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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

Getting to the Root of Racist Hate Chapman researcher Pete Simi says we shouldn't be surprised by violent nature of white supremacists.

August 10, 2018 by | Arts and Culture

Chapman University Professor Pete Simi has been to birthday parties where the cake was shaped like a swastika. He has seen a 5-year-old casually snap into a Nazi salute and heard other children recite horribly racist nursery rhymes from memory. He has listened to a white nationalist describe fits of rage so intense that after

‘Conversing With Cancer’ A new book by Chapman faculty members offers a prescription for better health communication practices.

August 10, 2018 by | Science, Health and Education

Cancer begins heaven knows when. But for most people it announces itself with a jolt of a diagnosis, followed by various treatments, sidelined plans, lousy side effects, medical bills, leaves of absence, recovery and hope for remission. It’s a lot for patients, family members and health practitioners to discuss, whichever direction the wild ride takes.

Graduate Students Participate in University’s Inaugural Three Minute Thesis Competition for Cash Prize and Bragging Rights

May 4, 2018 by | Research

It’s a numbers game: Fifteen Chapman University graduate students representing six colleges had just 180 seconds and one slide to share their research work, passion and findings with the judges on Wednesday evening. A countdown clock kept students on pace as they addressed everything from Civil War letter writing, financial literacy, to the Gypsy Holocaust

Women of Chapman’s Christmas at The Ritz Raises $291,000

December 13, 2017 by | Scholarship

The Women of Chapman hosted their 31st Annual Christmas at The Ritz. The event took place at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach and raised more than $291,000 for Chapman University. The funds will go towards pledges the organization has designated for the Digital Media Arts Center, The Musco Center for the Arts, and the