Turtle expert Professor Fred Caporaso makes room for a special turtle

January 29, 2013 by | News

There’s always room in Professor Fred Caporaso’s Hashinger Hall office for another turtle. The latest to join his collection of turtle and tortoise trinkets and photos is a handsome little figure of an ornate desert box turtle. The hand-carved sculpture is actually an award, the inaugural “Charlie Green Turtle Conservation & Education Award” given by


Dr. Peter Jipsen starts the year off with altitude

January 27, 2013 by | News

Invited speaker Dr. Jipsen covered various topics at CUSO winter school in Switzerland Dr. Jipsen gave three lectures in just three days at the CUSO Winter School in Mathematics and Computer Science in Les Diablerets, Switzerland.  His lectures covered finite models and practical decision procedures in propositional substructural logics. The quick winter school session focused


Delayed childbearing research sparks a new collaboration for Schmid professor

January 19, 2013 by | News

The director of Schmid College’s Marriage and Family Therapy Program has embarked on a collaborative research project with scholars at the University of Hong Kong aimed at exploring topics related to delayed childbearing. Brennan Peterson , Ph.D., associate professor, has conducted extensive research on young adults’ underestimation of their “biological clocks.” Such research into


Hackathon event for software engineers, entrepreneurs to be hosted on campus

January 18, 2013 by | News

Chapman University, in partnership with AnyMeeting.com, a leading provider of web conferencing, will be the host site for the AnyMeeting WebRTC Hackathon planned Saturday, Jan. 26. Influxis, a live streaming and real-time application hosting provider, has signed on to be a sponsor of the event along with TokBox, creators of the OpenTok video platform, who


Alumnus Leads Humanitarian Dental Trip to Kenya

January 10, 2013 by | News

The 8-year-old girl had a decayed front tooth, discolored almost to the gum line. In the African city slum where she lived, such a disfigurement was essentially a curse that would repel marriage suitors and crush her prospects for any kind of hopeful future.Then the dentists arrived. They treated and restored the tooth. The little


Entrepreneur and Chapman Alumnus featured on Caypen.com

December 11, 2012 by | News

New entrepreneur shares insight into his company and what it takes to run your own business. Ever thought of running your own business?  Sometimes all it takes to get the ball rolling is a little motivation.  Matt Connor, founder of cloud computing services company SSD Nodes, recently shared his insight with Caypen.com, a media publishing


Student Research Day

December 6, 2012 by | Events

Save the date! Thursday, May 9, 2013 will be the annual student research day. This event, organized to highlight the breadth and depth of scholarly and creative activity conducted by undergraduate and graduate students at Chapman, will feature two professional student poster sessions and a lunch for participants featuring a keynote speaker. Mark your calendars–you

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