In 1983, Bill Cooper, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Irvine, first encountered- and was mesmerized by- the butterflies of Iguazú Falls. Since then, he has taken over 15,000 pictures and videos of these butterflies, photographically preserving them for future generations. This stunning show will be on display February 7, 2014 through March 2014
Orange County philanthropists Catherine and James Emmi of Corona del Mar have made a transformational gift to Chapman University to support the university’s significant expansion in the sciences. The exact amount of the gift is confidential, but it is in excess of $10 million. The donation was announced by Chapman University President James L. Doti.
As part of the Science Forum Series , Dr. Jennifer Martiny, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Irvine, will be sharing her research about microbial diversity, ecosystem functioning, and global change. Microorganisms drive many processes in ecosystems on which humans depend. Recent research demonstrates that the variety of
You are cordially invited to the Fifth Joint Mathematics Colloquium this Thursday afternoon at Chapman University. Thursday, November 21, 2013 Von Neumann Hall, 545 W. Palm Ave, Orange CA 92866 Join for snacks and refreshments at 1:30 PM. Organizers: Bogdan Suceavă (CSUF) and Peter Jipsen (Chapman University) For abstracts of the scheduled talks, click Joint
As part of the Science Forum Series, Dr. Cassandra Medvedeff will be sharing her research about the Controls of Greenhouse Gas Production: Studies from the Florida Everglades to Minnesota Peatlands. Wetlands are key ecosystems that regulate the global carbon cycle through both storing and emitting large quantities of carbon. These ecosystems are the