At Chapman, Interterm is the month between winter break and spring semester, and it’s traditionally a unique slice of time for students to dive into classes designed to be immersive experiences.
This year’s flu season has walloped the country. But students can take action to avoid the virus or recover quickly if they contract it, say Chapman University health and medical experts.
The construction site of Chapman University’s Keck Center for Science and Technology may seem quite this winter. But things are humming along inside.
The California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF) is partnering with Chapman University’s School of Pharmacy and the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts to present a special screening of Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory, including a panel discussion and Q&A. The 2014 film, directed and produced by Michael Rossato-Bennett, explores the
Chapman University is one of just five Western Region schools honored by U.S. News & World Report for “Best Undergraduate Teaching.” To celebrate such distinction, we offer Teach Me This, a series of quick lessons on timely topics. Pull up a chair and learn from the faculty who are some of the best in the West. Maybe
A Chapman University School of Pharmacy junior faculty member has been awarded a $1,059,867 grant by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for ataxia research. Ataxia is a degenerative, hereditary disease of the nervous system. Those diagnosed often experience the same symptoms as someone who is drunk, such as slurred speech, stumbling and falling. All
Chapman University is one of just five Western Region schools honored by U.S. News & World Report for “Best Undergraduate Teaching.” To celebrate such distinction, we offer Teach Me This, a series of quick lessons on timely topics. Pull up a chair and learn from the faculty who are some of the best in the
Chapman students, staff, faculty and visitors packed the Sandhu Conference Center Wednesday afternoon to view a diverse array of more than 100 student posters representing every college and discipline. Tackling issues such as Homelessness in Orange County and Cultural Markers of Sexual Orientation, this was the first time many students had participated in a poster
Nearly 30 students presented their research at the 27th Annual Student Research Conference on Saturday, which returned to the Chapman campus for the first time in many years. Both oral and poster presentations were made by undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. students from universities across the region including UC Irvine, UC San Diego, USC, California State
She didn’t expect the tears and nostalgia. After all, it had been nearly 40 years since Susan Reyburn Lemieux ’77 had visited Chapman University. Driving back to campus this fall, she imagined things would be quite different now. Hardly recognizable. Then Lemieux saw iconic Memorial Hall, the 96-year-old building overlooking the historic core of campus.