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From Our Eyes: Emerging Female Writers MFA Students spend the day with prolific female writers.

March 13, 2020 by Esther Shin and Tryphena Yeboah | English

From Our Eyes is a new blog series showcasing Wilkinson faculty and students’ first-hand accounts of their undergraduate and graduate experiences. In this first installment, we hear from two students in the MFA English Program, Tryphena Yeboah and Esther Shin, who were invited to attend a conference on female writers. When we received confirmation that

Corinne Tam wins The Best Undergraduate Award at Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting

March 13, 2020 by Marrissa Childs | Soc

Corinne Wai Yin Tam (‘20, Sociology), President of Wilkinson College’s Sociology Club, was awarded the Eastern Sociological Society Annual Best Undergraduate Award for her paper, “Tiger Moms, Dragon Dads, and Baby Pandas: Cultural Expectations of Success Among Asian-American College Students.” She presented this paper at the Eastern Sociological Society (ESS) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, which

Undergraduate Research Conference (SCCUR): Nov. 23, 2019 Submissions NOW being accepted (Submissions Deadline Oct. 26)

August 7, 2019 by | News

The 27th annual Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research (SCCUR) will be held at California State University, San Marcos on Saturday, November 23, 2019.SCCUR is an annual research conference held in Southern California where undergraduate students from ALL disciplines, including the arts, performing arts, sciences, humanities, and social sciences, are invited to present their research

War and Society Conquers Columbus

May 15, 2019 by | News

Eight Students Represent Chapman at National Conference The Chapman MA Program in War and Society Studies was well represented at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History held in Columbus, Ohio from May 9-12, 2019. The theme of the conference, “Soldiers and Civilians in the Cauldron of War,” allowed Chapman University students

Do “Facts” Really Matter? Prof. Barnard Presents at Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference

November 6, 2018 by | English

Ian Barnard, Professor of Rhetoric and Composition in the Department of English at Chapman, recently gave a presentation entitled “Do ‘Facts’ Really Matter?” at the Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Professor Barnard’s presentation, an updating of their 2017 article in Anastamos, Chapman’s graduate interdisciplinary journal, argued that one of

Faculty Buzz Professor Kozameh Travels Across the World Presenting Her Work

October 3, 2018 by | Events

Professor Alicia Kozameh (Department of English) has returned from a trip to her native country, Argentina, where she was invited to present her new poetry book, Sal de sangres en guerra (Salt from Bloods in War) at the University of Cordoba, during the IV International Conference Languages of Memory, dedicated to individual, social and political

A Conversation on Cronyism in Anaheim

June 26, 2018 by | News

Many Americans across the political spectrum believe the American tradition of free enterprise has been corrupted by bad public policy giving special emoluments to a favored few. This cronyism is too often manifested at the local level, to the economic detriment of our towns and communities. Is cronyism a new phenomena, or is it embedded

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