Category - COVID-19

Pharmacy professor Jerika Lam poses next to a screen image of a virus molecule.
Pharmacy Professor Tracks the COVID-19 Clinical Trials Jerika Lam evaluates therapeutics so doctors can choose the best treatments.
medical workers in face masks
From Donated Face Shields to Free Counseling Services, Chapman Helps the Front Lines Highlights of university efforts against the pandemic are shared in a community forum.
giving day
Chapman Community Responds to Call for Student Support in Time of Coronavirus More than $1.1 million is raised in annual Giving Day effort.
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Let’s Build It: Chapman U Math at Play Video Series Offers Free Activities for PK-8 Stay at Home Learners
ramsey halim in a white pharmacist coat with his mom and dad to his left and right standing in grass with chapman university buildings behind them.
Chapman University Pharmacy Students and Faculty Are on the Job and in the Battle Against Coronavirus From a student whose parents fell ill, to a professor's hospital role, hundreds are in the fight.
Bev Weatherill '50 reads a letter.
Students’ Letters to Home-Bound Seniors Welcomed as “an Unexpected Gift” Response to physics professor's extra-credit offer reflects a commitment to service.
Nobel laureate Vernon L. Smith, Chapman professor of economics and law, poses with the bronze bust of moral philosopher Adam Smith on the Chapman campus. A $15M gift will establish the Smith Institute for Political Economy and Philosophy at Chapman, honoring both Smiths.
Economic Science Professors Make the Case for Balanced Reopening of Society
Woman standing in outdoor hall
When Stay-at-Home is Far From Home Three international students find comfort and safety in campus housing.
Peter Simi standing in front of graffiti wall
Chapman Professor Tracks Rise in Hate Group Activity Targeting Asian Americans White supremacists seek to weaponize COVID-19, driving agenda of violence, Pete Simi says.
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.
Kennedy Hall
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.
Nick Terry at desk
Despite Challenges, the Beat Goes On for Music Professor and Students Chapman's Nick Terry brings a creative approach to remote teaching.

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