Dodge College of Film and Media Arts

Chapman Film School Rises to No. 6 in Hollywood Reporter National Rankings

The new rankings are out, and Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts has climbed to No. 6 on The Hollywood Reporter's annual list of the nation's best film schools.

Panel moderator Gabriela Castañeda, assistant director of Chapman’s Argyros School Career Services, welcomes attendees to the Women Empowerment panel discussion sponsored by the Orange County Hispanic Youth Chamber of Commerce. The event was hosted at Chapman.

Chapman Staff Member Selected as Fellow by Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities

Gabriela Castañeda, Ed.D., has been named a fellow in the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities

Chapman University President Daniele Struppa

Chapman Unveils Preparations for Robust Fall Semester

Online labs, faculty workshops and strong programming help teachers plan dynamic classroom experiences in multiple formats.

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Chapman Launches Fundraising Effort to Support Students and a Safe Return to Campus

Donations to the Chapman Fund will help offset the deep financial burdens students and families are facing by providing immediate scholarships and financial aid.

Environmental portrait of Angelica Allen, professor of Africana Studies.

Angelica Allen Brings Global Understanding to New Africana Studies Minor

Angelica Allen envisions a program that captures "Blackness in all of its complexity and diversity."

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"A Black Lady Sketch Show."

Chapman Alumna Could Make Emmy History With ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’

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Campus Public Safety Praised for Being on ‘Path of Excellence’

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Food Scientist Uses Molecular Tools To Peel Back the Layers of Deceptive Labeling

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How Does American Musical Theatre Translate When Produced Abroad?

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U.S. News & World Report Ranks Chapman Among the Nation’s Top-Tier Universities

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New Wellness Website Connects Chapman Students With Tools to Support Mental, Physical Health

Chapman Experiential Philanthropy Project Supports Anti-Racism and Black Community Nonprofits

Chapman Experiential Philanthropy Project Supports Anti-Racism and Black Community Nonprofits


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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Thompson Policy Institute’s Active Education Webinars Provides Vital Training and Clinical Hours for Teacher Candidates

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Chapman Mental Health Study Highlights Wide-Ranging Effects of COVID-19

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Amid Coronavirus Worries, MFT Students Offer Mental Health Support Through Telehealth

Ginger Chen '20 in San Francisco.

Student Steps Out Against Fear and Racism Targeting Asian Americans

Pharmacy professor Jerika Lam poses next to a screen image of a virus molecule.

Pharmacy Professor Tracks the COVID-19 Clinical Trials

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From Donated Face Shields to Free Counseling Services, Chapman Helps the Front Lines

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Chapman Community Responds to Call for Student Support in Time of Coronavirus

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Let’s Build It: Chapman U Math at Play Video Series Offers Free Activities for PK-8 Stay at Home Learners

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Chapman University Pharmacy Students and Faculty Are on the Job and in the Battle Against Coronavirus

Bev Weatherill '50 reads a letter.

Students’ Letters to Home-Bound Seniors Welcomed as “an Unexpected Gift”

Nobel laureate Vernon L. Smith, Chapman professor of economics and law, poses with the bronze bust of moral philosopher Adam Smith on the Chapman campus. A $15M gift will establish the Smith Institute for Political Economy and Philosophy at Chapman, honoring both Smiths.

Economic Science Professors Make the Case for Balanced Reopening of Society

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Chapman Researchers Advance the Fight Against Antibiotic Resistance

Masimo and Human Centered Engineering Scholarships Reflect a Culture of Giving Back

Adelin Tiburcio '21 sits in the park.

Prestigious Fellowship Advances the Vision of a First-Generation Student

Director of Student Psychological Counseling Services Expands Mission to Serve in Crisis

President Emeritus Jim Doti presents the Economic Forecast Update

Economic Recovery Is on the Way, Chapman Economists Predict in Forecast Update

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Prestigious Scholarships Equip Future Speech Therapists to Aid Underserved Communities

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Lifelong Resources and Support for Chapman Alumni

President Doti giving economic forecast talk.

COVID-19, Election Are Among Topics to be Discussed at Economic Forecast Update


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