Category - COVID-19

A Chapman University Pharm.D. student administers a seasonal flu shot at one of several drive-through immunization clinics hosted by Chapman.
Chapman Flu Shot Clinics Provide a Boost of Protection to the Community During COVID-19
Tsimane villagers meet
Chapman-Led Research Project Pivots to Safeguard Amazon Villagers from COVID-19 Professor Hillard Kaplan is committed to the wellbeing of Tsimane partners as he also gathers globally significant data about how diet and lifestyle impact healthy aging.
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Chapman Science Students Dive Into the Biology of COVID-19 Vaccine updates and evolution of the virus were among the topics in Schmid College lecture series.
1918 flu ward
Will COVID-19 Change Society Forever? Chapman History Experts Say Not Really History's lessons are often forgotten.
Boxes containing laptops and supplies for new students at Chapman’s Fowler School of Engineering are prepped for shipping by two university staff members.
Laptops, Equipment and More Help Chapman Students Get Back-to-School Ready
Entrance gate to Chapman University, where researchers are working in response to COVID-19 virus.
Leadership and Healing: Chapman Family Rises to Challenging Times Amid the coronavirus pandemic, CU people respond with resilience, expertise and support.
Chapman University President Daniele Struppa
Chapman Unveils Preparations for Robust Fall Semester Online labs, faculty workshops and strong programming promise rigorous learning in multiple formats.
TPI Thompson Policy Institute
Thompson Policy Institute’s Active Education Webinars Provides Vital Training and Clinical Hours for Teacher Candidates
Woman in labcoat smiling
Crean College Dean Addresses Health Care After COVID-19 Janeen Hill discusses research and education as key players in how health care will shift.
infographic from covid-19 and mental health survey
A Mental Health Study Highlights Wide-Ranging Effects of COVID-19 The pandemic has 61% in U.S. feeling high levels of stress, national mental health research project finds.
counselor sitting at laptop
Amid Coronavirus Worries, MFT Students Offer Mental Health Support Through Telehealth
Ginger Chen '20 in San Francisco.
Student Steps Out Against Fear and Racism Targeting Asian Americans A talent for storytelling helps Ginger Chen '20 adapt during this time of challenges.

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