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Faculty Opportunity Fund Congrats to Wilkinson Faculty Recipients

April 29, 2021 by Allison DeVries | News

Congratulations to the six faculty opportunity award recipients from Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences! Chapman University’s Faculty Opportunity Fund is a competitive merit-based internal funding opportunity for faculty to apply for up to $15,000 to conduct research or creative activity. These projects are intended to support Chapman University faculty in the development

Career Corner: Students Find Internships Creative and Inspiring A glimpse into Creative and Cultural Industries Student Internships

April 28, 2021 by Erin Berthon | News

Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) is not a straightforward minor, and what makes it exciting is that students can personalize the minor to fit their own creative needs with their specific major. As students connect the minor to their unique prism of research and practice, internship exploration can be exciting. Their internships cover a vast

Robert E. Lee and Me: A Conversation with Ty Seidule Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race

April 28, 2021 by Talisa Flores | News

“Every part of my background led me to the one true ideology, a belief in [Confederate General Robert E.] Lee as the greatest of all Americans,” southern-born and raised Ty Seidule noted during a recent “Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race” event. How Seidule came to instead believe that Lee

Faculty Books: Game On Why College Admission is Rigged and How to Beat the System

April 28, 2021 by Allison DeVries | News

Susan F. Paterno, Professor of English and Director of the Journalism Program, unravels the hunger games of higher education’s opaque rules in her forthcoming book, Game On: Why College Admission is Rigged and How to Beat the System. How is it possible that Harvard is more affordable for most American families than the local state

Global Conflict Awareness Conference

April 22, 2021 by Emily Lam and Sophia Morrissette | News

On Friday, April 9th, Peace Studies seniors Emily Lam ‘21 and Sophia Morrissette ‘21 co-ran the first ever student-led Global Conflict Awareness Conference. The conference featured a full-day virtual experience with over 20 student presenters, six contributing faculty members, and three international activists, representing the conflicts of over 50 countries. How do two seniors end

Peter Williams The Art of Bearing Witness

April 19, 2021 by Jessica Bocinski | News

Wilkinson College continues to highlight art work acquired by the Escalette Collection of Art this year as part of the Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race Initiative. This week we introduce you to artist Peter Williams, recipient of a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship Award, 2021 American Academy of Arts and Letters Purchase Prize, and

Tryphena Yeboah Wins 2021 James L. Doti Outstanding Graduate Student Award

March 31, 2021 by David Krausman | News

Tryphena Yeboah (MFA Creative Writing ‘21) 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

June Edmonds: Stories in Color

March 30, 2021 by Jordan Sapp | News

In honor of Woman’s History Month, we are highlighting some of the work acquired by the Escalette Collection of Art this year as part of the Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race Initiative. Olé by artist June Edmonds is an explosion of color and texture, full of movement and passion. The painting seems to

Zoellner Brings Home The National Book Critics Circle Award

March 29, 2021 by | News

Wilkinson College Professor Tom Zoellner (Department of English) is the winner of the 2020 National Book Critics Circle Award in Nonfiction for his book, “Island on Fire: The Revolt That Ended Slavery in the British Empire,” published by Harvard University Press. “This book in particular, it was the voices of Jamaican and enslaved people that

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