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2021 IWOTA Conference Hosted at Chapman

September 7, 2021 by | Events

On August 9th through 13th, Chapman University hosted the annual International Workshop on Operator Theory and its Applications Conference to bring together mathematicians and engineers who work in functional analysis and its application to related areas. This international conference brought over 200 attendees from all over the world, with guests participating on campus and remotely.

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New Schmid Faculty Spotlight

August 31, 2021 by | Faculty

Join us in welcoming our new additions to our Schmid College faculty! To introduce them to our community, we asked each new faculty member a few Q&A questions to hear about their previous experience and interests. Click the links below to read more about each faculty member! Cecilia Zurita-Lopez, Ph.D., assistant professor of biochemistry. Welcome

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Unraveling the mechanisms that control parental care in birds

August 18, 2021 by Holly Secon | Research

When animals become parents, they often need to change their behaviors in ways that allow them to protect and ensure the survival of their offspring. What happens in the brain when an animal becomes a new parent? In humans, even people who have not experienced pregnancy, such as fathers and adoptive parents, are able to

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Schmid College Summer Research Showcase Recap

August 5, 2021 by | Events

On August 4th, 2021, Schmid College of Science and Technology hosted the first annual Summer Research Showcase to celebrate the undergraduate students who participated in summer research programs such as SURF, SURFEES, and Schmid College Summer Interns. The student participants presented their research to over 100 faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members.  The showcase

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SwampMonster Heads to Alaska

August 2, 2021 by | Alumni

Jesse Rush ‘18 graduated with a BS in biological sciences and a BA in Spanish. During her time at Chapman, Rush was the President of the Chapman University chapter of Women in Science and Technology, an Orientation Leader, and participated in undergraduate research opportunities. From Geneva, Illinois, Rush was able to enter into the Chapman

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Working on the Front Line During the Pandemic

July 12, 2021 by | Alumni

Rosita Saul ‘20 graduated with a B.S. in biological sciences and a minor in Holocaust history. During her time at Chapman, Saul was greatly involved around campus, where she was a member of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), a child life volunteer at UCI Health, a volunteer at Higher Ground, a tutor at the

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The Benefits of Taking a Gap Year

June 21, 2021 by Anne Schmidt '23 | Alumni

Abbigael Eli ‘20 graduated with a biochemistry and molecular biology degree and rhetoric and writing studies minor. During her time at Chapman, Eli was heavily involved around campus, acting as a supplemental instructor for Bio 208, a tutor for general chemistry and general biology courses, ACS Vice President, and was a student representative for the

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Schmid Faculty Receive 2021 Faculty Opportunity Funding

May 17, 2021 by Anne Schmidt '23 | Research

On April 29th, the Offices of the President, the Provost, and the Vice President for Research announced the recipients of the 2021 Faculty Opportunity Fund Awards. The Faculty Opportunity Fund program was established to support faculty in the development of new and innovative research, scholarship, and creative activity. This year, out of 40 proposals submitted,

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Schmid Seniors Recognized at 2021 Campus Leadership Awards

May 10, 2021 by | Student Success

On May 7, 2021, Dean of Students Jerry Price, Ph.D., held the 2021 Campus Leadership Awards to recognize and celebrate the outstanding achievements of our Chapman students. Dean Price presented the awards via the @LifeatCU Instagram account. You can view the videos here.  Ronald M. Huntington Award for Outstanding Scholarship Co-Recipient Ashley Nichols The Ronald

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Environmental Science Course Works with Nonprofit to Restore Habitats in OC

April 22, 2021 by Monroe Roush | Faculty

Happy Earth Day, Chapman! Many of our students and faculty love to enjoy the beautiful Southern California environment, exploring both the beaches and mountains within driving distance of campus. One Chapman professor, Matt Yurko, is working to ensure these beautiful spaces are healthy and protected through the nonprofit Project Grow. He told us more about the

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