Brittany Hanson

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No Bigger Stage Dance and performance tech students train at the highest level thanks to a Chapman partnership with Cirque du Soleil.

How do undergraduate students get access to the Cirque du Soleil “Zumanity” stage in Las Vegas? By having Chapman University open the door. Thanks to Chapman professors Alicia and Donald Guy, the University enjoys an...

A Vision for the Future: Chapman’s Fowler School of Engineering Emerges

Orange County has a wealth of diverse options for engineering employment. There are 352 biomedical companies, 494 high-tech companies and 29 clean-tech companies — just in this region. California itself leads the nation...

History at His Fingertips – Temianka Violin Scholar Christopher Nelson ’21 embraces his role as keeper of an instrumental legacy. Temianka Violin Scholar Christopher Nelson ’21 embraces his role as keeper of an instrumental legacy.

Although for some Chapman University students Friday is light on coursework, the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music sings with activity. The sounds of voices, woodwinds and strings leak from under the doors of Oliphant...

Seen and (goat) herd 2017 Schweitzer Award winner gives others the tools to succeed and sustain

Christine  Curry ’95, sociology, might not get your goat in particular, but she has overseen more than 50 goats, at various points in the life of the Grenada Goat Dairy, which is a sustainable, community-building...

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A Schweitzer Rising Star takes “Action in Africa” Sarah Nininger '13 completes a journey begun in high school, continues to expand the adventure

“There is no separating my life from my work,” says Sarah Nininger ’13, B.A. Integrated Educational Studies. Her friends back in the U.S. are getting married, having families, buying homes. She’s trying to figure out...

Beyond the business card: Showcasing the power of the Chapman network Alumni from every facet of the entertainment industry meet, mingle and connect

When you think of an industry meet-and-greet event, you probably conjure up images of pressed suits, nervously guarded business cards and carefully thought-out pitches. Sweaty handshakes and sparse—or at least less-than...

A Legacy of Brotherly Love – His caregiver role strengthens a special bond, leading Jon Dyer ’62 to support specialized health-science learning. His caregiver role strengthens a special bond, leading Jon Dyer '62 to support specialized health-science learning.

  On Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017, Keith Dyer passed away at the age of 75. Jon recounted to friends at Chapman that in the days prior to his passing, he had asked Keith, “How was I able to be so lucky to have had...

Faces of Chapman

Author Studs Terkel once described work as a search for daily meaning as well as daily bread. Those of us privileged to work at Chapman University know first-hand the levels of sustenance our toil can provide. On these...

Dr. Ruben Martinez honored by Kiwanis Santa Ana

Presidential fellow Rueben Martinez, a longtime friend of Chapman University and much-beloved local community figure, has been awarded the Golden Rule Award by the Kiwanis Club of Santa Ana. Martinez founded the...

Young man and mother carry boxes

Students on the move are moving in The class of 2020 is officially here!

Shopping carts filled to teetering with boxes, bags and economy-sized packs of toilet paper. stream out of the parking structures, filling the sidewalks, forming trains down the dormitory corridors. It’s a frenzy...