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Parent Spring Summit 2018 Feb. 23 - 24 

January 25, 2018 by | News

Registration for Parent Spring Summit is now open! Join us for two-days designed to give parents the information most relevant to their student’s stage in college. Four separate tracks, each pertaining to a specific class year in school, are offered to give you insight on your student’s current experience and how to prepare for the

WordTheatre returns to Chapman with actors Roger Guenveur Smith, Gary Dourdan

January 16, 2018 by | News

WordTheatre returns for a sixth season to Chapman University on Monday, Feb. 5, when film and television actors will bring to life the short stories of John Edgar Wideman, a writer widely acclaimed for his work exploring the African-American experience. Acclaimed actors Roger Guenveur Smith (Do The Right Thing, American Gangster, Dope) and Gary Dourdan

2018 Graduate Workshops Register Today!

January 11, 2018 by | News

  Each semester Wilkinson College offers a variety of workshops for graduate students on topics related to academic, personal, and career development. Graduate Students may register for this 0 credit P/NP class through my.chapman.edu. Course number is GUS 530. Here’s a list of workshops coming up. We hope to see you there! Spring 2018 Graduate

Mark Chapin Johnson Foundation Supports the War and Society Program

December 5, 2017 by Greg Daddis | News

Chapman University’s Wilkinson College is excited to announce that the Mark Chapin Johnson Foundation has recently donated $100,000 to fund five $20,000 student scholarships for the MA Program in War and Society. The master of arts program falls under the newly created Center for the Study of War and Society at Chapman. Professor Jennifer Keene,

The Nuclear Crisis, Why We Are in Denial and What to do About it November 8th

October 26, 2017 by | News

Little has changed since Stanley Kubrick made his legendary film “Dr. Strangelove” in the 1960s, and most people still accept – if not love–the bomb. Nukes are presented as security, as a deterrent. Yet accidents, miscalculations, and superpower escalations like the Cuba missile crisis have constantly reaffirmed the dangers of accidental, intentional, or unintended uses

We Need to Live for Each other Author Carl Wilkens

October 26, 2017 by | News

The Department of Peace Studies invites you to hear author Carl Wilkens, I’m Not Leaving, a story about Rwanda through the eyes of the only American to remain in the country through the 1994 genocide. Join us on Monday, November 6 at 7 p.m. in Beckman Hall 404 to hear his incredible story.  

An Interfaith Service of Remembrance for Kristallnacht November 9

October 18, 2017 by | News

You’re invited to an interfaith service of remembrance for Kristallnacht on Thursday, November 9 in the Fish Interfaith Center, which will include a conversation with Holocaust Survivor and witness to Kristallnacht, Engelina Billauer. The talk will be moderated by Dr. Marilyn Harran Director, Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education and Stern Chair, Wilkinson College of Arts,