Category - Chapman Magazine

Dancer Xing

Crosswalk morphed into stage, as motorists and pedestrians became instant audiences to a moveable feast of creativity. While fellow Chapman University dancers performed in other unexpected campus settings– amid the...

Anything Imaginable – At the Keck Center and throughout Chapman, the Fowler School of Engineering is advancing from concept to reality. At the Keck Center and throughout Chapman, the Fowler School of Engineering is advancing from concept to reality.

Only a few decades ago, the word engineer summoned images of machines, bridges, electrical grids and chemical production plants. To some, it even meant the man – and it was inevitably a man – who drove a locomotive...

Get Your Motor Running

Anyone who says engineering doesn’t involve emotion needs to spend an afternoon at the Porsche Experience Center in Carson, Calif. An hour behind the wheel of a 500-horsepower, adrenaline-pushing rocket from...

‘Our Job is to Save Lives’

The challenges of ailing children live in the medical datasets Louis Ehwerhemuepha scours every day. It’s his job to find and nurture the hope. As data scientist for CHOC Children’s hospital, Ehwerhemuepha (M.S. ’13, Ph...

A Champion of Achievement

Approaching hesitantly, some of the Hispanic students in computer science instructor Rene German’s data structures class had questions for him: “Are you Hispanic? Do you speak Spanish?” “And I said, ‘Yes, I do,’” German...

Dialed in to Solutions

When Reagan Williams was 12, he didn’t have the music-on-the- move luxury of Spotify or MP3 players. So he did what any other overachieving 12-year-old would do. He built his own FM radio station. No, really, he did...

Beyond the Google Gauntlet

At home with newborn twins and fresh out of work after her job with a mobile-app startup ended, Lindsey Hughes ’10 (M.S. ’13) decided to crack a book. Her selection was Cracking the Coding Interview: 189 Programming...

At the Cutting Edge of Care

How do you know when you’ve found your calling in life? For Katie Lamkin ’16, unmistakable signs flashed early in her Chapman University experience. “After I took Computer Science 101, I couldn’t stop writing code and I...

Unearthing the Answers

Trained as an environmental scientist, Brian Reinsch ’06 is also drawn to engineering by “the logic component,” he says. “You dig deep into the curiosity, then apply logic as you seek out the right answer.” In his...