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Schmid College of Science and Technology


March 19th Science Forum with Katrine Whiteson, PhD: “Metabolites, Germs and People”

March 12, 2014 by | Events

Join us Wednesday, March 19th at noon in Arygros Forum, room 119A . Katrine Whiteson, PhD, will present “Metabolites, Germs and People: Human-associated Microbial Communities in Health and Disease”. Dr. Whiteson studies how individual and persistent human-associated microbial and viral communities affect health. The talk will address how infection with a bacterial pathogen, vaccination, immune

Food Science Alumna Profile: Nicole Law ’12

March 7, 2014 by | News

Nicole Law ’12, a graduate of Chapman University’s Food Science master’s program, recently shared her experience journeying from China to Chapman University and then starting her career with her current job as Food Safety Coordinator at Frieda’s. You can watch her profile above. Food Science is the discipline in which scientists use biology, chemistry, physical sciences,

March 19th: Annual Food Industry Networking Night

February 28, 2014 by | Events

The Food Science Master’s Program at Chapman University invites you to its Second Annual Food Industry Networking Night . The event is hosted by the Food Science Student Association at Chapman University and will be Wednesday, March 19th at 6pm. For more details and to RSVP, click here. All members of the food industry are invited and

Toward an Autism Management Platform

February 27, 2014 by Ryan Burns, David Tyler, Erik Linstead | News

By Ryan Burns, David Tyler, Erik Linstead School of Computational Sciences Students and faculty in Chapman University’s School of Computational Sciences are building an Autism Management Platform that will provide simple and intuitive communication among doctors, caregivers and parents of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. One of the most common frustrations parents of children with

March 5th Science Forum with Michelle Digman, PhD: “Imaging the Molecular Dynamics of Focal Adhesion Proteins in Live Cells”

February 26, 2014 by | Events

Join us Wednesday, March 5th at noon in Arygros Forum, room 119B . Michelle Digman, PhD, will present “Imaging the Molecular Dynamics of Focal Adhesion Proteins in Live Cells”.  Molecular interactions and mobility can be studied in live cells as well as map the interactions of key focal adhesion proteins in real time and space.

Zimbardo Lecture to be Streamed Live Feb. 20 at Noon

February 18, 2014 by | Events

Renowned psychologist Philip Zimbardo, PhD, will speak at Chapman University at noon on Thursday, February 20, 2014. We invite you to join us either on campus or online for his lecture, “My Journey from Creating Evil to Inspiring Heroism”. In his lecture, Dr. Zimbardo will take the audience on a decades-long journey of research and experience: from

Renowned Psychologist Philip Zimbardo Speaks at Chapman Feb. 20

February 3, 2014 by | News

Schmid College of Science and Technology will host renowned social psychologist Dr. Philip Zimbardo when he visits Chapman University on Thursday, February 20, 2014, to speak about his work and receive his honorary doctor of science degree from the university. Dr. Zimbardo is one of this country’s most distinguished living psychologists, having served as President of the American Psychological Association,

Music is medicine; one University Singer gets a dose of two passions

January 28, 2014 by Ian Lipton '16 | News

From Biology majors to football players, the University Singers is a group just as diverse as the student body at Chapman. For Tyler Johnson ‘17, his dream of medical school can be realized while continuing his career in music. Tyler is a freshman Biology major and Music minor from Maple Valley, Washington. He has been

Chapman Climate Change Expert Invited to Speak at the American University in Cairo

January 9, 2014 by | News

Over winter break, Chapman professor Hesham El-Askary traveled to the epicenter of political change to talk about another kind of change on everyone’s mind: climate change. Dr. El-Askary, associate professor Schmid College of Science and Technology and member of the Center of Excellence in Earth Systems Modeling & Observations , recently traveled to The American University in

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