Chapman is proud to announce its third annual French Film Festival on campus taking place on Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5 in Irvine Lecture Hall. This year five amazing variety of films (from contemporary feature films to animation) will be showcased … take a look! Friday, May 4, 6 p.m.: Mademoiselle Chambon Friday,
Enhance your potential and earn your graduate degree! With a degree from Chapman, you’re going places! But why not broaden your options? A graduate degree could make all the difference in your career, in both job choices and salary range. Did you know that professionals holding graduate degrees earn, on average, 20 percent more than
Chapman University, Center for Global Education, Leatherby Libraries, Taiwan Academy, and Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles is hosting the grand opening of “Enchanting Taiwan – a 30-piece Taiwan photo exhibit on Thursday, April 19 starting at 4 p.m. in the Attallah Piazza at Chapman University. Join us for the celebration and watch
You’re invited to the Wilkinson College Alumni Book Club on Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 6:30 p.m — discussing Oscar Wilde’s, ” The Picture of Dorian Gray” with English Professor Myron Yeager at the Elliott Alumni House, 204 North Olive Street, Orange. The Picture of Dorian Gray is one of the most brilliant and
Patrick Fuery, chair of the English department, confirmed that he has been selected as dean of Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences. He will assume the position in August. A faculty search committee, consisting of Marvin Meyer, professor of religious studies; Myron Yeager, professor of English; Marilyn Harran, Stern chair in
On Wednesday, March 28, Chapman celebrated 100 years of Japan/US relations at the Chapman Cherry Blossom Festival in the Attallah Piazza. Take a look at the Orange County Register’s coverage and photo display.
Come celebrate the Cherry Blossom Centennial with Chapman’s Japanese Club, Wednesday, March 28 in the Attallah Piazza, 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. In the spring of 1912, the Japanese government presented Washington D.C. with 3000 cherry blossom trees as a testimate to the growing friendship between the two countries. 100 years later, we celebrate the
From April 24-28 a selective group of language experts will gather in the Peruvian capital of Lima to take part in “Amazonicas 4,” an international colloquium for the exchange of research findings on Amazonian languages co-sponsored by Chapman University. The event is organized and hosted by the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, with the support
Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences presents, the new Spring 2012 edition of the Wilkinson Review. The Wilkinson Review Offers a glimpse of exciting work our faculty in the new Wilkinson College are doing, as well as highlighting Wilkinson alumni. We thank all of those who contributed! To access it online click here.
Dr. Valenzuela leads linguistics workshop for native teachers in the Amazon Pilar Valenzuela,Ph.D., associate professor, Department of Languages, Wilkinson College,recently led a four-day workshop to analyze the grammar of Shawi, an indigenouslanguage spoken in the Province of Alto Amazonas, in northeastern Peru. The workshop took place in Yurimaguas, a small town on the banks of