Category - Community

Michael Bazyler
Fowler School of Law Professor Launches Project to Assist Ukrainian Refugees Michael Bazyler’s personal connection inspired new initiative to help relocate and support displaced Ukrainian mothers and children.
Hilbert Museum expansion rendering
Chapman Announces Plans to Greatly Expand Hilbert Museum of California Art The popular museum will nearly triple its square footage as it adds gallery space, a research library, café and courtyard.
A photo collage of the 40 Under 40 recipients is displayed on stage.
Chapman Leadership Recognized by Irvine Chamber’s 40 Under 40 List
Alisa Driscoll
A Message from Vice President of Community Relations Alisa Driscoll Driscoll's passion for advocacy work continues to shape her approach to community relations.
Andrew Lyon receives Distinguished Educator Award
Engineering Dean and Chemistry Researcher Andrew Lyon Receives Distinguished Educator Award From Greater Irvine Chamber
Image of people walking on sidewalk in downtown shopping area
Top 10 Things to do In and Around Orange College-town charm minutes from world-class destinations.
Hilbert Museum front entrance
Hilbert Museum and Musco Center Named to LA Times’ ‘Best of the Southland’ List
Daniela Struppa and the staff of the Education Farm
Chapman University and Orange Home Grown Celebrate 10 Years of Urban Agriculture   A partnership built on shared commitment to a healthier community continues to thrive despite the challenges of the pandemic.
Sala and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library at Chapman University
Chapman Holocaust Library Artifact Connects a Son to His Father’s Story A wallet made from a Torah carries the weight of history and reflects Mitchell Raff's commitment to remembrance.
Students sit socially distanced at the Hutton Sports Center.
More than 1,000 Students, Faculty and Staff Vaccinated at Chapman COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
Underground GRIT Reentry Students in Dr. Carty's sociology class
Chapman Partners with Underground GRIT to Provide Courses for the Formerly Incarcerated A sociology professor and Chapman alumnus are transforming lives and communities by offering educational opportunities for youths impacted by the U.S. criminal justice system.
Alisa Dreyer ’21 in front of Chapman University Community Relations office
Student-Led Community Outreach Program Teaches Good Neighbor Habits Alisa Dreyer ‘21 is helping to solve problems in the community as part of a new peer education program designed to ease the transition to off-campus living.

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