From the monthly archives: February 2017

Chapman University announces that Wylie Aitken, a longtime trial lawyer and fixture in Orange County’s cultural, business and academic scenes, is the newest Chairman of the University’s Board of Trustees. Aitken has served on
Chapman’s Board of Trustees
since 2004 and begins his two-year year term as Chairman immediately.
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Chapman University’s annual Holocaust Art and Writing Contest reaches new heights this year with a record-breaking 250 middle and high schools registered to participate.  Now in its 18
th
year, the contest involves some 7,000 students representing 30 states and eight countries.  Each school sends forward to the final round of […]

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Chapman University is the recipient of the largest reported gift in institutional history. A $100 million commitment from Dale and Sarah Ann Fowler was announced this morning during President Daniele Struppa’s inaugural State of the University address. The new funding from the Fowlers will be earmarked for a future school of engineering.
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Chapman University will dedicate the suite in the
A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research
in memory of its long-time popular economist Dr. Esmael “Essie” Adibi. Thanks to a generous donation from
SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union
—where Dr. Adibi served as a board member and on various […]

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Nancy Alvarez
, PharmD, BCPS, FAPhA, Assistant Dean, Experiential Education and Continuing Professional Development for Chapman University’s
School of Pharmacy
(CUSP) will begin her one-year term as the American Pharmacist’s Association (APhA) 162
nd
president when she is officially inducted into the office on March 27, […]

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Chapman University takes time each year to honor its roots by hosting
Founders Day
. On March 10 and 11, the university will host the annual Founders Day event with the theme:
FEAR NOT,
sponsored by the
Office of Church Relations
. Founded in […]

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Chapman University psychology faculty member
Dr. Laura Glynn
was elected to the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research. This lifetime appointment is for scientists whose research exists at the interface of behavior and medicine.

“I am truly honored to have been included among this prestigious group of scientists,” […]

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While Chapman University’s
Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences
is technically only two years old, the physical therapy program it houses enjoys the title of the oldest continually accredited program in California. Since 1928, Chapman’s Department of Physical Therapy (PT) is one of the longest running PT programs in […]

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Chapman University will host its inaugural
Women’s Leadership Conference
on Saturday, February 18. This half-day event features women leaders who will share their expertise from fields such as entertainment, higher education, business careers, K-12 education, law and the public sector, community, and philanthropy. The event is open to the public.
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Chapman University will host a day-long event featuring leaders in the areas of government, economy, society and infrastructure who will address where Orange County is headed in the next 25 years. Among the featured speakers are former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, President of Five Points Communities Emile Haddad, and former Chapman University […]

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