Category - achievements

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My Favorite Professor Chapman students honor Presidential Fellow Mark Skousen.

Presidential Fellow Mark Skousen smiles cheek to cheek, surrounded by a group of gleeful Chapman University business students as they pose for a photograph on campus. The students proudly display American Silver Eagle...

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Class of 2019 Chapman awarded degrees to some 1,700 undergraduate and more than 900 graduate students during its 158th commencement weekend, with more than 2,200 people participating in total.

A Community of Achievers A Rhodes Scholar heads to Oxford University. A Fulbright recipient embarks on innovative teaching and research projects in Taiwan. A 19-year-old is on track to become California’s youngest...

The ‘Us’ Factor Earning the trust of collaborative artists, cinematographer Yasu Tanida ’01 becomes a prime-time player.

According to Yasu Tanida ’01, the realities of working in the film industry are a lot like those in other lines of work. He has to show up on time, be ready to work long hours and have the skills to troubleshoot a range...

Change Agent Diana Day (JD ’07) leads a fast break with history to earn a position of power in the male-dominated world of pro sports.

Photographed on the sidelines with NBA star James Harden, Diana Day (JD ’07) occasionally has been confused by gossip-hungry fans for a girlfriend. That is part of the background of sexist assumptions Day has overcome...

The Satellite Experience Mounting an exhibition of their works during the high-profile Miami Art Week gives Chapman students a taste of professional success.

People mean well. But for student artists, it can grow wearisome when yet another person asks how they plan to practically apply their fine-arts education. “Not only are you fighting against the competitiveness of the...

Hilbert Museum Named Best of O.C.

In an area with a host of venerable visual-art institutions, the 3-year-old Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University was named editors’ pick as Orange County’s best art museum in OC Weekly’s 2018 Best of...

Vidal Arroyo Handsomely Smiling

First-Gen Student is Chapman’s First-Ever Rhodes Scholar Biochemistry and molecular biology major Vidal M. Arroyo '19 plans to use the scholarship to continue advanced studies in science.

Vidal M. Arroyo, a first-generation student from Rancho Santa Margarita who is completing his studies in biochemistry and molecular biology, has been named Chapman University’s first-ever Rhodes Scholar. Arroyo is one...