Author - Dennis Arp

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Professor Reunites Holocaust Victims With Stolen Art

The son of Holocaust survivors, law professor Michael Bazyler champions restitution for those whose legacies were looted.

Rick White

Geared Up For A Life In The Game He Loves How'd You Get That Job?

As a walk-on catcher at Chapman University, Rick White ’75 chased the dream of a life in professional baseball. He was smart enough to realize that life wouldn’t be as a player. “I knew I wasn’t good enough to make it...


Car Still Drives Transportation Thinking Public transit and autonomous vehicles trail the traditional king of the road, a Chapman conference and survey show.

While automakers expect to have self-driving cars on the market within the next five years, the public may not be ready for them. That’s one of the many relevant findings in the latest Chapman University Orange County...


At the Core of Understanding Chapman's new brain institute leads the way in uniting neuroscience with philosophy to pursue centuries-old questions of consciousness and free will.

When your research project invites colleagues to think anew about questions that have been debated for centuries, you learn to welcome the unexpected. Like when you get a call out of the blue from a scholar who says...


Looking for Herself in the Media Mirror A Chapman student and her research partner seek insights amid the Asian-American stereotypes in film and on TV.

Jacky Dang ’20 braces for the worst when she gets into an Uber or Lyft. Oftentimes drivers and other strangers she meets don’t believe her when she says she is from Huntington Beach. They ask where she is really from –...


‘We saw so many moments of growth’ Around the globe and through the years, the power of the Semester at Sea experience endures.

When I arrived at Chapman University in 2007, I had a go-to icebreaker for freshman orientation. I shared with the group that all of my schools – from preschool to college – are within a five-mile radius of each other...


Oceans of Connection The story of a semester at sea experience that has lived on for more than five decades.

It’s been 50 years since I scrambled up a rickety gangway, a wide-eyed student with orange vinyl American Tourister luggage in tow, to step aboard Chapman College’s fledgling program World Campus Afloat, today known as...

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Chapman Alumna Brings Heart — and Joy — to Her Work as KonMari Consultant

Chapman Alumna spreads the joy of household order as a Gold Level certified consultant in the KonMari method, using methodology rooted in the bestseller “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up.”

School counselors

School Counseling Alumni Honored by OC Department of Education

School counselors support students in ways that extend far beyond the classroom, and when the Orange County Department of Education chose its most exemplary mentors this year, Chapman’s Attallah College of Educational...

Alumni in the Outfield Nicole Provansal ’07 (MBA ’09) finds her dream job at Angel Stadium, where “Think Chapman First” is second nature to team leaders.

As a child, Nicole Provansal ’07 (MBA ’09) loved it when her dad would take her out to the ballgame. She grew up in San Diego, so she and her dad were Padres fans, and she would pepper him with questions about baseball...