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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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Using Machine Learning for Autism Research

April 19, 2021 by Monroe Roush '21 | Research

It is Autism Awareness Month! Here in Schmid, we have a number of students working on interdisciplinary projects combining computer science, machine learning, and psychology to better understand Autism Spectrum Disorder (ADS). Two of those researchers are Dr. Raymond Anden and Dr. Chelsea Parlett, both of whom were awarded their doctorate in computational and data

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Pursuing Immunology with an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

April 5, 2021 by Anne Schmidt '23 | Alumni

Congratulations to Ashley Nichols ’20, who recently was awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP)! The NSF GRFP recognizes graduate students in science, technology, engineering, and math who are pursuing further education in masters and doctoral programs. The fellows receive opportunities for international research and professional development, as well as an annual

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Exploring the Intersection of Faith and Environmental Advocacy

January 4, 2021 by Monroe Roush | Alumni

Tami Chipeco ‘18 studied Environmental Science and Policy as an undergraduate. Following graduation, she took the opportunity to explore the intersection of her faith and environmental advocacy as the Ecological Discipleship Coordinator for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. This national Christian non-profit organization connects students on college campuses to empower and equip them to lead Bible studies,

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How GCI Networking led to a Post-Grad Job

November 2, 2020 by Monroe Roush | Alumni

Chapman’s Grand Challenges Initiative (GCI) pushes our first and second-year students to think big about the most challenging issues facing our society. From tackling the issue of microplastics in the ocean, to designing and building an insulin pump with 3D printing, to developing apps to help children with autism, our students work from their very

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Advice for Applying to Medical School

October 19, 2020 by Monroe Roush | Alumni

As we approach the midway point in the semester, many of our students are starting to think about applications to graduate programs. Although the application process can seem daunting, Chapman’s alumni network and career support can help students find the resources they need to successfully pursue education after Chapman. Today we are highlighting four alum

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An Unconventional Path to Becoming a Doctor

July 8, 2020 by | Biological Sciences Alumni

After visiting a sports medicine doctor in high school, Rachel Isaacs ’18 (M.S. ’19) was inspired to pursue a career as a physician. Entering college at Chapman as a biological sciences major, Rachel wasn’t planning to participate in research as an undergraduate because she was worried about the additional time commitment with her already full

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First-Ever ES&P Networking Mixer Brought Positivity During Pandemic

June 24, 2020 by Monroe Roush | Events

I chose Chapman in part because of the Environmental Science and Policy (ES&P) program. I was attracted to the small class sizes, the passion of the students, and the professors I met when I was a prospective student. Now that I am a junior, I can confidently say that the major has far exceeded my

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Headed to CalTech with a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

April 17, 2020 by Monroe Roush | News

We are so excited to celebrate Daniel Chang ’19, who was recently awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP)! The NSF GRFP recognizes graduate students in science, technology, engineering, and math who are pursuing further education in masters and doctoral programs. The fellows receive opportunities for international research and professional development, as

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