Author - Dennis Arp

The Big Picture: How Data Science and Earth Observation Intersect to Study Climate Risks Using satellite images and massive datasets, Professor Hesham El-Askary and the Ph.D. students in his remote-sensing lab unearth insights that could shape climate change policy across California and around the globe.
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Inside the Maelstrom of a Romance for the Ages “Truly, Madly,” by Dodge College Dean Stephen Galloway, takes readers on a tempestuous journey with screen legends Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier.
Presidential Fellow Joshua B. Fisher
Breakthrough Research Offers Game-Changing Potential for Global Food Security “We can now predict 100% of food crashes and recoveries three to six months ahead of time. This is going to save lives,” says Chapman University Presidential Fellow Joshua B. Fisher, co-author of a paper published Sept. 29.
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New Supercomputer Puts Chapman at the Cutting Edge of AI Research The new computer system, the product of Chapman’s participation in the CEO Leadership Alliance of Orange County, is the first community-operated supercomputer in the nation.
Kennedy Hall
Commitment to Water Conservation Runs Deep at Chapman Since 2014, the university has taken scores of steps that are saving hundreds of thousands of gallons a year.
Dodge College Ranked #4
Chapman Maintains Lofty No. 4 Spot in Hollywood Reporter’s Rankings of Top Film Schools
Duffer Brothers, Hannah Einbinder
Ross and Matt Duffer ’07, Hannah Einbinder ’17 Earn Primetime Emmy Nominations
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Chapman Filmmaker Sally Rubin Finds That Kids Say the Most Insightful Things About Family and Gender Identity The documentarian’s vision takes flight as a major streaming service picks up “Mama Has a Mustache,” with added plans for a new series featuring young voices.
Venk Potula
Chapman Film Student Takes Industry OnRamp to Breakthrough at Tribeca Festival As his comedy feature “Four Samosas” generates buzz, Venk Potula (MBA/MFA ’23) applies new career skills to create his own opportunities.
Barbara and Bill Parker
Loyal Booster of Athletics William Parker ’52 Remembered for His Generous Spirit
Janine DuMontelle
Chapman VP Janine DuMontelle Elected Board Chair of the National Association of College & University Attorneys
Professors Michael Hass and Amy Ardell
Chapman Professors’ Book Gives Teachers Essential Guidance on Supporting Student Mental Health