Two Chapman University/Wilkinson College students have been awarded prestigious Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships. Chelsea Judy ’11 a history major with a double minor in political science and honors from Irvine, and Sarah Fiske-Phillips ’12, a double major in peace studies and political science from Redlands, have each been selected to receive $27,000 awards to support graduate
Double English (literature concentration) and Theatre (Screen Acting concentration) majorMatthew Gallenstein (’12) will receive the Paul Frizler Scholarship for 2011- 2012. As the Frizler Scholar, Matthew will receive a $2,200 scholarship for the academic year. The Paul Frizler Memorial Scholarship honors the legacy of one of Chapman University’s most inspirational faculty members, whose electric intellect and encouraging
Congratulations are in order for Collin Pointon (double major in English literature and Philosophy). He has been accepted into the MA in Philosophy program at Marquette University and will be starting in the fall.
Mark Johnston (’11) and Liz Ficken (’11) were awarded with two of the university’s most prestigious student leadership awards. Johnston won the Cheverton Award, the highest honor for a student. In addition to academic accomplishments, awardees must demonstrate a “high moral character” and “represent the spirit of Chapman University.” Ficken won the Gloria and Julian
Amanda Schat Totman, Noelle Hum, and Dr. Jennifer Bevan pose with their award winning poster. Five undergraduate Communication Studies majors, led by Noelle Hum, Chapman’s 2011 Huntington Award winner for outstanding scholarship and the Communication Studies 2010-2011 Outstanding Senior Award winner, have their capstone course research in press at the journal Computers in Human Behavior, a
In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the US-Australia Fulbright Program, the U.S. Embassy in Canberra posted video interviews with Fulbright Scholars involved in research exchanges between the two nations, including that of Jennifer D. Keene, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of History. The video was taped at the Australian Defence Force Academy,
Last week, Sigma Tau Delta was one of two recipients in the Academic/Honorary/Professional and Political category to win the the Campus Leadership Award for Outstanding Student Organization. The Chapman Outstanding Organization Award is given to organizations that have been actively involved in the campus community and are being recognized for all of their hard work and
On Friday, May 6, 2011, the annual 2011 Ludie and David C. Henley Social Sciences Awards Ceremony for Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences took place Sandhu Conference Center. Below is a list of the student winners. On behalf of Wilkinson College, congratulations! Communication Studies: For academic achievement in Communication Studies: Kyle Aldridge, Allyson
On Thursday, May 5, 2011, the annual Dulcie and Lawrence Kugelman Humanities Awards Ceremony and Reception for Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences took place in the Wallace All Faiths Chapel. Below is a list of the student winners. On behalf of Wilkinson College, congratulations! English:Mel Watson Award for Scholarly and Creative Excellence: Daniel
On March 26, 2011, Andrew Mauzey (’11) presented his paper titled, “The Economics of Black Masculinity in For Colored Girls and Topdog/Underdog,” at the Claremont Graduate University Student Research Conference (pictured below). The conference theme was The Balancing Act: Theory and Practice and Mauzey was on a panel with Chapman alumns Jenny Lau (’09) and Danielle Medina (’11). Danielle Walters (’11), Andrew Mauzey (’11) and Jenny Lau (’09).