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How One Becomes a Quadruple Major Conner Carnahan '20 shares how he majored in Physics, Mathematics, Philosophy, and Business, with an Economics minor

May 30, 2020 by | Student Focus

Conner Carnahan ’20 graduated this spring as a quadruple major in Physics, Mathematics, Philosophy, and Business with a minor Economics. This wasn’t necessarily Conner’s plan from the start, but through his time at Chapman, he followed his passions which led him to explore a variety of academics. How One Major Snowballed into Four Carnahan entered

Daniel Alpay to Speak at Chapman University

February 2, 2015 by | News

If you were unable to attend, you may view Dr. Alpay’s lecture slides here. Schmid College is excited to announce that next week, Professor Daniel Alpay will be on campus giving a lecture series. Alpay is very influential in the field of Complex Analysis and is the Earl Katz Chair in Algebraic System Theory, Department of

Math/CS Research Seminars: Oct 21 and 24

October 17, 2014 by | Events

Join us for two upcoming math and computational science research seminars October 21 and 24 in Von Neumann Hall. Speaker: Prof. Daniel Alpay, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel Tuesday October 21st 2014 at 4pm (tea and cookies at 3:30pm) in Von Neumann Hall Title: Linear combination interpolation, Cuntz relations and infinite products (joint work

Chapman University partners with Saddleback College in Science Programs

April 10, 2014 by | News

From the Chapman University Press Room: Chapman University and Saddleback College have joined forces in an effort to create more graduates in the sciences. In a formal agreement to be signed by the two schools on April 21, the partnership aligns Saddleback College’s science programs with Chapman’s Schmid College of Science and Technology

Bloomberg Aptitude Test information session Sept. 18

September 12, 2013 by | Events

Next week, Chapman University will host an information session on the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT).  The BAT test score database is searched daily by over 20,000 employers who are seeking strong candidates to fill business and finance positions. Financial firms hire math, engineering, and computer science majors to build the complex financial models and algorithms

Chapman University to host BLAST Math Conference August 5 – 9

July 16, 2013 by | Events

ORANGE, Calif. – Chapman University is hosting an international mathematics conference the first week of August. Top mathematicians from some of the world’s best universities in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa will be on hand to present and to exchange ideas. The main themes of the symposium are Boolean algebras, lattices, algebraic and quantum

School of Computational Sciences to host upcoming talk on matrices

March 27, 2013 by | Events

The School of Computational Sciences is pleased to invite you to a mathematics seminar on “Almost Commuting Matrices”. In this seminar, Mustafa Said (University of California, Irvine) will investigate a variant of an old problem in linear algebra and operator theory that was popularized by Paul Halmos “Must almost commuting matrices be nearly commuting?” He

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