Category - Features

henrik cronqvist
The Global Dean From Stockholm to Chicago, Miami to the metaverse, Henrik Cronqvist goes the distance in developing his vision for the future of business education.
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After Fleeing Afghanistan, Law School Alumni Find Refuge at Chapman Years of work on equity and reform in their native Afghanistan collapse in an instant as Chapman alumni legal scholars are forced to flee for their lives. What comes next is a story of support in rebuilding hope.
"Squid Game" cast on stage during Dodge master class.
‘Squid Game’ Mania Takes Center Stage During Chapman University Master Class
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Chapman Announces Plans to Greatly Expand Hilbert Museum of California Art The popular museum will nearly triple its square footage as it adds gallery space, a research library, café and courtyard.
Wall displayed with art exhibition title This Land is Your Land.
Students Step Outside the Classroom to Explore Environmental Justice Through Art, Advocacy and More
Sociologist Pete Simi research in the field.
Testimony of Chapman Sociologist Pete Simi Leads to Judgment Against Organizers of Charlottesville Rally Professor Simi’s research on white supremacists who planned the Unite the Right rally reflects his commitment to exposing the hidden spaces of hate.
Thompson Policy Institute staff members pose on building steps.
With More Than $11 Million in Support, Chapman Institute Champions Access for Students With Disabilities Grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation reflect the expanding influence of Chapman’s Thompson Policy Institute on Disability.
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What Are the Signs of a University on the Rise? Multiple research metrics help Chapman chart its upward trajectory, but the focus remains on the people driving global impact.
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Helping Hands Ease the Way for Chapman Students as University Goes Online The campus community pulled together when life changed overnight.
justin riley
Chapman Alumnus Returns to Help Students Near and Far Justin Riley '11 began his new job before coronavirus. Now it's more timely than ever.
Housing Hits Home – As costs rise and supply lags all across California, Chapman scholars lead the search for solutions. As costs rise and supply lags all across California, Chapman scholars lead the search for solutions.
A Refuge of Support: Aiding Survivors of Domestic Violence, Law Professor Wendy Seiden Helps Clear a Trail Out of Homelessness