The first eight (8) months of FY 2018 (June 2017 – January 2018) have been very productive for Chapman faculty in obtaining sponsored projects from outside funding. To date, there has been $6.1 million from federal, local and state, foundations, and private businesses awarded to Chapman for various research and sponsored activities. The largest federal award to Chapman was granted during the time period by the National Institute on Aging for the research by Dr. Hillard Kaplan “Brain atrophy, cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s in low CVD-risk population.” Click here for a complete listing of FY 2018 awards to date.
Dear Campus Community, I want to provide guidance for researchers as a follow up to President Struppa’s announcement that Chapman will be fully remote for all non-essential personnel starting March 19th. Thank you for what you have done over the past weeks in this ever-changing environment, and for what has been asked of you
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to impact all parts of the U.S. and the world. Schools and businesses have closed or are conducting activities remotely and communities have had to implement strict quarantines. The impacts are being realized on the health of humans, social norms and the economy at all levels. The Office of Research