Morgan Sohrabian will be joining the Office of Research as a Contracts and Grants Administrator on September 24th. In this position, Morgan will work with faculty on post-award management of grants and contracts. Morgan has worked at Chapman since August 2017, most recently as the Sponsored Project Coordinator where she supported faculty with sponsored projects funding from federal agencies, private sector and foundations. Prior to Chapman, Morgan had over 25 years of experience in accounting, human resources, sales and real estate. Morgan enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Her passion is traveling and learning about different cultures.
What began as a general interest in Woman’s heath resulted in a scholarship award winning research project on the Uptake of Opioid Guidelines in Reproductive Aged Women at Ambulatory Care Clinics. Salena Preciado, Chapman University’s 2019 Kay Graduate Scholar, instantly became passionate about her research while diving into literature reviews on the topic. During our
Chapman University is excited to announce the first support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for more than $417,000. The support for the California Special Education Residency Projects grant will help fund research and training to remove barriers facing students with disabilities. Chapman will be partnering with the University of Kansas and the University