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Wilkinson College


A Message from Wilkinson College Dean Jennifer Keene

May 7, 2021 by Jennifer D. Keene | News

Over the course of my career, I have held multiple leadership roles but none so close to my heart as being the dean of Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, the heart and soul of Chapman University. The phrase “heart and soul of Chapman University” has several meanings for me. First, Wilkinson College

Wilkinson College: The Heart and Soul of Chapman University

September 20, 2019 by | Wilkinson College

Alumnus Harmon Wilkinson, Wilkinson College’s namesake, said in his 1982 address at the Fall Faculty Conference of then Chapman College that to him Chapman “has a soul⁠—has character and purpose.” Having received Wilkinson College’s new newsletter, We are Wilkinson, Dr. Karen Wilkinson, daughter of Harmon, reached out to the college on the newly adopted tagline

Art Collections Forges Lead in Representation

September 13, 2019 by | Art Collections

A recent data survey of the permanent collections of 18 prominent art museums in the US found that out of over 10,000 artists, 87% are male, and 85% are white (Public Library of Science). A 2015 special issue of ARTnews on “Women in the Art World” featured a report by curator Maura Reilly revealing a

Fullerton Sister City Association Creates Cultural Exchanges Wilkinson's David Krausman Travels to Fukui, Japan as a Chaperone for Junior Ambassadors

August 6, 2019 by | News

By David Krausman (’16) MFA Creative Writing, MA English Wilkinson College Admin Assistant On July 5th Wilkinson College Administrative Assistant David Krausman boarded a plane with a delegation of ten high school students and one co-chaperone bound for Fukui, Japan. The delegation of students represented the city of Fullerton, California in a cultural exchange that

Alumni Spotlight: Ryan Lee

June 24, 2014 by | News

Recently, Alumni Ryan S. Lee ( Political Science ’14 ),  was honored at a Commissions Ceremony at Cal State Fullerton as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army (a commissioning ceremony is the culmination of years of study and effort that results in a cadet becoming a commissioned officer and marks the transition from

Representing Disability in an Ableist Society with Beth Haller – January 14

January 8, 2014 by | News

Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences , the Disability Studies minor, the Peace Studies Program , the College of Educational Studies, the Disability Alliance at Chapman, and the Political Science Department present author Beth Haller on Tuesday, January 14, 2014. Haller will be presenting her lecture titled, ” Representing Disability in an Ableist

Trustee David C. Henley Takes Us To Beirut Where Alumna, Jeannie D’Agostino, Earned her M.A.

August 29, 2013 by | News

Journalist and Chapman University Trustee David C. Henley recently had his story, “Alumna Earns Degree in War-Torn Beirut” published in the Chapman University/Orange County Register weekly insert. Henley’s story is about Chapman Alumna, Jeannie D’Agostino (’10), (Peace Studies/French major; Political Science minor) and her time spent at The American University of Beirut where she earned

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