A graduate student from Cameroon will join family and friends for Thanksgiving bearing a turkey marinated in a special blend of spices she brought from her homeland. “You wouldn’t find it here,” said Joele Atonfack (M.S./MBA ’18), who is pursuing a joint master’s in food science and business administration. “It just has a different flavor.
Everyone’s definition of comfort food varies – a traditional stew, a certain rice dish, a special sweet — but a warm welcome translates in any language. Chapman University is home away from home to more than 500 international students from 66 countries, and about 60 new and returning students from around the world gathered at the home of Bicky
When Chapman University students return to campus this fall, a record number of more than 500 international students representing 70 countries will be among them. And thanks to the work and suggestions of the Chapman Diversity Project , their transition to life and academics here will be made a little easier. International students will
Reflections on the Berlin Wall sparks memories of Cold War drama and insight into a new generation’s hopefulness.
Two students from the Dale E. Fowler School of Law have been offered highly selective summer internships with Open Society Justice Initiative in Phnom Penh. Katrina Jaffe, a second-year law student, will work primarily on issues relating to the Khmer Rouge tribunal. Julieanne Ines, a first-year law student and former Orange County Register reporter, will