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Who pays for dates?

February 13, 2014 by | News

This Valentine’s day, you may want to think twice about who will pick up the check at dinner, as Schmid College of Science and Technology Professor David Frederick has just come out with new research that examines men’s and women’s beliefs about who should pay for dates during courtship, and how couples actually

Happy New Year from Dean Hill

January 3, 2014 by | Uncategorized

Happy New Year from the Schmid College of Science and Technology! If you are new to Chapman University, let me extend a warm welcome. If you are a continuing member of our Chapman family, welcome back! We are very excited to usher in 2014, which promises to be a pivotal year for our science programs. This

Science Forum Series: Dr. Jennifer Martiny on December 4

November 20, 2013 by | Events

As part of the Science Forum Series , Dr. Jennifer Martiny, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Irvine, will be sharing her research about microbial diversity, ecosystem functioning, and global change. Microorganisms drive many processes in ecosystems on which humans depend. Recent research demonstrates that the variety of

Food Science Students Receive Industry Recognition from NAFFS

November 15, 2013 by | News

Congratulations to food science graduate students Sabrina Davis and Brendan Wong! The two were recognized by National Association of Flavor and Food-Ingredient Systems ( NAFFS ) and awarded the association’s 2013 west coast scholarship award. Patrick Imburgia, West Coast Scholarship Chair and Flavor Chemist of  Mission Flavors , presented the NAFFS West Coast scholarship awards

Science Forum Series, Dr. Cassandra Medvedeff on November 13

November 8, 2013 by | Events

As part of the Science Forum Series, Dr. Cassandra Medvedeff will be sharing her research about the Controls of Greenhouse Gas Production: Studies from the Florida Everglades to Minnesota Peatlands. Wetlands are key ecosystems that regulate the global carbon cycle through both storing and emitting large quantities of carbon. These ecosystems are the

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