Chapman’s “Beyond Copenhagen” International Conference on Climate Change officially kicks off tonight with the screening of some spectacular nature footage in the Folino Theater, Marion Knott Studios, at 7 p.m. MacGillivray Freeman Films will be screening selected clips from Into the Arctic, their upcoming IMAX release which is currently in production, followed by their full-length Oscar-nominated The Living Sea. Greg Macgillivray and Tom Campion will also hold an audience Q&A after the Into the Arctic excerpts. If you have not already registered for the Beyond Copenhagen conference online, the conference itself is completely sold out – but there should be some seats left in the theater for tonight’s movie screening, since the Folino Theater capacity is larger than the conference facility. So come over and there’s a good chance you can get in!
This summer, 10 local community colleges students had the opportunity to conduct research alongside Chapman faculty in the Keck Center for Science and Engineering. The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Ecological and Environmental Sciences (SURFEES) is an annual sponsored program by the National Science Foundation-Research Experiences for Undergraduate (NSF-REU). Chapman partners with Citrus College, Irvine
The Kim Environmental Geochemistry (KEG) Laboratory celebrated its 15 year anniversary on Friday, May 10, 2019. Current lab members and alumni joined Dr. Chris Kim in the Robert Day Lounge on the 3rd floor of the Keck Center for dinner, drinks, and storytelling. Alumni who couldn’t attend were invited to share a slide with their