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Top Honors for Teaching, Scholarship and Academic Support Awarded to Schmid College Faculty and Staff Funk, Dressel awarded Wang-Fradkin Professorships; Moshier receives Valerie Scudder Award; Hunnewell receives Barbara Mulch Award

May 12, 2017 by | News

The 2017 Faculty Honors Convocation was held Friday, May 12 in the Bush Conference Center of Beckman Hall, room 404, and Schmid College faculty were recipients of the highest honors awarded. 2017-2019 Wang-Fradkin Professorships Faculty Research and Development Council and the Provost’s Office selected Dr. Jennifer Funk, professor of biological sciences and director of the Biological Sciences program,

Schmid College Students Take Top Honors at 2017 Campus Leadership Awards Taylor Patti wins Cheverton; Sara Wanous wins Peterson; Taryn Miyake wins Huntington

May 5, 2017 by | News

At the end of each academic year, Dean of Students Jerry Price, Ph.D. and his office celebrate remarkable achievements among the Chapman University undergraduate student body at the Campus Leadership Awards. Schmid College students took many honors, including three of the highest: the Ronald M. Huntington Award for Outstanding Scholarship, the Gloria and Julian Peterson

Chapman Food Science Wins Regional College Bowl Competition! Next stop: Las Vegas for nationals

April 19, 2017 by | Research

On Saturday, April 8th, Chapman’s College Bowl team took home the title of Pacific Southwest College Bowl Champion at the regional Institute of Food Technologists Student Association (IFTSA) Pacific Southwest area meeting hosted by Cal Poly Pomona. Four schools (Chapman University, Cal Poly Pomona, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and Cal State Long Beach) competed

Scientists Should Advocate for Research Funding

March 23, 2017 by | Research

Last week, President Donald Trump revealed his first budget proposal which would cut funding for several science agencies.  Budgets for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) would experience the largest cuts, roughly 18-30%.  While these cuts are extreme, non-defense spending on research and development has been declining steadily since

With the AIMed Conference, Schmid and CHOC’s Relationship Grows Deeper December's conference is just another example of the two institutions rich collaboration.

January 20, 2017 by | Research

The Children’s Hospital of Orange County, or CHOC as its more commonly known in the local area, is approximately 1.7 miles away from Schmid College’s main hub in Hashinger Science Center on Chapman’s main campus . The two institutions’ relationship is much deeper than just geographic proximity though, and for the last several years CHOC

Hands-on Scientific Research Opportunities for Undergraduates Schmid College professors showcase research opportunities at OURCA's 2016 Faculty Research Expo

November 11, 2016 by | Events

Earlier this week, Schmid College faculty showcased their research and opportunities for students to get involved in it at the university-wide Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (OURCA) 2016 Faculty Research Expo. They were joined at the annual event by faculty from across the university in a tremendous display of the breadth of scholarly

Becoming a Machine Learning Scientist Dr. Erik Linstead shares his journey with Experian Consumer Services at its "Creating a Better Tomorrow" event

October 20, 2016 by | News

Thanks to a strong partnership with Experian Consumer Services and its president, Guy Abramo, Schmid College’s Director of Computer Science Undergraduate Programs and the Machine Learning and Assistive Technology Laboratory (MLAT Lab), Erik Linstead , lead a talk about his path to becoming a machine learning expert (geek) with 200+ Experian employees a recent company

Students in Cancer Biology Class Get a Lesson from Pancreatic Cancer Survivors

October 17, 2016 by | News

Last Thursday, Chapman University’s Biology of Cancer class hosted Lupe Romero, a nearly 5-year pancreatic cancer survivor, and Roberta Luna, a 14-year pancreatic cancer survivor. The women generously shared their highly personal experiences with pancreatic cancer to the room of approximately 25 upperclass biochemistry and molecular biology majors and biological sciences majors. Most of the

Co-seismic changes in water level observed in borehole located in China associated with Nepal Earthquake of 25 April 2015

September 15, 2016 by Ramesh Singh, Ph.D. | Research

On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude occurred in Kathmandu, Nepal, this earthquake took life of 8,000 people and injured more than 21,000 people. Many historical, old and new buildings were damaged. The earthquake shaking triggered extensive landslides and also snow avalanches at high mountain peaks. The impact was also observed in India, Bhutan, China,