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It Takes A Village To Educate Our Students Pancreatic cancer survivors help our students learn the art of science communication.

February 6, 2020 by | Student Focus

Many students in the sciences are working towards a career in healthcare. Which poses the question: How do we, as a college, prepare our students to be leaders in the healthcare industry? Going Beyond a Textbook Our faculty are preparing our young scientists for real-world challenges by further developing their interpersonal communication skills. Schmid College

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How a Conference in Chicago Changed my Understanding of Healthcare Natalie Paterson '20 shares her experience at the Improve Care Now Community Conference

December 2, 2019 by Natalie Paterson | Student Author

My name is Natalie Paterson, and I am a senior biochemist and nutrition minor on track to complete the 4 + 1 B.S. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology/M.S. Food Science integrated degree program by May 2021. Specifically, the integrated program is in direct alignment with my aspiration to use food as medicine. Thus far, pursuing my

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How to Study Abroad in the Sciences

November 18, 2019 by Monroe Roush | Student Author

This week is International Education Week, a time to learn about the different ways students can study abroad and expand their cultural awareness. Chapman’s Center for Global Education (CGE) offers a myriad of opportunities that range from single travel courses to full semesters (or years!) abroad. For our science students, studying abroad can seem like

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Seeking Truth Through Superconductivity CADS Ph.D. student, Iris Dorn, shares her experience writing a research paper with IQS faculty

September 23, 2019 by | Student Focus

Iris Dorn started as a Ph.D. student in the Computational and Data Sciences (CADS) Program in September 2018 under the supervision of Dr. Armen Gulian. Dr. Guilian is a member of the Insitute for Quantum Studies and is a Senior Research Scientist and Director of Chapman University’s Advanced Physics Laboratory, located in Burtonsville, Maryland. Dr.

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A Statistical Analysis of Coffee Joshua Goldfaden '20 wins Honorable Mention at ASA's Undergraduate Statistical Project Competition

September 12, 2019 by | News

Coffee enthusiast and biochemistry and molecular biology major, Joshua Goldfaden received Honorable Mention for his project, “The Concernment of Coffee: A Statistical Analysis of Coffee’s Chemical Properties.” He was encouraged by mathematics professor Dr. Criselda Pacioles to submit a project from his MATH-303 Biostatistics class he took with her in the fall of 2018.  The

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Experience City of Hope Read about our students' internship experience and register for a career excursion to tour the research facility!

September 9, 2019 by Elisa Hernandez | Events

In collaboration with City of Hope, we are happy to announce a City of Hope Career Excursion on September 19th, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to  1:30 p.m. Join us in touring City of Hope to learn about the undergraduate summer research programs, graduate school programs, and the positive impact that their research is having in

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