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Schmid Students Receive Highest Honors at 2019 Campus Leadership Awards Vidal Arroyo wins Cheverton; Daniel Chang wins Huntington; Alejandra Solis wins Delp

May 22, 2019 by | News

On May 3, 2019, Dean of Students Jerry Price, Ph.D. and his office held the 2019 Campus Leadership Awards, to recognize and celebrate the outstanding achievements of our students and organizations within the Chapman community. Schmid College students received the highest honors, including the Paul S. Delp Award, the Ronald M. Huntington Award and the

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Schmid Students Inducted into Phi Beta Kappa Congratulations to Vidal Arroyo '19, Jenny Gritton '19 and Crosby Tinucci '20

April 24, 2019 by | News

On Thursday, April 18, 2019, Vidal Arroyo ’19, Jenny Gritton ’19 and Crosby Tinucci ’20 were among the 22 students inducted into Chapman’s newest honors society Phi Beta Kappa, Psi of California. Read more about the induction ceremony here. Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest, most prestigious honors society in the nation. Established in 1776,

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Inside the GCI Makerspace Student assistant Amy Lam '19 shares how a chemistry lab transformed into a makerspace

April 15, 2019 by Amy Lam | Student Author

At the end of the Fall semester, I was offered a position as an assistant in the Grand Challenges Initiative (GCI) Makerspace. It was very rewarding to help the program transform an old organic chemistry lab into a creative space for students to explore interdisciplinary solutions with sophisticated equipment. The new Makerspace includes everything from

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How to Get Involved in Undergraduate Research

April 8, 2019 by Briana Sukert | Research

Are you interested in participating in undergraduate research, but don’t know where to start? Schmid College of Science and Technology has many opportunities for you to get research experience and work in collaboration with faculty to contribute your ideas.   What Types of Research Opportunities Are There? From Dr. Jerry LaRue’s research that focuses on understanding

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Students Travel To D.C. For Citizens’ Climate Congressional Education Day Chapman Students take a trip to Washington to maintain the proverbial torch to build the political will for a more sustainable future

December 1, 2017 by Kelvin Hoppel | Student Author

Over 500 volunteers travelled to the nation’s capital a few weeks ago to learn how to become active members in a democracy from one of the most prominent grassroots environmental organizations in the nation: The Citizens’ Climate Lobby/Citizens’ Climate Education (CCL/CCE). Thanks to SGA funding, CCL, and support from a multitude of Chapman University faculty

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Summer Research: Sara Siwiecki spends summer at Yale connecting biological, physical, and engineering sciences

August 2, 2017 by Maddie Tumbarello | Research

Meet Sara Siwiecki, a rising senior who is majoring in biochemistry and molecular biology with a biophysics minor. If you haven’t seen her around campus, you haven’t been looking. Sara not only helps with hagfish research with Professor Fudge, but she is also a member of the Schmid Student Leadership Council, a Supplemental Instruction Leader

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Research: Just Do It Biological sciences senior Jessica Rush’s advice after presenting her climate change research this summer in Puerto Rico

July 10, 2017 by | Research

I’m a rising senior double majoring in Biological Sciences and Spanish. Most importantly, I have been a “Swamp Monster” since spring semester of my sophomore year. Being a Swamp Monster means I, along with other undergraduates, work alongside Chapman faculty Dr. Jason Keller and Dr. Cassandra Medvedeff Zalman conducting research in wetland ecology.  It also

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“To whom much is given, much is expected” Triple Physics, Math and Spanish Major Taylor Lee Patti's Cheverton Speech from 2017 Closing Convocation

May 25, 2017 by Taylor Lee Patti | News

2017 Cheverton Trophy winner Taylor Lee Patti delivered the following speech at the 2017 Closing Convocation ceremony held the evening of Friday, May 19, 2017 on Wilson Field. I’d like to start off by thanking all of the aunts and uncles who helped raise me and all of the Chapman faculty and staff who helped

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