Category - Community

Panther Village Apartments, located about a mile from Chapman’s Orange campus, will be available to local first responders in need of temporary quarantine housing following suspected exposure to COVID-19.
Chapman Supports Community Fight Against COVID-19, Offers Housing to First Responders University makes student housing available to first responders exposed to coronavirus.
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Resolving Conflict in the Virtual World Fowler School of Law’s Mediation Clinic finds new ways to service clients even while law students stay at home.
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Lessons in Holocaust Education: How Do You Combat Hate? With Education Auschwitz survivor shares words for participants Chapman University for Holocaust Arts and Writing Competition.
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Chapman University Recognizes Top Employers
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Chapman’s Pete the Panther Welcomes a New Cub to the Pack Local Orange elementary school embraces new panther cub mascot.
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Panthers and Ducks: A Match Made in Anaheim Chapman students and alumni find career success with the Anaheim Ducks, a long-time partner of the Think Chapman First program.
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Flash Fiction We had a flash of inspiration. What if we devised a contest to showcase the creative talents of Chapman people alongside the power to inspire of works in the University’s Hilbert Museum of California Art?
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Future Educators Partnership Signed with Santiago Canyon College A new local community college partnership will bring future educators to Chapman and help fill the growing need for qualified teachers in Orange County.
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Chapman Students Give Back During National Philanthropy Month, we recognize the many ways CU students serve others.
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Four Community Non-Profits Awarded Donations by Chapman Students Students learn the challenges and rewards of giving through philanthropy project.
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StoryCorps: How a House Fire Led to a Mission to Save the World’s War Letters Chapman University's Andrew Carroll, founder of the Center for American War Letters, shares the impact of war letters in StoryCorps interview.
Chapman students with their 3D printed costume.
The Endless Possibilities of 3D Printing In a new class at Chapman, students explore 3D-printing technology with their own printers.