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


Share Your Work at the 2nd Annual Faculty Research Expo

October 24, 2012 by | News

Faculty researchers interested in sharing their work with students or connecting with their fellow campus researchers are encouraged to participate in the second annual university-wide Faculty Research Expo on Nov. 12 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Argyros Forum Ballroom. Faculty members interested in presenting at the expo are asked to indicate their interest


MS Food Science Student Awarded NAFFS Scholarship

October 16, 2012 by | News

Food Science Graduate student Erin Young was awarded a scholarship by the National Association of Flavors & Food-Ingredient Systems (NAFFS). She is the only recipient of the award on the West Coast; other recipients include students from Rutgers University on the East Coast  and Michigan State University in the Midwest. The $2000 scholarship awarded to Young


CECHA Workshop on Function Theories for Bicomplex and Hyperbolic Numbers

October 16, 2012 by | Events

The Center of Excellence in Complex and Hypercomplex Analysis presents a workshop on function theories for biocomplex and hyperbolic numbers. The workshop will run from October 22 to 26 in the Sandhu Conference Center. Function Theories for Bicomplex and Hyperbolic numbers have recently gained momentum in the Mathematics and Physics communities. The goal of this workshop is


Panel to Discuss Affordable Care Act

October 16, 2012 by | Events

A panel of legal and healthcare experts will discuss the Affordable Care Act’s impact on college students, women, families, the elderly, children and persons with disabilities, the insured and the uninsured Wednesday, Oct. 24, from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in Argyros Forum, Room 209, at Chapman University. Scheduled panelists include: Dr. Greg Buchert, former CEO


NASA's Pathways Intern Employment Program

October 3, 2012 by | News

Internship opportunity for those students who qualify and are interested. For help with the application process, please visit the Career Development Center. Job Title: NASA’s Pathways Intern Employment Program Department: National Aeronautics and Space Administration Agency: Dryden Flight Research Center Salary Range: $31,171.00 to $83,126.00 / Per Year Open Period: Thursday, September 27, 2012 to Thursday,


MathCS Seminar with Prof. Andrew Moshier

October 2, 2012 by | Events

Prof. Andrew Moisher, Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, will be hosting a MathCS seminar Thursday, October 4. The seminar will take place at Von Neumann Hall (545 W. Palm Ave) from 1:15pm until 2:15pm. Title: Generalizing Modal Logic for Compact Hausdorff Semantics Abstract: Normal modal logic can be regarded as a specification language for non-deterministic state

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