What:                         Chapman University will host policy makers, academics, homeless advocates and journalists who will come together to discuss California’s high-cost housing and homelessness issues, and possible solutions. To see the speakers, click here.

Additionally, at the event Chapman will release the results of a survey taken on what Californians think of homelessness, President Trump, gun control and taxation.

When:                         April 5, 2018, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Where:                       Chapman University’s Beckman Hall, Room #404

Details:                       This event is free and open to the public, but a reservation is required, here. Parking is available at the Lastinger Parking Structure located off Walnut, underneath Wilson Field

For more information on this event, visit; https://www.chapman.edu/wilkinson/about/events/local-government-conference.aspx

About Chapman University

As an academically distinguished center of learning, Chapman University attracts extraordinary students and faculty from around the globe. Its ten schools and colleges foster a vibrant intellectual community, and provide extensive opportunities for students to learn, grow and discover alongside remarkable faculty. The University is home to some 8,000 students pursuing bachelor, master and doctoral degrees, and is alma mater to more than 40,000 alumni found throughout the United States and the world. Now celebrating its 157th year, Chapman is known for its distinguishing strengths in leadership and civic engagement, in the arts and entertainment disciplines, and in specialized sectors of technology and science. The University is comprised of its main campus in Orange, California, and the Rinker Health Science campus for graduate health science programs in Irvine, California. Visit us at www.chapman.edu.

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