Chapman University scholars weigh in on politics, Friedman, pollution, college tips

Chapman University scholars have been featured in major media recently, including:

  • Tom Zoellner, associate professor in the Department of English, explores the Obama’s campaign to rouse Arizona’s Mexican-American voters with a Cuban-American senatorial candidate, The Atlantic.
  • President Jim Doti, recalls Milton Friedman’s legacy on the occasion of the Nobel Prize winning economist’s birthday, The Orange County Register.
  • Catherine Clark, professor and associate dean of the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, explains the connection between sunlight and water pollution, Northeast Public Radio’s Academic Minute.
  • Anna Leahy, associate professor, Department of English, and science librarian Douglas Dechow offer sage advice for new college students, Huffington Post.


Dawn Bonker

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