Category - Science & Engineering

Pharmacy Professor Jeff Goad
When a COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives, How Do You Persuade the Reluctant to Roll Up Their Sleeves?
1918 flu ward
Will COVID-19 Change Society Forever? Chapman History Experts Say Not Really History's lessons are often forgotten.
Masimo and Human Centered Engineering Scholarships Reflect a Culture of Giving Back Support connects incoming students to the search for life-changing advances.
Keck Center of Science and Engineering
At Fowler Engineering, the Best and Brightest Include the Underrepresented The school focuses on attracting "the widest possible spectrum of thinkers."
Chapman University's Rinker Health Science Campus
Chapman Adds Masters Programs in Patient Safety and Regulatory Affairs Graduate degrees equip professionals for opportunities in growing health care sectors.
Chapman students building 3D printers.
The Tech Connects to Caring in Fowler School of Engineering Access to equipment accelerates the learning for students, who embrace an ethos of altruism.
Michael Ibba, new dean of Schmid College
Michael Ibba to Lead Schmid College, Help Drive CU’s Rise in Research Microbiologist is a standout in lab and classroom as he also empowers others to succeed.
ramsey halim in a white pharmacist coat with his mom and dad to his left and right standing in grass with chapman university buildings behind them.
Chapman University Pharmacy Students and Faculty Are on the Job and in the Battle Against Coronavirus From a student whose parents fell ill, to a professor's hospital role, hundreds are in the fight.
Sustainability tablers
It’s Earth Day Every Day for Campus Champions of Sustainability Mackenzie Crigger and others keep projects on course, even as pandemic turns buildings quiet.
Eriik Linstead with daughter Hannah.
Researchers Turn Big Data Into Huge Impact for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder A Chapman lab aids thousands, including the daughter of project lead Erik Linstead '01.
hands on a laptop
Free Online Class by Fowler Engineering Will Give HS Students a Leg Up on College Success As students study from home, 125 sign up to learn computing fundamentals.
A satellite image interpreted by a Chapman earth systems lab shows a steep drop in nitrogen oxide emissions in and around Los Angees, indicating that residents are observing stay-at-home orders.
CU Lab Gives a View of COVID-19 Compliance in Regions With Stay-at-Home Orders Where nitrogen oxide emissions are down, restrictions have a chance to slow spread of coronavirus.

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