Ana Sena (MBA ’15), Gill ’16 and Alexa Dectis (JD ’19)

Forbes 30 Under 30 Recognizes Chapman Alumni

What does it mean to get national recognition for your work when you’re not even 30 years old?  “More than words can describe, truly,” says Alexa Dectis (JD ’19), one of three Chapman alumni who have...

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Award-Winning Choreographer Dwight Rhoden to Join Chapman University’s Department of Dance

Dwight Rhoden, a distinguished choreographer and dancer renowned for shaking up the ballet world by bringing a diversity of people, styles, body types and music to the stage, has been named artistic professor...

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Student Filmmaker Earns Top Prize at Fine Cut Festival

Chapman University alumni filmmakers Claire Jantzen ’21 and Sara Rose Nell ’21 recently earned top honors at the Fine Cut Festival of Films in Los Angeles for their evocative short film “Your Friend, Ranger...

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Chapman’s Film School No. 4 in National Rankings

Faculty mentorship and diversity are praised as Chapman's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts jumps two places to earn its highest-ever ranking.

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How Does Competing in Division III Athletics Enhance the College Experience?

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Through Innovative Teaching, Chapman School of Pharmacy Prepares Future Pharmacists for Patient-Centered Careers

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What Are the Signs of a University on the Rise?

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Ready to LEAD: How a Minor in Leadership Studies Benefits Students in Any Major

Among the research projects at Chapman University’s Brain Institute is one that uses noninvasive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to study the sense of ownership of our actions.

Chapman’s Brain Institute Applies Modern Tools of Neuroscience to Answer Age-Old Questions of Free Will

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Chapman Research Study Heightens Concerns About the Safety of a Massive Dam Project in Africa

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Chapman Researcher Works to Boost Remdesivir’s Effectiveness Against COVID-19

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Health Care Experts, Scientists Discuss Vaccine Hesitancy and COVID-19 Treatment

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School of Pharmacy’s Pop-Up Vaccination Sites Help Communities Overcome Hesitancy

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Need a Quick COVID-19 Vaccination? Check Out the Pharmacy Around the Corner

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What Will Medical Care Be Like Post-COVID 19? Chapman Professor Sees New Opportunities and Challenges Ahead

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Scholarships and Return-to-Campus Efforts Will Be Focus of Chapman’s Giving Day 2021

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Extraordinary Donor Support Opens More Doors of Opportunity at Chapman University

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Investments in Facilities and Tech Help Chapman Meet COVID-19 Challenges and Plan for Spring

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COVID-19 Impacts on Mental Health Explored at Chapman’s Ask the Experts Town Hall

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Chapman Flu Shot Clinics Provide a Boost of Protection to the Community During COVID-19

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Chapman-Led Research Project Pivots to Safeguard Amazon Villagers from COVID-19

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Will COVID-19 Change Society Forever? Chapman History Experts Say Not Really

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Laptops, Equipment and More Help Chapman Students Get Back-to-School Ready

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Leadership and Healing: Chapman Family Rises to Challenging Times

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Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Communications to Serve on National Higher Education Executive Committee

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With More Than $11 Million in Support, Chapman Institute Champions Access for Students With Disabilities

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Chapman Leadership Recognized by Irvine Chamber’s 40 Under 40 List

Ana Sena (MBA ’15), Gill ’16 and Alexa Dectis (JD ’19)

Forbes 30 Under 30 Recognizes Chapman Alumni

Chapman economist Jim Doti explains the benefit of trade on California’s economy during his presentation of the annual Economic Forecast at Musco Center for the Arts.

Economy Will Grow, but Inflation Is Sticking Around and Recession Is Likely, Chapman Economists Say

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Michael Phan (Pharm.D. ’18) is Leading the Way to Safer Health Care

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Recharge Your Mind and Body During Finals Week with These University Resources and Events 

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Ph.D. or Ed.D.? Discover the Difference and Which is Right for Your Career Goals

Portrait head shot of Dwight Rhoden.

Award-Winning Choreographer Dwight Rhoden to Join Chapman University’s Department of Dance

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What’s in Store for the Economy? Find Out at Chapman’s 44th Annual Economic Forecast

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Jim Byron ’15 Elected President and CEO of Nixon Foundation

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A Message from Vice President of Community Relations Alisa Driscoll

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Paying Tribute to a Mentor, President Struppa Dedicates the Carlos A. Berenstein Collaboration Space in Swenson Hall

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