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It’s here! Join us for Chapman University’s Annual State of Research and Creative Activity Tomorrow, November 17, 12-1:00 P.M.

November 17, 2020 by | Office of Research

Join us tomorrow, November 17th for the Annual State of Research and Creative Activity. This year’s event will be virtual and will highlight the exciting work of Chapman faculty and students across campus. Tickets are free, but required, so be sure to reserve yours. Once you have registered you will receive the viewing link. Hope

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Ask the Experts Virtual Town Hall: COVID-19, What We Now Know Monday, November 16, 11-12:00 PM

November 9, 2020 by | Uncategorized

Chapman University’s Vice President for Research, Thomas Piechota, hosts the next Ask the Experts – COVID-19 Research Town Hall on Monday, November 16, 11AM – noon, featuring several Chapman faculty who are already working on COVID-19-related research and outreach. Tune in to hear the latest on COVID-19 trends, treatments, and vaccines. The entire Chapman community

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Call to Identify Interest in the National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation Program NSF 18-513

November 5, 2020 by | Faculty & Students

The National Science Foundation limits the number of proposals that an institution may submit to the Major Research Instrumentation program to a total of three (3) proposals: two (2) instrument acquisition proposals and one (1) instrument development proposal. Depending on the number of interested faculty, Chapman may need to run this as an internal competition

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CHOC Children’s 2020 Research Day- November 18, 2020 Go Beyond- Advancing Pediatric Research During the COVID-19 Pandemic

October 20, 2020 by | Office of Research

Choc Children’s 2020 Research Day will be, Wednesday, November 18.  This year’s theme is the Advancing Pediatric Research During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Scientific Virtual poster-PowerPoint Call for Abstracts: The Submission Deadline is 10/26/20. Please submit your work for consideration to: https://is.gd/chocriabstracts Abstracts are limited to 300 words and may be unrelated to the Research Day theme. Work previously

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