Category - Top Stories

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Future Looks Bright for Chapman Say University Leaders at Annual Address
Anne and Chris Flowers
$2.5 Million Gift Supports Math, Philosophy and Physics Doctoral Fellowships
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Chapman Faculty and Partners Featured in OC Register’s 125 Most Influential People for 2023 Marilyn Harran, Marybelle Musco and Mark Hilbert were among those selected for their contributions to the community.
Chapman University President Emeritus Jim Doti speaks at Economic Forecast Dec. 14 at Musco Center for the Arts.
What Happened to That Recession? Chapman’s Jim Doti Says ‘We Aren’t Out of the Woods’
Daniele C. Struppa, Jim Doti, Rick Muth, Matt Parlow
President Emeritus Jim Doti Surprised with Gift of Endowed Chair at Chapman’s Economic Forecast
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Chapman Alumnae Earn Emmy Awards Nominations
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Argyros College Leads in Innovation with Shah Family’s Major Gift
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Chapman Announces $1 Million Gift from Doy Henley for Innovation
Quaylan Allen sits on steps of Chapman's Memorial Hall holding a camera
Pictures and Stories: Elevating Black Students’ Stories of Trial and Resilience Aided by participant photography, Quaylan Allen gets young Black men talking about their struggles and successes, illuminating pathways to culturally relevant practices.
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Sowers of Peace All over the globe, changemakers are embracing Whitney McIntyre Miller’s  peace leadership model, feeding a global movement for systemic change.
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The Ways of Water: Interdisciplinary Research Examines Water Systems in the American Southwest Hydrologist Tom Piechota leads interdisciplinary research that informs strategies for managing the West’s most precious natural resource.
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Art From the Inside: Comic Art Offers Intimate Look at Japanese Incarceration A new exhibition explores life inside the Japanese incarceration camps from the point of view of the people who lived there.