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Faculty Profile: Dr. Keykavous Parang Dr. Keykavous Parang--Professor and Associate Dean of Research, Graduate Studies and Global Affairs in the School of Pharmacy

March 16, 2017 by | Uncategorized

Dr. Keykavous Parang–Professor and Associate Dean of Research, Graduate Studies and Global Affairs in the School of Pharmacy–is especially interested in the areas of medicinal chemistry and drug delivery. “The emphasis of my research lies at the interface between chemistry and biology with specific projects being focused in the fields of organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, nanomedicine,

Faculty Profile: Dr. Kelli Fuery Assistant Professor in Film Studies

March 8, 2017 by | Profiles

Dr. Kelli Fuery, Assistant Professor in Film Studies, is especially interested in film, media, cultural studies, and psychoanalytic theory. “My research has always been interested in how different theories of psychoanalysis and cultural studies can help us think about the experience of looking at or watching images, whether that is time-based–cinema, television, gaming, photography, or painting,”

Student Profile: Robert Shumaker (’17) Winner of the 2016 Isabel Sparks President’s Award for Original Poetry

February 23, 2017 by | Profiles

As a creative writing major at Chapman University, Robert Schumaker (‘17) actively participates in a number of creative endeavors, most recently serving as the editor-in-chief of Calliope, the university’s student art and literary magazine. Robert also writes poetry and has been practicing this craft seriously for the past three years, both in and out of classes.

CUSRD Keynote Speaker: Nancy Perloff, Ph. D. Chapman University's Student Research Day will feature a keynote address from the Curator of Modern and Contemporary Collections for the Getty Research Institute

December 5, 2016 by | Profiles

Chapman University’s semi-annual Student Research Day will feature a keynote address from Nancy Perloff, Ph. D., Curator of Modern and Contemporary Collections for the Getty Research Institute. As a trained musicologist and art historian, scholarly research and creative activity have played an integral role in Perloff’s life and career. In fact, her scholarship spans a variety of

Profiles: Mary Howard A SURF alum talks the elusive nature of owning something

November 23, 2016 by | Profiles

What does it mean to “own” something? What is property, really? Those are questions that drove Economics major Mary-Jean Howard (’17) through the summer of 2016. Mary was one the sixteen students selected for OURCA’s prestigious Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) program. This intensive, ten-week program offers financial support to fellows so that they can

Profiles: Ana Kalyta A Canadian scientist in California

November 8, 2016 by | Profiles

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (OURCA) has some amazing funding opportunities for Chapman students. Yes, that’s right—money to support great student ideas and ambitions! OURCA’s most intensive and comprehensive program is the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF), which supports a group of undergraduate students who are pursuing individual research and creative activity

Profiles: Samira Amirazizi The power of language(s)

November 8, 2016 by | Profiles

Often, the research topics that fascinate us come from personal history. Because her parents are from Iran, Samira Amirazizi (Psychology, ’18) was interested in studying the brain functions of bilingual speakers. The focus of her research has a lot to do with her own life, and she finds it particularly relevant in current society. With

Profiles: Kathy Tavakoli On going to the lab to relief stress

November 8, 2016 by | Profiles

Biology major Kathy Tavakoli (’16) loves research. Even while taking eighteen credits every semester, going to the lab is an escape, a relief from the other stress of school.  She spent last summer indulging in her love of research in the lab of Dr. Keykavous Parang at the School of Pharmacy, and she received funding

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