to the Chapman Family!
Each new semester at Chapman University is a joyous occasion as we welcome new spectacular individuals to the Chapman Family. Congratulations to all the new Panthers who have worked so hard to get here. Expect greatness, strive for your best, and enjoy your time with your new peers and mentors.
Showcase your talents
From our award-winning performers, visual artists, and writers, to our tech-savvy scientists and innovative entrepreneurs, Chapman University is home to incredibly creative students starting to make their mark. Whether it’s film, dance, technology, or business, you’re guaranteed to find the perfect outlet for your creative side here at Chapman.
Discovery at your fingertips
The road to innovation is challenging, but when you reach your destination, it can be the most exhilarating experience of your life. Chapman realizes that innovation is about putting your ideas into action. It’s about giving you access to the latest tools and resources, while allowing you to work alongside professors who are leaders in their field. Innovation is about motivation, inspiration, and access, and Chapman University strives to make this possible for you.
Congratulations François Englert, Ph.D., winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics
François Englert, a Distinguished Visiting Professor in Residence and founding member of Chapman's Institute for Quantum Studies, received his award Tuesday December 10. Englert is the third Nobel laureate with ties to Chapman University, joining Professor Vernon L. Smith, Ph.D., winner of the 2002 Nobel in Economics, and Chapman Presidential Fellow Elie Wiesel, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989.Read more »
University Singers Surprise Travelers with Impromptu Performance Read more »
Chapman University honors 2013 Entrepreneur of the Year Jeff Kearl Read more »
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For the second year in a row, Chapman University’s Speech and Debate Team took the top award for four-year universities at the Pacific Southwest Collegiate Forensics Championship Tournament held this month at California State University, Long Beach. Chapman beat 39 other schools, including UCLA and many California State Universities, and hundreds of competitors at the largest California tournament of the fall semester.
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One of Russia’s most fascinating and complex composers—Dmitri Shostakovich—goes under the magnifying glass when Pacific Symphony partners with Chapman University’s Global Arts Program to present “Decoding Shostakovich.”