Portrait head shot of Dwight Rhoden.

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 Family Comes Together to Celebrate 2021 Homecoming

In an event 160 years in the making, the Chapman University community came home to celebrate beloved Chapman traditions, support current students and reconnect with the Chapman Family over a two-day event...

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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.

Chapman Student Helps Discover Rare Dinosaur Fossil on Montana Expedition

As a television writing and production major, Chapman University student Sarah Wallace ’22 can spot a clichéd storyline a mile away. Like this one, for example. Student drives with college friends to Montana...

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

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

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Crushing on a Celebrity? You’re Not Alone, Says Chapman Researcher

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Student Filmmaker Earns Top Prize at Fine Cut Festival

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Schmid College Dean Michael Ibba to Lead Influential Biology Committee at National Science Foundation

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

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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

A Chapman University Pharm.D. student administers a seasonal flu shot at one of several drive-through immunization clinics hosted by Chapman.

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 Protecting Amazonian Villagers from COVID-19

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

Boxes containing laptops and supplies for new students at Chapman’s Fowler School of Engineering are prepped for shipping by two university staff members.

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

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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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5 Tips to Help Science Teachers and Researchers Move the Needle as Climate Communicators

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What’s the Difference Between Public, Private, Nonprofit and For-Profit Colleges and Universities?

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Chapman Family Comes Together to Celebrate 2021 Homecoming

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New Dean at Chapman School of Comm is a Mathematician, and Here’s Why That Isn’t as Wild as It Seems

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Camila Correa ’20 Comes Home to Chapman Family as Newest Alumni Engagement Coordinator

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Chapman University Honors the 2020 and 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award Winners

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Chapman School of Pharmacy Joins Network of Universities to Transform How Medications, Vaccines are Delivered in U.S.

Seven of the 13 Chapman students in the inaugural C-TAG for Future Educators cohort. Angalina Maldonado (back far right), Aidee Guerrero (back right, second from the end), and Olivia Fonseca (front center).

‘Incredibly Impressive’ Students Elevate First Cohort in Future Educators Program

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Network Outage Update – 10/4/21 9:00pm

Power has been restored on campus and the network connectivity has been restored to all buildings except for the Leatherby Library.  We are working on getting it back online and will provide another update once it...

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