Prof. Walter Piper Interviewed on 'The Academic Minute'

November 13, 2012 by | News

Dr. Walter Piper, professor of Biological Sciences, will be featured on The Academic Minute, a nationally syndicated educational radio program, Wednesday, November 14. Dr. Piper will be speaking about his studies in loons and their territorial nature.  Dr. Walter Piper has studied territoriality of Common Loons since 1993 in Oneida County, Wisconsin. Click here for the podcast of


Interface Symposium

November 8, 2012 by | Events

Chapman University and the Interface Foundation of North America invite you to participate in the Chapman University Symposium on Big Data and Analytics the 44th Symposium on the Interface of Computing Science and Statistics. The joint Chapman, Interface symposium welcomes scientific contribution dealing with Big Data in a way to advance the core scientific and technological means of


Axle Game, Students Featured in the Orange County Register

November 6, 2012 by | News

The Orange County register published an article November 1 highlighting the accomplishments of Chapman CS students in their development of the game ‘Axle’. The article details the way the students worked with the entrepreneurial start-up incubator eVillage to form an LLC and develop a business plan to continue to grow the game. The company they formed, Fallstreak


Undergraduate CS Student David Tyler Takes First in Conference Competition

October 30, 2012 by | News

David Tyler, an undergraduate student in the School of Computational Sciences, took first prize in the Student Design Contest at the System-on-Chip Conference. Tyler tied for first place with a UCI Graduate Student, receiving a $500 cash prize for his project titled “Map the Network”. The contest was sponsored by the Orange County division of the


Dr. Brennan Peterson Discusses Female Fertility in Major Canadian News Publication

October 30, 2012 by | News

Dr. Brennan Peterson, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of Marriage and Family Therapy program, was cited in an article in the Canadian news website Maclean’s. The article, “Thirty-Seven and Counting”, highlights the misconceptions currently held about women’s fertility. The age at which women experience a decline in fertility is much younger than we believe,


CU and UCI to Host a Stroke Rehab Workshop

October 25, 2012 by | Events

The Schmid College of Science and Technology is partnering with UCI Brain Repair Center to host a continuing education workshop centered around rehabilitation after stroke. The workshop is free for students as well as RNs, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Therapy professionals. In addition to the Workshop, the Orange County Stroke Rehab Network is


Prop 37 Debate Lively, Informative

October 25, 2012 by | Events

Click here to see a video of the debate.  The debate over Proposition 37, the California ballot measure that would require labeling of genetically engineered food, heated up in a lively campus debate last week, with both sides drawing cheers and occasional hoots from the audience. Nearly 200 people attended the panel discussion, sponsored by


CS Students Start Kickstarter Campaign to Fund Game Development

October 25, 2012 by | News

Students Liz Fiacco, Lauren Gragg, Jessica Kernan, Bryson Thill, Alex Solano, David Housky, Billy Peake and Adam Borecki have collaborated to develop the mobile app game ‘Axle’, which is now seeking funding through Kickstarter. The game, which has won 1st place at the IEEE Intercollegiate Game Showcase and nominated for a Cecil Award, tells the

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