Category - Science & Engineering

Chapman students work with a dinosaur fossil in the lab.
In Chapman’s Dino Lab, Students Dig Beyond Childhood Dreams of Jurassic Adventures Legendary paleontologist Jack Horner leads an immersive journey that brings an intriguing dinosaur fossil discovery from Montana to campus.
Chapman environmental science students on doc at Catalina Island
Marine Science Experience on Catalina Island Is ‘Hands on’ and ‘Paddles in’ for Chapman Students Professor Richelle Tanner invites students into an immersive journey as she creates new connections to the Wrigley Marine Science Center.
The Big Picture: How Data Science and Earth Observation Intersect to Study Climate Risks Using satellite images and massive datasets, Professor Hesham El-Askary and the Ph.D. students in his remote-sensing lab unearth insights that could shape climate change policy across California and around the globe.
illustrated abstract representation of a computer chip
New Supercomputer Puts Chapman at the Cutting Edge of AI Research The new computer system, the product of Chapman’s participation in the CEO Leadership Alliance of Orange County, is the first community-operated supercomputer in the nation.
water conference
Chapman Leads Conversation on California Water Supply University Hosted Water Abundance Conference with faculty, water district reps and others
mike feher
Mike Feher ’06 Manages Millions as CFO of Biotech Co CathWorks
Kellie Omori '22
SURF Helps Alumna Build on New Love of Research The health sciences and biological sciences double major is researching how to engineer sunflower meal to make it a more palatable food source.
lauryn degeeff with dog
Alumna Does Canine Chemistry Forensic scientist Lauryn DeGreeff ’06 studies the ways dogs detect scents, helping law enforcement agencies solve crimes.
Kevin Nguyen
Award-Winning Plant Research Helps Student’s Love of Science Blossom Chapman University student wins Goldwater Scholarship and develops a food security project with potential for global impact.
Richelle Tanner
Chapman Researcher’s Findings Illuminate a Path to More Equity in STEM Fields
Ishaan Shah ’23 looks forward to advancing his own photochemistry research to address symptoms of severe asthma, a health concern he has lived with for seven years.
Schmid College Student Researchers Receive Prestigious National Scholarships
Kevin Nguyen poses in the Keck Center hallway.
Award-Winning Plant Research Helps His Love of Science Blossom Building on his Simon STEM Scholars experience, Kevin Nguyen ’24 develops a food security project with potential for global impact.