Each year one of Chapman’s distinguished faculty members shares their thoughts and reflections on the aims of education during the Convocation ceremony. This annual tradition commenced in 1994 with an address by Chapman President James L. Doti. The speeches have covered a variety of topics over the years. Some share personal stories and astute wisdom
The Wilkinson College Faculty and Staff Retreat will be on Friday, August 23 from 8:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. in Sandhu Conference Room D. Please join us to hear comments from Wilkinson College’s new Dean, Dr. Jennifer D. Keene, as well as Erin Berthon on Chapman’s career advising initiative, Professor Lynda Hall on faculty governance,
The Babbie Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Earl Babbie, Campbell Professor Emeritus, has been recognized as one of the world’s most assigned authors in college courses. In an analysis of over 6 million college syllabi, Dr. Babbie ranks 106 out of 1,440,948 authors assigned, ahead of such greats as F. Scott Fitzgerald (121)
There is a new interdisciplinary course this Fall, Brain, Mind, and Film. It is an experimental Honors course (HON 329-05) that will meet every Friday from 1 – 3:50 PM. (with Dr. Amir Raz a professor of Psychology at Chapman and Director of the Institute for Interdisciplinary Brain and Behavioral Sciences (Brain Institute). The course
Wilkinson faculty and staff are invited to join Wilkinson Dean Patrick Fuery on Friday, May 17, 2-5 p.m. in the Athenaeum to say goodbye as he steps down as Wilkinson College’s Dean. After serving as Dean of Wilkinson College for eight years, Dean Fuery decided to return to the faculty and plans to devote more
Chapman’s Interdisciplinary Journal, Anastamos, launches its 5th issue, Passing. Content live now. When one chapter ends, another begins! Submissions open for our Fall issue, Boundary. Submit today (please note, we only publish graduate or professional work; no undergraduate).
The Brain Institute invites you to hear Michael I. Posner from the University of Oregon Institute of Neuroscience at 1 p.m. on May 3 in Beckman Hall 104 (Pralle Lecture Hall). Professor Posner is a giant in the field of cognitive neuroscience and will be discussing “Enhancing Brain Networks of Conscious Control” – this is
This Semiannual Celebration highlights the breadth and depth of scholarly research and creative activity conducted by Chapman undergraduate and graduate students. The Student Scholar Symposium is a truly exciting day to learn about, explore and appreciate the efforts that students and faculty have put into a wide variety of research and creative activity projects across
The students of FR360 present, Un été peu ordinaire, a French play, on Tuesday, April 30 at 7 p.m. in Argyros Forum. All are welcome! For more information on The French Program, click here!
Join us on Wednesday, April 24 to learn about career opportunities with the U.S. State Department. Meet Diplomat In Residence Cecilia Cho for an info session and off-the-record Q&A. This is free and open to the public and will held in the Center for American War Letters Room – LL:003.