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Applying for the Fulbright: Study and Research Grant

January 25, 2021 by | Fellowships and Scholarships

Have you ever thought about taking your studies overseas? Or getting your master’s degree in a different country? If you have ever thought about these, applying to the Fulbright Program might be for you! In 1945, Senator J. William Fulbright introduced a bill to the U.S. Congress that would fund the “promotion of international goodwill

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Applying for the Fulbright: English Teaching Assistantship

January 25, 2021 by | Uncategorized

Have you ever thought about taking teaching English overseas? Or living in a different country for a year? If you have ever thought about these, applying to the Fulbright Program might be for you! In 1945, Senator J. William Fulbright introduced a bill to the U.S. Congress that would fund the “promotion of international goodwill

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Combining art and science

January 22, 2021 by | Profiles

Art and science have always played a significant role for Morgan Grimes. Grimes grew up drawing and painting ever since she could remember. She also grew up loving science, since both her parents are chemists and have Ph.D.’s in Chemistry. She carried the same enthusiasm she had for the two subjects when she came to

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Join us at the Student Scholar Symposium!

November 21, 2020 by | Events

The Center for Undergraduate Excellence is encouraging students and the Chapman community to attend the Fall 2020 Virtual Student Scholar Symposium.  The event will be divided up into both poster and oral sessions, highlighting research, creative activity, visual arts, and more. “The Student Scholar Symposium provides students an opportunity to present their research/creative projects to

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SURF Spotlight: Emma Chen

November 16, 2020 by | Profiles

Emma Chen entered Chapman as a Pre-Pharmacy major, but began to consider other topics within the STEM field. Although having no former background in psychology or neuroscience, Chen decided to apply for research at the Brain Institute after seeing an advertisement at the Keck Center. Chen continued her research this past summer after being awarded

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Interpreting Law and Music

November 10, 2020 by | Fellowships and Scholarships

Recent Chapman graduate Olivia Mello is a prime example of how law school applicants aren’t limited to humanities majors but can be applied to all types of backgrounds. Mello graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance and a minor in Political Science. Mello began studying the two seemingly different subjects, classical music,

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Schedule a peer advising appointment with a student scholar ambassador!

October 22, 2020 by | Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity

Missed out on the virtual undergraduate research and creative activity student panel? Or have specific questions about getting started on your academic or creative journey? Our student scholar ambassadors are here to help you!  Student scholar ambassadors are a group of students that serve as liaisons for the Center for Undergraduate Excellence (CUE) who have

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Recent graduate and SURF alumna gets published!

October 15, 2020 by | Profiles

When interviewed in November 2019, recent graduate Lindsay Zumwalt stated that one of her aspirations was to publish a manuscript. Fast forward one year later, and Zumwalt has successfully checked “published research” off her list.  Zumwalt started her research journey through faculty-student independent research credit courses (291/491) and was later awarded the Summer Undergraduate Research

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Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Virtual Panel: A Recap

October 12, 2020 by | Events

On Thursday, October 1st, six panelists came together on Zoom to share their personal academic and creative journey. This discussion, moderated by Shinnyo fellow Sydney Cheung, ranged from various topics such as finding a mentor to balancing research and school life to applying to scholarships and fellowships, and more.  The six panelists included Vidal Arroyo,

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Save the date: UG Research and Creative Activity Virtual Panel on October 1, 2020

September 25, 2020 by | Events

Thinking about taking the first step into your academic or creative journey? Have lots of questions about how to get started? The Center for Undergraduate Excellence has you covered.  Join us on Thursday, October 1 from 10AM-11AM over Zoom to attend this student-led virtual panel! The panel will feature six panelists with varying academic and

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