukhman Dhami, speaking on human rights and impunity in India, on Saturday, January 31, at 4 p.m. in the Henley Reading Room (Leatherby Libraries, second floor). Sukhman Dhami is a human rights attorney in New York and cofounder of Ensaaf, a leading human rights organization working to end impunity
Last month on Wednesday, November 12th, Doug Dechow, Jessica Bower and Lugene Rosen participated in the Faculty Research Expo on campus. Every department of Chapman University was represented at the event, faculty sharing their current projects to any inquiring students. Set up in the Bush Conference Center, Beckman 404, the trio set up their tables.
35,000 Years of Information Technology should actually be more like 700,000 years of information technology if we define information technology as a permanent and deliberate cultural expression developed by our innate drive to communicate with each other in the present and to leave something of ourselves and our thoughts for the future. Through this
Reflecting on Chapman’s Homecoming Weekend 2014, the Leatherby Libraries would like to thank all who attended our wonderful events and the families that visited Chapman University! The Leatherby Libraries was well-represented this year with several compelling talks and entertaining celebrations. Friday Both of our Friday lectures were well-attended and very successful. Most
This year’s Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration promises to be an action-packed weekend, full of activities that help connect the entire Chapman community—and the Leatherby Libraries are no exception to that rule. The library is hosting several educational and entertaining events this year. Whatever your place in the Chapman Family—students, alumni, friends or community members—we encourage you
At the beginning of the 2004-2005 academic year, the Leatherby Libraries opened its doors for the first time. Ten years and 8 million visitors later, the library has established itself as a center for academic and cultural life on campus. To celebrate this anniversary, the library has planned an exciting series of events. “Collaboration” is
The Leatherby Libraries 8th Annual Book Sale is right around the corner (April 10-11, 2014). Please stop by and look through hundreds of books on a variety of subjects—from anthropology to zoology—that will be sold at $1 each. This is a great opportunity to supplement your personal collections while supporting your library. Proceeds from the