From the monthly archives: March 2017

Starting in April 2017, the historian Andrew Carroll will be embarking on the “Million Letters Campaign” to seek out and preserve at least one million war-related correspondences from every conflict in U.S. history, from handwritten missives penned during the American Revolution to emails sent from Iraq and Afghanistan. Carroll is the founding director of […]

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Chapman University expands its science learning opportunities thanks to a donation from Experian. The $750,000 pledge will create the Experian Assistant Professorship in Machine Learning.

“We are grateful for the generosity of Experian and excited to be able to put their gift to use immediately to expand machine learning opportunities in our science programs,” said […]

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Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, recognized as one of the premier film schools in the United States, will focus on Hollywood directors with the theme ‘In the Director’s Chair’ at the 18th Annual Women in Focus Conference. Taking place on Friday, April 7, the Women in Focus Conference will feature Academy […]

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Chapman University will host its second annual Education & Ethnic Studies Summit on April 1-2, 2017. This event is designed as a professional interchange opportunity for teachers, educators, scholars, activists, community organizers, students and parents to dialogue on the Ethnic Studies movement. Hosted by Chapman’s College of Educational Studies, this year’s theme is Activist […]

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Chapman University has published the results of a state-wide study on the communication campaigns California has been employing to address its ongoing drought. The study looked at current message strategies aimed to reduce residential water use in California.

“What we learned was counterintuitive to what we expected,” said Jake Liang, Ph.D., assistant professor in […]

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Chapman University School of Pharmacy Professor
Jeff Goad
, has achieved the rank of Fellow of the
International Society of Travel Medicine
. This lifetime credential is for professionals who have demonstrated outstanding contributions to the field of travel medicine. Dr. Goad joins the second cohort of […]

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Chapman University Chief of Public Safety Randy Burba will be among the senior leaders of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) who will meet with Members of Congress on public safety issues at higher education institutions during IACLEA’s 2017 Capitol Hill Day, Wednesday, March 8, 2017. On Thursday, March 9, […]

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World-renowned opera star Plácido Domingo returns to Chapman University’s Marybelle and Sebastian P.
Musco Center for the Arts
to receive an Honorary Doctor of Arts in a special hooding ceremony. All are welcome for a special afternoon of both academic ritual and song as Chapman University honors friend and artistic […]

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Chapman University announces the newest members of its
Board of Trustees
and Board of Governors. The new members will join a 40-member board and a 27-member board, respectively, and serve three year terms. Trustees and Governors support the institution’s vision and mission, provide insight and guidance on academic and administrative […]

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What:                     Leaders in recruiting and retaining Latino/a students in higher education come together with academic experts in the field, as well as a student panel discussion on the opportunities and challenges Latino/a students face. For those who are first-generation in their family to go to college, unique challenges may also arise.

 When:                          Thursday, March 9, […]

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