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Tami Orendain (B.A. ’15, M.A. ’16) takes 3rd in essay contest

September 21, 2017 by

As Tami Orendain completed another phase of her education this year, she has been internationally honored for her essay on the theme of education in Jane Austen’s Emma. Orendain (B.A. ’15, M.A. ’16) won third place in the graduate division of the Jane Austen Society of North America’s annual essay contest for her paper “The

One-Night Only Performance of “If All the Sky Were Paper” on June 7

June 5, 2017 by

Chapman University, in association with Lexikat Artists and legendary actors James Caan and Annette Bening will star with a notable ensemble cast including 2017 Daytime Emmy winner Kate Mansi in a one-night only performance of the war letter play, If All the Sky Were Paper, on June 7 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver

Arabic Film & Food: May 2

April 27, 2017 by

Arabic Studies and The Department of World Culture and Languages invite you to an Arabic Film and Food night on Tuesday, May 2 at 7 p.m. in Doti Hall, Room 101 to see the American movie, Umm Kulthum: A Voice Like Egypt. ABOUT THE MOVIE: Narrated by Omar Sharif, Umm Kulthum, A Voice Like Egypt takes viewers

Wilkinson Dominates at the 2016-2017 Student’s Appreciation of Faculty Awards

April 27, 2017 by

Most Transformative – Crystal Murphy This professor challenged you to broaden your perspective and to think deeply about the subject  matter. They have influenced the way you approach new subjects both inside and outside of the classroom. Most Inclusive – Lori Cox Han This Professor makes sure that everyone’s voice in their classroom is heard

Intuition and Form in Carnap’s Der Raum

April 27, 2017 by

You’re invited to hear Pierre Wagner from the University of Paris 1 (Sorbonne) on Thursday, May 4, at 3 p.m., in a lecture titled “Intuition and Form in Carnap’s Der Raum” in Beckman Hall 401. Abstract: At the time when Carnap’s Der Raum (Space) was published, in 1922, the geometrical heritage from Euclid and Descartes

Kugelman Humanities Awards

April 27, 2017 by

The 2017 Kugelman Humanities Awards Ceremony was on Tuesday, May 9 in Beckman 404. Take a look at all the winners. (Check out photos from the event) Art Purcell Award: Tayler Bonfert, Alessandra Rosser, Jamey Siebenberg Margo Pawell Award: Gretchen Grage English Tom Massey Award for Outstanding Dual Degree Student: Kim Kotel Terri Brint Joseph

Henley Social Science Awards

April 27, 2017 by

The 25th Annual Ludie and David C. Henley Social Science Awards Ceremony was on May 2 in Beckman 404. Take a look at all the winners. (Check out photos from the event) History Departmental Honors: Madeline Brashear, Alfredo Gonzalez, Sarah Kahn, Taylor Thomas Lee Estes Best Conference Paper Award: Samantha Mast Lee Estes Best Senior

Wilkinson Faculty Award Winners

April 26, 2017 by

Please help us congratulate our faculty for recently being given these awards. We are so proud of you all! Professor Jan Osborn Valerie Scudder Award Professor Stephanie Takaragawa, Diversity and Inclusion Education Curricular Innovation Award Professors Denise Johnson and Wendy Salmond, Diversity and Inclusion Education Curricular Innovation Award Professor Shira Klein Pedagogical Innovation Award  Faculty


April 21, 2017 by

The students of French 360 present a multimedia play in French – MARC MON AMOUR, on Wednesday, May 3 at 7 p.m. in Argyros Forum 201. This event is free, open to the public and easy to understand (even for those in beginner’s level of French).

Wilkinson’s Scholar in Residence Speaking at Goethe Institute

April 11, 2017 by

Wilkinson’s Scholar in Residence, Dr. Julian Hanich, is speaking at the Goethe Institute in Los Angeles on Thursday, April 13 titled, “Weeping Warm Tears: On Having a Good Cry in the Cinema” at 7 p.m. ABOUT THE PRESENTATION: The cinema is one of the foremost places of shedding tears in Western cultures, and movies are