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Inside the Maelstrom of a Romance for the Ages “Truly, Madly,” by Dodge College Dean Stephen Galloway, takes readers on a tempestuous journey with screen legends Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier.
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Celebrating the Museum Without Walls In 2022, Chapman University’s Escalette Permanent Art Collection celebrates “10+2” years as a center of public art for the campus and community.
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Chapman Welcomes Class of 2026, Including Highest-Ever Rate of First-Generation Students
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Martina Nieswandt Named Vice President of Research Dr. Nieswandt will develop and lead research strategic planning.
Dodge College Ranked #4
Chapman Maintains Lofty No. 4 Spot in Hollywood Reporter’s Rankings of Top Film Schools
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Chapman Impact on Local Community Is More Than Monetary New reports show that the university generates more than $213 million in economic output for the City of Orange, but it’s the intangible benefits for the community that make the biggest impact.
Araceli Martinez
Araceli Martinez Named Executive Director of Chapman’s Cross-Cultural Center and First-Generation Programs
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Sydni Au Hoy ’22 Receives Cheverton Award, Chapman’s Highest Student Honor Hawaii resident & biological sciences major excelled in leadership, research.
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Chapman Announces Doti-Spogli Chair in Free Enterprise at Argyros School New endowment will amplify the study of market-based economies and free market philosophy at Chapman.
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Chapman University Announces Burra Executive Professor of Accounting
Roxanne Greitz Miller
Roxanne Greitz Miller Named Dean of Chapman’s Attallah College of Educational Studies

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