Cal (Collins) Roe grew up in Burbank, CA, where he graduated high school and studied engineering at a local community college. Following his then-girlfriend’s example, Roe enrolled in chemistry classes and then decided to join his girlfriend at Chapman College to study the chemistry of plastic materials – a decision that would set the pace of the rest of his career. Pursuing plastics
Mark your calendar for the 2016 Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration! Reminisce with old friends while making new ones at Homecoming’s events Friday, September 30 — Sunday, October 2. Schmid College invites you back to campus to attend our events below, as well as the Men’s Soccer game vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, the 7th annual chili cook-off, the
On December 5, 2015, Chapman alumnus Leonardo Eifert ’13 passed away due to post-surgery complications. Leonardo was a beloved mathematics major and physics minor who was well known about campus for his friendliness, compassion for others, and patience. We like to imagine that he is teaching and learning somewhere else now, with access to answers
Yet another Schmid College alumnus is making strides after his undergraduate studies at Chapman, this time in the form of Jack Jacobs ‘15. Jacobs majored in biochemistry and molecular biology at Schmid College, and this fall he began his pursuit of a pharmacology doctorate at University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine, ranked among the country’s best medical
Chapman University’s 2015 Homecoming Celebration is Friday, October 2 – Sunday, October 4, and Schmid College of Science and Technology has plenty of great events planned for you! Homecoming is a great opportunity to mix and mingle with students, alumni, parents and colleagues. See our schedule of events below and register online. Friday, October 2 Faculty
Alumnus Dor Shoshan and his family have much to celebrate. Dor graduated with honors in May from Chapman University’s Biological Sciences program. He received both the Outstanding Senior Award in Biological Science as well as the Ronald M. Huntington Award for Outstanding Scholarship representing the graduating senior with the most distinguished record of academic scholarship.
“What should our hashtag be this year?” “#ChapmanIFT2015″? “#IFT2015″? “#ChapmanDoesChicago”? This is the question students ask each other as we get prepared for the annual “Food Convention” as I like to call it. This past July, Chapman University’s food science graduate students and faculty attended the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Meeting and Expo in
In a big year for Schmid College, alumna Elizabeth Berrigan ’14 was among the few awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship in Physics and Astronomy – Theoretical Physics. NSF bestowed the grants to only the top 7% of applicants from an already elite pool. Berrigan, who double-majored in Physics and Biochemistry at Schmid College, said she felt Chapman University played a significant
Schmid College saw its current students and alumni alike receive prestigious distinctions for the 2015 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Of over 16,000 applicants vying for grants to fund their research, only 2,000 received awards.
Schmid College did not have to wait long for its young Environmental Science and Policy program to sprout an impressive alumna. Madison Hoffacker ’13, a recent graduate with a grass-roots foundation in the program, co-authored and published a paper in Nature Climate Change. Hoffacker was one of the first four students to officially declare a