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.
Award-winning documentary HILLBILLY to screen at Musco Center for the Arts on March 12th 7:30pm. Presented by the Office of Research and directed by Professor Sally Rubin, the film will be followed by a panel featuring Chapman professors Lori Cox Han, Joel Kotkin, and Stephanie Takaragawa. Praised by Michael Moore and Dolly Parton as “wonderful,”
Through the support of the Kay Family Foundation, the Office of Research is proud to announce the funding for Kay Graduate Research Scholars. Kay Graduate Research Scholars may pursue research activities associated with any facet of data analytics/sciences. Examples of relevant research projects include, but are not limited to: The use of medium or large