Category - In-Box

‘Our Job is to Save Lives’

The challenges of ailing children live in the medical datasets Louis Ehwerhemuepha scours every day. It’s his job to find and nurture the hope. As data scientist for CHOC Children’s hospital, Ehwerhemuepha (M.S. ’13, Ph...

A Champion of Achievement

Approaching hesitantly, some of the Hispanic students in computer science instructor Rene German’s data structures class had questions for him: “Are you Hispanic? Do you speak Spanish?” “And I said, ‘Yes, I do,’” German...

Beyond the Google Gauntlet

At home with newborn twins and fresh out of work after her job with a mobile-app startup ended, Lindsey Hughes ’10 (M.S. ’13) decided to crack a book. Her selection was Cracking the Coding Interview: 189 Programming...

Special Delivery – Chapman pharmacy researchers are pioneering microscopic therapies with global potential. Chapman pharmacy researchers are pioneering microscopic therapies with global potential.

It’s one thing to create new drugs. It’s another to scoot them toward their targets in the corners of the human body where tumors, infections and cancer cells set up shop. Enter the biomedical engineers – scientists...

Letters, emails, Comments and Posts – What you said What you said

Re: “A New Era of Science Teaching,” Winter 2016 Chapman Magazine I am a high school biomedical science teacher and have been teaching for 20 years. Five years ago I started a summer enrichment  program for fourth...