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Schmid Students Present Research at Student Scholar Symposium 

December 4, 2023 by | Events

“Doing research had a huge impact on my confidence as a scientist.” On Wednesday, November 29, Chapman’s Center for Undergraduate Excellence (CUE) hosted the biannual Student Scholar Symposium, which celebrates the breadth and depth of scholarly research and creative exploration by Chapman students. Projects ranged across all academic and creative disciplines. 36 Schmid students presented

Environmental Science and Policy Senior will travel to Rwanda for International Research Fellowship

May 10, 2023 by | Student Focus

Congratulations to Kate Hartshorn ’23, who will travel to Rwanda this summer after being accepted into the National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (NSF REU) program through the University of Southern California Los Angeles. Originally from Denver, Colorado, Hartshorn will graduate this spring with a B.S. in Environmental Science and Policy and a minor

Chapman Environmental Science Aluma Featured Guest on CBS’s “Mission Unstoppable”

March 7, 2023 by | Uncategorized

On February 11th, International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Chapman environmental science aluma Kylle Roy ’13 was a featured guest on CBS’s “Mission Unstoppable” hosted by Miranda Cosgrove. “Mission Unstoppable” is a television show highlighting inspiring female innovators in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and their work and research to improve the

Grand Challenges Initiative Fellow Appointed to Committee on Equity Congratulations Dr. Daniel Gardner!

February 22, 2023 by | Faculty

Grand Challenges Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Daniel Gardner, has been appointed to the Equity Committee for the Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI). SIGCHI is the “world’s largest association of professionals who work in the research and practice of human-computer interaction,” serving around 3000 members worldwide. Gardner is an

Biological Sciences Student Receives 2nd Place Award in USPROC’s Introductory Statistics Class Project Competition Congratulations Nathan Mermilliod!

November 4, 2022 by | Research

Congratulations Nathan Mermilliod ’24 for winning 2nd Prize in the Undergraduate Statistics Project Competition’s (USPROC) Spring 2022 Introductory Statistics Class Project competition with his project titled “Women’s Chess Titles: The Unanticipated Effects Of Institutional Intervention On Female Participation In Competitive Chess.” This competition was sponsored by the American Statistical Association (ASA) and the Consortium for Advancement

Student Recap of the NSF IRES Experience Morgan Grimes '22 reflects on her time in Sweden

October 31, 2022 by | Summer Research

This past summer, biological sciences and chemistry double major Morgan Grimes ’22 traveled to Stockholm, Sweden for the National Science Foundation International Research Experiences for Students (NSF IRES) under the guidance of Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Dr. Jerry LaRue. The NSF IRES: Chapman–Stockholm International Research Experience in Heterogeneous Catalysis is a 10-week summer research experience in Stockholm,

Dr. Cyril Rakovski Announced as Computational and Data Sciences Program Director

October 24, 2022 by | Faculty

Dr. Cyril Rakovski, associate professor of mathematics, has been named program director for the computational and data sciences graduate program! Rakovski attained his doctorate in biostatistics from Harvard University, where he designed novel extensions of the classical family-based test for associations. He was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Keck School of Medicine at the University

Chemistry Student and Professor Team Win DIC Award for Undergraduate Research Congratulations Ben Janda '23 and Dr. Allegra Liberman-Martin!

October 12, 2022 by | Student Focus

Congratulations Ben Janda ’23 and Dr. Allegra Liberman-Martin for their recent award from the American Chemical Society for Inorganic Chemistry Undergraduate Research! 2022 Division of Inorganic Chemistry Award for Undergraduate Research is presented to one student/preceptor duo for three separate categories to recognize the collaborative research of an outstanding undergraduate student/preceptor team in the field

Welcome New Grand Challenge Initiative Postdoctoral Fellows

September 26, 2022 by | Grand Challenges Initiative

Join us in welcoming our new additions to our Schmid College and Grand Challenge Initiative faculty! Miranda Aiken, Ph.D. Dr. Aiken is a biogeochemist researching the release of toxic, naturally-occurring soil metals into our groundwater. Her work is highly-interdisciplinary and investigates metal release from individual soil aggregates, all the way up to entire groundwater basins.

Chapman University Professor Awarded Taylor and Francis Remote Sensing Letters Award Congratulations ES&P Professor Dr. Ramesh Singh!

September 2, 2022 by | Faculty

Congratulations Dr. Ramesh Singh for his recent award from The Council of the Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society (RSPSoc) for his paper on “Chamoli Landslide Disaster” published in Remote Sensing Letters. Dr. Singh, a Professor of Environmental Science and Technology, has done extensive research within the Himalayas over his career, including “c2e2 Himalaya-International Workshop on

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