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Exploring the Intersection of Faith and Environmental Advocacy Alumni Spotlight: Tami Chipeco '18

January 4, 2021 by Monroe Roush | Alumni

Tami Chipeco ‘18 studied Environmental Science and Policy as an undergraduate. Following graduation, she took the opportunity to explore the intersection of her faith and environmental advocacy as the Ecological Discipleship Coordinator for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. This national Christian non-profit organization connects students on college campuses to empower and equip them to lead Bible studies,

Service-Based Learning Course Introduces STEM to Local “At-Risk” Children Chapman Students teach STEM topics to youth at Higher Ground Youth and Family Services

December 7, 2020 by | STEM

Last year, Schmid College started a service-based learning course called STEM in Action in partnership with a local non-profit, Higher Ground Youth and Family Services, in Anaheim. This course allows Chapman students to lead STEM-focused activities to get elementary and middle school children excited about science. Typically the students would work with the children at

Five Schmid Faculty Win Grant Writers’ Bootcamp Awards Learn more about the research the grant supports

November 30, 2020 by Monroe Roush | Faculty

At this year’s second annual Grant Writers’ Bootcamp, Schmid College was excited to be represented by five faculty members who received $4,000 each in seed funding from the Office of Research in support of their research proposals.  The Grant Writers’ Bootcamp is an annual event designed to help faculty enhance their grant writing capabilities. At

Dr. Liberman-Martin Receives Undergraduate New Investigator Grant Provides opportunities for four Chapman undergraduates to participate in summer research

November 2, 2020 by Monroe Roush | Faculty

Congratulations to Dr. Allegra Liberman-Martin for receiving a grant from the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund! The Undergraduate New Investigator Grant provides funds for scientists who are beginning independent careers in academia and have limited or no preliminary results for a research project they wish to pursue. Dr. Liberman-Martin’s project is called “Carbodiphosphoranes as

How GCI Networking led to a Post-Grad Job Alumni Spotlight: Amy Lam '19, Mechanical Engineer for Fusion Biotec

November 2, 2020 by Monroe Roush | Alumni

Chapman’s Grand Challenges Initiative (GCI) pushes our first and second-year students to think big about the most challenging issues facing our society. From tackling the issue of microplastics in the ocean, to designing and building an insulin pump with 3D printing, to developing apps to help children with autism, our students work from their very

Food Science Students Receive National Association of Flavors and Food Ingredient Systems Scholarship Congratulations to Kayla McCormack and Michelle Jin

October 12, 2020 by | Student Success

Every fall, the National Association of Flavors and Food Ingredient Systems (NAFFS) awards two of our outstanding Food Science students each a scholarship check for $1,500. Friend of the Food Science program and NAFFS member, Patrick Imburgia, facilitates this award. This year, the NAFFS scholarship was awarded to Kayla McCormack and Michelle Jin. Schmid College

Unexpected Internship Turned into Perfect Job Opportunity Student Spotlight: Emma Kocik '21 shares her internship with the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project

October 12, 2020 by Monroe Roush | Student Focus

This week we are featuring Emma Kocik, who is currently pursuing her B.S. in Chemistry with a minor in Environmental Science. This summer, she worked as a laboratory assistant at the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project! She talked with us about her experiences in the lab and how it gave her insight into her

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