Author - Joy Juedes

Professor Receives State PT Association’s Highest Honor

Chapman University physical therapy Professor Alison McKenzie was recently awarded the California Physical Therapy Association’s highest honor. McKenzie was given the CPTA’s Royce P. Noland Award of Merit at the...

Two Professors Get Diversity and Inclusion Grant

Two Chapman University professors will work across their colleges to make the campus more inclusive using a newly awarded grant. Amy Moors, assistant professor of psychology, and Jeremy Hsu, assistant professor of...

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Living With Invisible Disabilities Ruby Blakesleay '22

Throughout my library career as a student, I curated a myriad of displays highlighting different topics such as Black History Month, different cultural and religious holidays, and most recently a display commemorating...

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In Memoriam: Professor Emerita Jane Sinclair

Professor Emerita Jane Donaghe Sinclair, who taught art at Chapman University for more than 35 years, passed away Sept. 2, 2021. She was 82. Sinclair, who was born in Tulsa, Okla., moved to California to teach at what...

Two Chapman Leaders Nominated for Women in Business Awards

Two Chapman University leaders and several alumnae have been nominated for the Orange County Business Journal’s 28th annual Women in Business Awards. The program honors five exceptional business and professional Orange...