Category - Health & Behavior

Chapman doctoral students

More than One Path to a Doctorate at Chapman

For many people, the first few years after college graduation is a typical time to begin graduate school. But two Chapman University students are proving that an advanced degree is an achievement that needn’t fit into a...

Woman patient getting vaccinated

Vaccination Is Best Protection Against Measles, Say Chapman Health Experts No reported cases at Chapman, but students are encouraged to check immunization records.

It’s the souvenir nobody wanted. The high number of measles cases spreading across the United States had their origin in unvaccinated international travelers bringing the virus home, says Jeff Goad, Pharm.D., professor...

children

The Best Partnership: Schools, Health and Special Olympics Federal funding for Special Olympics is good for all, says Professor Judy Montgomery.

Is there anyone who doesn’t know that the world’s largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, which develops physical fitness, courage, joy and friendship is Special Olympics? Is...

Rabbi Corie Yutkin in Fish Interfaith Center

Chapman’s Director of Jewish Life Seeks to Guide Others to ‘Moments of Shabbat’

Rabbi Corie Yutkin, Chapman University’s director of Jewish life and a chaplain at Fish Interfaith Center, knows that a journey of faith can take many turns. “I came from a Conservative Jewish upbringing with Orthodox...

Match of a Lifetime Chapman students volunteer as stem cell donors and find that in the giving, they are also recipients.

Hannah Magistrale ’19 was a first year business major dashing through Global Citizens Plaza when a friend beckoned her to a table where the Chapman University football team was hosting a drive for a bone marrow...