Category - Chapman in the News

justin walsh holding model of international space station
APOLLO: Outer space – the final frontier for the art market? Justin Walsh, associate professor of art history and archaeology at Chapman University, discusses the long tradition of sending art to space.
Andrew Lyon receives Distinguished Educator Award
Engineering Dean and Chemistry Researcher Andrew Lyon Receives Distinguished Educator Award From Greater Irvine Chamber
Jennifer Bevan, Ph.D.
Time: What We Learned About Relationships During the Pandemic Jennifer Bevan, professor of communication, quoted in a Time article on relationship lessons during COVID-19.
Luke Nichter
C-SPAN: 2021 Historians Survey of Presidential Leadership Author and scholar of American history and new faculty member Luke Nichter participated in C-SPAN's 2021 Historians Survey of Presidential Leadership.
Screaming woman against red COVID-19 backdrop.
NBC News: Back to Not-So-Normal: Psychologists Eye Pandemic Stress as U.S. Reopens Brain Institute’s Uri Maoz and Postdoc Marie-Christine Nizzi interviewed about the continuance of pandemic stress as the country reopens and many return to work.
Person waving rainbow flag.
ABC News: ‘The View’ Honors Trailblazers from LGBTQIA+ Community During Pride Month Josie Totah, a television writing major at Dodge College, cited in ABC News as an entertainment superstar paving the way for the LGBTQIA+ community.
Mateo Jarquin
The Christian Science Monitor: Nicaraguans Sound Alarm Over Declining Democracy. Who’s Listening? Mateo Jarquin, assistant professor of history, quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about current political unrest in Nicaragua.
headshot of Dr. Tukachinsky Forster
Refinery 29 | Our Childhood Crushes Were Sweet, Weird, & Kind Of Made Us Who We Are Today Riva Tukachinsky Forster, associate professor of communication studies, quoted in Refinery 29 about how early childhood crushes can be a healthy and important psychological step in young people’s development.
Boy on a canoe
Discover Magazine: An Indigenous Amazonian Group May Hold a Key to Slowing Down the Aging Process Hillard Kaplan, professor of health economics and anthropology, featured in Discover Magazine about his research on the Tsimane people in Bolivia.
Jim Doti on Musco State presenting forecast update report.
Orange County Patch: Housing Bubble, Construction Boom Mark OC Comeback: Forecast President Emeritus Jim Doti and his Economic Forecast findings on construction, inflation and rising interest rates featured in Orange County Patch.
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CNN: Science and Pop Culture Look to the Skies to Answer the Ultimate Question: Are We Alone? CNN cited the Chapman University Survey of American Fears, which found that 41.4% of Americans believe that extraterrestrials have visited Earth at some time or another.
Jamie Ceman
Forbes: 14 Tips For Crafting An Effective Apology Communications Plan Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Communications Jamie Ceman quoted in Forbes on the most effective ways to craft a sincere apology.

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