Chapman in the News – Feb. 14-28

Selected recent news stories about Chapman University:

 Brad Stetson: Chapman loses its ironman professor
Chapman has suffered the amputation of a vital limb that cannot be replaced. And, like a body so affected, the university is less weighty, less nimble,

Recession slows Chapman University’s growth
OC Register
Three large projects Chapman University wants to build to further transform a once small, little-known school are still scheduled to be built. But James Doti, the university’s president, says the time table…

 Humans and primates share a sense of fair play
Mother Nature Network
Bart Wilson, professor of law and economics at Chapman University in California, orchestrated similar games for humans to play.

 Chapman to crack down on ‘party houses’
By EUGENE W. FIELDS ORANGE Chapman University students can now get suspended for a semester or more if they party too loudly. Jerry Price, the university’s

A Nation 400 Million Strong
New York Times
If that remarkable reserve appears to be depleted these days, Mr. Kotkin, a distinguished presidential fellow at Chapman University in Orange, Calif.,

 ‘Heal’ touches human side of war-torn Afghans
The News International
Originally written by Adnan for a thesis project at Chapman University, the story revolves around an Afghan boy, Azeem, who possesses supernatural powers of

 Fiorina won’t debate in OC because moderator “anything but a fair or impartial
San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
This debate row began in early Feb when Moodian extended invites to all three US Senate GOPers for a throw-down at Chapman University’s 1000-seater Memorial

 National conservative leaders rally behind Eastman
Legal News Line
Eastman, the former dean of Chapman University’s Law School, just weeks ago jumped into the race to succeed Democrat Jerry Brown as California’s chief legal

 Chapman: Why so many say ‘goodnight’ on Twitter
ScienceDude (blog)
We put the question to Jeanne M. Walker, director of Student Psychological Counseling at Chapman University in Orange. “I see this as an adult version…

 American Cinema Editors honor ‘Hurt Locker,’ ‘The Hangover’
Los Angeles Times
The student editing competition winner was Andrew Hellesen of Chapman University. Rob Reiner received the ACE Golden Eddie filmmaker of the year honor.

 The ACEs of Editing Shine at the 60th Annual Eddie Awards
Below the Line
Chapman University’s Andrew Hellesen beat out hundreds of competitors from film schools and universities around the country to win the Student Editing

 Dunlop returns serve
Dunlop now supervises the student teaching program for Brandman University, which is part of the Chapman University system. He said his coaching background

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