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Chapman Dedicates Keck Center for Science and Engineering, Which Promises ‘an Incredible Future’

October 12, 2018 by | Science, Health and Education

Ribbon-cuttings are usually just door-opening events to celebrate a new building. But not so at Chapman University’s official unveiling of its new Keck Center for Science and Engineering. Even as University supporters, alumni, faculty and students gathered at the center’s entrance, activity inside was well underway. First-year students in General Chemistry I toiled away in

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Chapman Pharmacist Urges People to Get Flu Shots On the 100th anniversary of the 1918 flu pandemic, don't underestimate this formidable bug, Professor Goad says.

October 11, 2018 by | Science, Health and Education

The 2017-2018 flu season was brutal, led to more than 80,000 U.S. deaths and sent an estimated 900,000 people to the hospital with complications, according to the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases. The only silver lining is that more people will roll up their sleeves and get a flu shot this year, says Jeff Goad,

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Drama from the Front Lines Annette Bening, Ed Asner and Gary Cole will star in a Veterans Day production of ‘If All the Sky Were Paper’ at Musco Center.

October 9, 2018 by | Arts and Culture

The mark of a compelling story is that it’s told over and over, sometimes even to the same listeners, who often hear something new in each retelling. So it is with “If All the Sky Were Paper,” a play by Chapman University Presidential Scholar Andrew Carroll that features readings of letters written by service members

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Chapman University and Richard Nixon Foundation Partner in First-Ever Fellows Program

October 3, 2018 by | Scholarship

Chapman University and the Richard Nixon Foundation have formed a new partnership establishing the Richard Nixon Foundation Fellows Program at Chapman University. The program develops mid-career Foreign Service Officers from the U.S. State Department to obtain a multi-disciplinary education and outstanding professional credentials and significant analytical skills by studying and applying Nixon-era foreign policies. This

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Chapman Radio Included in Princeton Review’s List of Top 20 Campus Radio Stations

September 29, 2018 by Catie Kovelman '19 | Campus Life

Chapman Radio has once again been included in The Princeton Review’s list of the top 20 “Best College Radio Stations.” The student-run station ranked No. 17 on the recently released 2019 list. The rankings are drawn from student surveys of 384 campuses across the nation. Faculty advisor Travis Bartosh considers the recognition a double honor,

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Chapman Alum to Feature City of Orange on ABC7 All students, staff and faculty are invited to the live broadcast of the "In the Neighborhood" segment on Oct. 10

September 28, 2018 by | Campus Life

From the restored historic homes to the annual International Street Fair to the vibrant community, the city of Orange has a distinct charm to it that is unlike anywhere else. For Marc Cota-Robles ’06, Orange is more than just a location. Growing up there and studying television broadcast journalism at Chapman University, Orange is both

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Chapman’s Keck Center: The Future Begins Now Oct. 11 Dedication Will Officially Usher in New Era in Science Education at Chapman University

September 27, 2018 by | Science, Health and Education

Convergence. That’s the goal for the practice of science at Chapman University, and it’s a goal the Keck Center for Science and Engineering helps to achieve. From inception, this space was meant to advance interdisciplinary study and accelerate progress on the scientific and societal problems that impact the world. Its design supports the transcendence of