Category - Chapman in the News

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ORANGE COAST MAGAZINE: Letters Home: Chapman University’s Immense Collection of American War Letters Orange Coast Magazine featured Chapman University’s Center for American War Letters, and how the collection offers a glimpse into the minds of troops writing from battles throughout history.
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EdSurge: How Are Final Exams Changing During the Pandemic? Stephanie Bailey, assistant professor of physics, and her class' community-service project, where students were tasked with teaching physics concepts to their elderly conversation partners, was mentioned in EdSurge.
Chapman University dance student poses with Emerald Court senior resident
OC REGISTER: Seniors share life stories with students, students share dance with seniors Chapman University dance students performed choreographed dance routines based on their weekly Zoom conversations with a group of residents from the Emerald Court senior living community in Anaheim.
Elon Musk hosting "Saturday Night Live" May 8, 2021
CNN: What Elon Musk’s Asperger’s comment could mean for the business world Cristina Giannantonio, professor of human resource management, Amy Hurley-Hanson, associate professor of management, and Amy Jane Griffiths, assistant professor of clinical counseling, were all mentioned, discussing business leadership and the autism spectrum.
New Dodge College Dean Stephen Galloway inside Folino Theater.
NY TIMES: How the Golden Globes Went From Laughingstock to Power Player Stephen Galloway, dean of Dodge College, quoted in a New York Times article about how the Golden Globes steadily gained influence in Hollywood and how scrutiny of its practices and lack of diversity led to NBC saying that it would not air its show in 2022.
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OC REGISTER: Chapman baseball coach Scott Laverty wins 500th game Chapman University head baseball coach Scott Laverty won the 500th game of his career as the Panthers rolled to a 9-3 victory over University of La Verne
Chapman graduates
WSJ: Lots of Jobs Await the Class of 2021. So Does Plenty of Competition. Stacey Moynahan, an assistant dean of undergraduate programs and Argyros School career services, quoted on the impact that the coronavirus will have on the class of 2021 and their job search.
Memorial Lawn and flowers at Chapman University
OCBJ: Chapman University Joins Vaccine Mandate Chapman University announced that it will require students, faculty and staff coming to campus in the fall to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
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OC REGISTER: Orange County colleges, universities have mixed plans for graduations in person, more plan fall returns to campus Sheryl Bourgeois, executive vice president and chief advancement officer, and Lawrence Brown, vice provost for academic administration, quoted about Chapman's plans for commencement and fall 2021 classes.
Dodge College at night.
CNET: Postpandemic moviegoing is going to be much different Russell Schwartz, associate professor at Dodge College, interviewed about what post-pandemic moviegoing looks like and the permanent changes the film industry will have to adopt.
Environmental portrait of David Frederick, Ph.D.
NY TIMES: Banish Anxiety About Your Post-Lockdown Looks DAVID FREDERICK, associate professor of health psychology, quoted about his national study on the COVID-19 pandemic's effects on body image.
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ABC7: Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause: College students scrambling to figure out vaccine alternatives Jeff Goad, professor and chair of pharmacy, and Chapman University senior student Lindsey Arabian respond to the recent news of federal health agencies recommending to pause the use of Johnson & Johnson shots.