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Meeting and Learning From Holocaust Survivors Nearly 1,000 middle and high school students gather at Chapman University's annual Holocaust Art & Writing Contest for lessons more timely than ever.

By his own account, middle school student Ezekiel Torres is not the kind of guy who’s ever at a loss for words.  But then he toured Chapman University’s Holocaust library and later stood spellbound while an 89-year-old...

Brain Institute Receives Over $7 Million for Research on Neurophilosophy of Free Will

The newly-minted Institute for Interdisciplinary Brain and Behavioral Science (The Brain Institute) at Chapman University, with Dr. Uri Maoz as project leader, is the recipient of a total of $7.04 million to study how...

Plans for Stepped-Up Fundraising, Enhanced Health Science Campus Unveiled Chapman President Daniele Struppa outlines his vision in State of the University address.

In his annual State of the University address, Chapman President Daniele Struppa reviewed ambitious projects that will shape the University’s future – from the fledgling Brain Institute, which just received $7 million...

Chapman Public Opinion Survey Foretold High-Speed Rail’s Disfavor Among Many Survey Findings to be Featured at March 27 Conference

The decision to curtail California’s high-speed rail plan reflects the disfavor residents already felt for the $77 billion project, says a Chapman University professor.

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The Soul of a Scholar Vidal Arroyo’s path to becoming Chapman University’s first Rhodes Scholar has enough of those what-if moments that listeners to his story can’t help but wonder at the turning points.

Vidal Arroyo’s path to becoming Chapman University’s first Rhodes Scholar has enough of those what-if moments that listeners to his story can’t help but wonder at the turning points.

Tattooed Renewal Mastering the art of cosmetic restoration, Kimberly Armstrong (M.A. ’98) transforms lives – including her own.

The electric tattoo needle humming along the edge of Linda Lee Franklin’s eyes sounds like a bumblebee flying a little too close for comfort. But Franklin isn’t worried. The retired schoolteacher is happy to lie still...

Cause for Celebration at the Oscars Best Picture Win for 'Green Book' is Sweet Silver Lining for Chapman Film Alumnus

A Chapman University alumni filmmaker has been nominated in this year’s Academy Awards for his editing work on the acclaimed feature film “Green Book.”

Chapman Achieves Milestone with R2 Carnegie Classification

Chapman University has achieved another milestone in its growth as a research institution with the announcement that it has been elevated to R2 status in the update of the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of...

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Founding Dean for Fowler School of Engineering Announced Andrew Lyon plans a school where innovation and diversity will shape the next generation of problem-solvers.

Andrew Lyon guided Chapman University’s science programs into a period of record growth and envisions the same at new school of engineering.