From the monthly archives: February 2016

ORANGE, Calif. – More than 200 middle and high schools, 120 of which are from Southern California, have participated in Chapman University’s 17th Annual Holocaust Art and Writing Contest. Many of these schools will be represented at the Awards Ceremony in Chapman’s Memorial Hall on March 4, 2016 at 11 a.m. The ceremony is not […]

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ORANGE, Calif., – UPDATED Feb. 29.  Hamid Khan, founder and former executive director of South Asian Network and Campaign Coordinator for Stop LAPD Spying will be the featured keynote speaker at the student-run Social Justice Symposium, presented by Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law’s Diversity Initiative Symposium and Publication. The symposium takes place […]

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ORANGE, Calif., February 16, 2016 —  Noted British author, theologian and Anglican priest Keith Ward from Oxford University will take on scientist and skeptic Michael Shermer in a debate at Chapman University on the nature of reality, science and religion, and God’s existence.  The debate will address such questions as: Can science really explain the […]

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Chapman University’s MBA program – in the Argyros School of Business and Economics – is ranked in CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings for 2016. Appearing in the first of two tiers, this is the first time the university’s MBA program has been ranked by this organization.

“One of the reasons we are particularly proud of […]

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A Chapman University psychologist and his interdisciplinary research team have just published a study examining the sexual satisfaction – or dissatisfaction – of heterosexual couples in long-term relationships, and what contributes to keeping sexual passion alive. In one of the largest studies to date that scientifically examines what contributes to a satisfying long-term sex life, […]

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ORANGE, Calif., February 3, 2016 – Chapman University’s Department of Political Science, in collaboration with Zocalo Public Square, will present its second annual Local Government Conference, “Reimagining Local Government,”  on Thursday, February 25, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Expert panelists and moderators will examine why local government matters, even as Washington tends to command […]

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Researchers at Chapman University, UCLA, and Stanford have just published work on how news media coverage shapes perceptions of obesity. They examined how perspectives on obesity portrayed in news articles affect people’s support for different obesity-related public policies and their prejudice towards fat men and women.

“Our finding that news […]

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