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Graduate Studies

  

War, Diplomacy, and Society at the 2024 Society for Military History Conference

June 11, 2024 by | News

Graduate students and faculty of the  War, Diplomacy, and Society (WDS) MA program recently converged at the 2024 Society for Military History (SMH) Conference for robust conversations and panel discussions devoted to furthering the study of military history. Talisa Flores ‘24 presented “Las Otras Rosas: Latina War Workers and World War II” at the Whose

¡Salud! Graduate Student Interns with Casa Loy Tequila Distillery Graduate Careers in Focus Graduate Careers in Focus

May 7, 2024 by David Krausman | News

The Voice of Wilkinson had the opportunity to sit down with graduate student Iara Gonzalez-Ascencio (‘24 MA International Studies) to talk about her recent internship with Casa Loy Tequila Distillery in Jalisco, Mexico. In this interview, Gonzalez-Ascencio shares her internship experience and some of her takeaways, demonstrating a key component of the International Studies program–linking

Criminals and Crooks: Dishonorable Leadership in the U.S. Military with Jeffrey Matthews

March 28, 2024 by David Krausman | Wilkinson College

The War, Diplomacy, and Society MA Program, in partnership with World Affairs Council Orange County, welcomed Jeffery Matthews, professor at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, for a lecture and presentation on his newly published book, Generals and Admirals, Criminals and Crooks: Dishonorable Leadership in the U.S. Military. Matthews, who teaches American history

Graduate Research: Elizabeth Tran Wins Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award

May 10, 2023 by David Krausman | News

Elizabeth Tran (she/her) Dual MA English/MFA Creative Writing ‘23 LinkedIn Elizabeth Tran was awarded the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award for her paper titled, “Labor-Based and/or Rubric-Based? Examining the Effects of a Hybrid Grading System in the Composition Classroom” at this year’s College English Association (CEA) conference in San Antonio, Texas. This paper came out

Makena Metz Wins 2023 James L. Doti Outstanding Graduate Student Award

April 7, 2023 by David Krausman | News

Makena Metz (Dual MA English / MFA Creative Writing ‘23) has been awarded the highest honor for graduate students at Chapman University, The James L. Doti Outstanding Graduate Student Award. The award is conferred annually to the outstanding graduating master’s and doctoral students with distinguished records of academic accomplishment, scholarship, and/or service. The names of the award recipients are

Graduate Research: Humanization of the Refugee 

April 7, 2023 by David Krausman | News

Ani Gazazyan (She/Her) MA English ‘23 LinkedIn @anigazazyan on Instagram Ani Gazayan is a proud Armenian American who was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. She received her BA in English from California State University, Northridge and moved to Orange, CA to pursue her MA at Chapman University. She is

Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Ethnic Studies A Night of Remembrance: Honoring America's Latino Veterans

November 30, 2022 by Lisa Wong ‘25 | News

Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences hosted A Night of Remembrance: Honoring America’s Latino Veterans as a part of Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Ethnic Studies. Latinx veterans, past and present, who fought for America in the midst of prejudice and during a time when they didn’t receive proper recognition, commemorated

Cultural Appreciation, Appropriation or Assimilation? Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Ethnic Studies

October 17, 2022 by Hannah Smith | News

Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and the Fish Interfaith Center welcomed anti-racism educator Manpreet Kalra and TEDx speaker Vishavjit Singh as part of Wilkinson’s Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Ethnic Studies series. The discussion, moderated by Rev. Dr. Gail Stearns, explored Sikh identity in the United States, and how racial,

New Partnership with the Center for International Experiential Learning

October 14, 2022 by David Krausman | News

The MA in International Studies program and the Department of Peace Studies are excited to announce a new partnership with the Center for International Experiential Learning (CIEL). CIEL’s unique holistic learning model combines extensive interdisciplinary pre-travel scholarly education with on-the-ground experiential learning in conflict-affected regions guided by internationally recognized scholars and local experts. This past

Experiential Learning at the Mexico/US Border

June 24, 2022 by | News

Students of the MA in International Studies (MAIS) program had the opportunity to visit the Mexico-United States port of entry between San Ysidro and Tijuana, referred to as the “world’s busiest border crossing.” The trip was also the culminating project in Dr. Nancy Rios-Contreras’s MAIS Refugees and Migration course, which covered topics relevant to asylum,

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