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GCI Presidential Fellow Receives $1.01M NASA Grant Dr. Joshua Fisher receives grant to help water management in the US

June 20, 2022 by | News

Congratulations to Grand Challenges Initiative Presidential Fellow Dr. Joshua Fisher for receiving the NASA Earth Science Applications: Water Resources grant of $1.01M. He will use NASA data to help water management in the United States. Dr. Fisher is the Presidential Fellow of Ecosystem Science, focusing on terrestrial ecosystems, water, carbon, and nutrient cycling. In this project, Fisher

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Receives the Robert Lochmiller Award Dr. Lopes is recognized for her contributions to disease ecology and ecological immunology.

June 2, 2022 by | Faculty

Dr. Patricia Lopes has been named a winner of the Robert Lochmiller Young Investigator Award on behalf of the Division of Ecoimmunology and Disease Ecology in the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. Named in honor of a seminal figure in ecoimmunology, the award recognizes distinguished contributions to the fields of ecological immunology and disease

2022 Schmid College SURF Fellows Congratulations to the 2022 SURF Fellowship Recipients!

May 2, 2022 by | Summer Research

Congratulations to our 2022 Schmid College SURF Fellows! Every year, the Center for Undergraduate Excellence reviews applicants for the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF), a paid, 8-week long program dedicated to student research and creative projects. 2022 SURF Fellows Sarah Connolly Major: Chemistry Faculty Mentor: Dr. Christopher Kim Research: Effect of Particle Size on Arsenic

Dr. Jordan’s Theory of Weak Value Amplification Plays Key Role in Boosting Precision Optics

December 6, 2021 by | Research

Co-director of the Institute for Quantum Studies Dr. Andrew Jordan’s theory of weak value amplification with waveguides inspired a breakthrough in the development of a device that is a more sensitive, robust and compact platform for measuring optical phase. In partnership with researchers from the Institute of Optics at the University of Rochester, the device

Chapman University Presidential Fellow Joshua Fisher Named to Global List of Influential Researchers

December 6, 2021 by Gregory Goldsmith | Faculty

Dr. Joshua B. Fisher, a Presidential Fellow of Ecosystem Science in Schmid College of Science and Technology at Chapman University, has been named a Highly Cited Researcher for 2021 by Clarivate for his contributions to the field of geoscience. Fisher studies water, carbon and nutrient cycling in terrestrial ecosystems using a combination of supercomputer models,

8th Annual Southwest Regional Meeting of Organismal Biologists 7 Chapman students presented their research

November 8, 2021 by | Research

On October 23rd, 2021 Chapman University hosted the 8th Annual Southwest Regional Meeting of Organismal Biologists, where students, faculty, and postdocs are able to discuss research through short talks, posters, and informal discussions.   Dr. Doug Fudge and Dr. Patricia Lopes hosted over 100 visiting biologists and students who are doing integrative research in the

Journey to Veterinary School – Johnny Altwal ’21 Biochemistry alum shares the benefits of his undergraduate research experience

November 1, 2021 by | Research

Johnny Altwal, ’21, graduated with a B.S. in biochemistry and molecular biology, found his way to Colorado State University to begin his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Recently, Altwal’s research on 3D printing of animal surgery was published in the Veterinary Surgery Journal, the only journal pertaining to surgery in veterinary medicine and is the official

Schmid College Summer Research Showcase Recap

August 5, 2021 by | Events

On August 4th, 2021, Schmid College of Science and Technology hosted the first annual Summer Research Showcase to celebrate the undergraduate students who participated in summer research programs such as SURF, SURFEES, and Schmid College Summer Interns. This was the biggest summer research cohort Schmid College has ever had. The student participants presented their research

Using Machine Learning for Autism Research Computational and Data Sciences graduates use research to better understand Autism

April 19, 2021 by Monroe Roush '21 | Research

It is Autism Awareness Month! Here in Schmid, we have a number of students working on interdisciplinary projects combining computer science, machine learning, and psychology to better understand Autism Spectrum Disorder (ADS). Two of those researchers are Dr. Raymond Anden and Dr. Chelsea Parlett, both of whom were awarded their doctorate in computational and data

Pursuing Immunology with an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Alumni Spotlight: Ashley Nichols '20

April 5, 2021 by Anne Schmidt '23 | Alumni

Congratulations to Ashley Nichols ’20, who recently was awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP)! The NSF GRFP recognizes graduate students in science, technology, engineering, and math who are pursuing further education in masters and doctoral programs. The fellows receive opportunities for international research and professional development, as well as an annual

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