Student Profile: Morgan Kindel ('19)

January 20, 2018 by | Uncategorized

Most would agree that personal memories bear influence on our everyday behaviors and decisions. But what if the way we remember is impaired? Does the strength of episodic memory, the type of memory that is responsible for creating personal recollections of daily life events, relate to the manifestation of maladaptive choices? This is the crux


Papers and plane tickets: Chapman Students Visit Dublin for Undergraduate Awards

January 3, 2018 by | Uncategorized

It isn’t every day that a homework assignment turns into a trip Dublin. For Chapman University students, Paige Gulley, Shannon Anarella, and Sarah Lemay, undergraduate coursework became a mark of international academic distinction. The Undergraduate Awards is the leading international undergraduate awards program that recognizes exemplary undergraduate work. This non-profit organization shares Chapman’s emphasis on


Carolyn Forché to address the Chapman Community December 6th!

November 28, 2017 by | Uncategorized

Chapman University is thrilled to welcome award-winning “poet of witness” Carolyn Forché as the keynote speaker and honored guest at Student Research Day this fall. Forché has authored four lauded books of poetry, in addition to her published anthologies, Against Forgetting: Twentieth Century Poetry of Witness and The Poetry of Witness: The Tradition in English,


You've done the all the research. But now what??

November 10, 2017 by | Uncategorized

It’s a familiar feeling: hands shaking, word stuttering, breath shallowing. Presenting your work can be an unnerving experience, even for the most seasoned researcher. Despite months, years, decades of academic inquiry, gaining the confidence to design and present your hard work is not always intuitive to the academic. Especially as undergraduate researchers, new to the


It's a wrap on DRAW!

October 24, 2017 by | Uncategorized

Chapman University’s inaugural Discover Research and Arts Week was a smashing success! Though the festivities have come to a close and the hype has died down, the buzz about undergraduate research and creative activity continues to pulsate around campus. Looking back on DRAW there are so many exciting and inspirational highlights: Did you hear about


DRAW's Faculty Research & Creative Activity Expo is THE event of the Fall featuring fascinating creative and scholarly activity!

October 3, 2017 by | Uncategorized

The faculty at Chapman University are more than just professors. Many of them are prolific academics and researchers working on fascinating projects with serious innovative potential. Faculty across all schools and disciplines at Chapman University are participating in DRAW’s Faculty Research & Creative Activity Expo, this Wednesday October 4th, from 3-5 in the Bush Conference


Want to research, but don't know where to start? DRAW has you covered.

September 25, 2017 by | Uncategorized

  Celebrated academics were not always celebrated academics. Those great researchers and innovators once started exactly where you are today, as undergraduates with ambition and some vague dream of doing. Maybe you fancy yourself the next Steven Spielberg, Toni Morrison, or Sigmund Freud? Do you have the gumption of Jane Goodall or the critical mind of


DRAW wants YOU to discover your path to success!

September 19, 2017 by | Uncategorized

Are you ready to take charge of your education and future but don’t know where to begin? You don’t want to miss OURCA’s inaugural week-long event, Discover Research and Arts Week! Mark your calendars for October 2nd through the 6th, and follow OURCA on Facebook to stay up to date on all the incredible opportunities


Student Profile: Benji Whitmore ('20)

September 11, 2017 by | Profiles

As a Pre-Pharmacy (3+3) student at Chapman University, Benji Whitmore (’20) has been actively involved with research for most of his undergraduate career. In 2016, for example, he was selected to participate in the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity’s SURF program, a highly competitive, paid, on-campus summer fellowship that allows students to pursue


Student Profile: Jessica Bocinski (Spring '18)

August 31, 2017 by | Profiles

As an Art History and Anthropology double major, Jessica Bocinski (Spring ’18) has been actively involved with research for much of her undergraduate career. In 2016, for example, she was selected to participate in the SURF program, a highly competitive, paid, on-campus summer fellowship that allows each participating student to pursue research and creative activity under

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