Category - Attallah College

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Chapman Alumna Comes Full Circle as Friendly Center CEO As the Orange nonprofit celebrates its 100th anniversary, Kenia Hernandez Cueto (Ph.D. ’17) hopes to build an even stronger partnership with Chapman University.
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Chapman Faculty Organize Inaugural Orange County Sustainability Decathlon
Quaylan Allen sits on steps of Chapman's Memorial Hall holding a camera
Pictures and Stories: Elevating Black Students’ Stories of Trial and Resilience Aided by participant photography, Quaylan Allen gets young Black men talking about their struggles and successes, illuminating pathways to culturally relevant practices.
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Sowers of Peace All over the globe, changemakers are embracing Whitney McIntyre Miller’s  peace leadership model, feeding a global movement for systemic change.
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Chapman’s Thompson Policy Institute on Disability Receives $2.5 Million Gift to Advance Inclusive Education The Inclusive Schooling Initiative will address persistent challenges of inadequate inclusion between general education classrooms and students with disabilities.
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Become a Teacher of Teachers Attallah College's Ph.D. in Education program prepares educators for research, leadership
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Chapman Alumnus Named OC Queer Activist/Philanthropist of the Year Frank Shaver-Burgess (MA ’21) advocates for inclusivity in the wedding planning industry
Sarah Wilson (MACI '23) has earned a Fulbright Scholarship to teach English in South Korea.
Chapman Education Student Earns Fulbright Scholarship to Teach in South Korea Sarah Wilson (MACI ’23) is the fifth Attallah College of Educational Studies student in the past decade to become a Fulbright Scholar.
C-TAG Student
Angela Ramirez’s Journey as a Chapman C-TAG Student
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New Orleans Interterm Course Provides 15 Years of Perspective on Crisis Response Chapman students take the long view on leadership, investing their labor to learn about rebuilding resilient communities after Hurricane Katrina.
Transfer Student Experience
The Transfer Student Experience at Chapman University Genesis Hernandez ’23 shares her path to Chapman.
Thompson Policy Institute on Disability group photo
Chapman’s Thompson Policy Institute on Disability Secures $1.2 Million in New Grants

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