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Junior biological sciences Emily Hanna (middle) volunteers in the playroom at Children's Hospital of Orange County, is a mentor, supplemental instructor for calculus, #ChapmanU's Feature Twirler, and treasurer of Women in Science and Technology (#WIST). Plus, she does research in the Wetland Biogeochemistry Lab with Dr.... read more »
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This Super Bowl weekend, check out this blog post by Food Science student Amanda Rogers about why the "perfect Super Bowl food trifecta" ranch, beer, and wings, all pair so well together.
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Sophomore biological sciences major Caitlin Molina traveled last summer to Nicaragua for 10 days to provide medical assistance, complete public health projects, and work on creating a water system. The aim: give communities access to clean drinking water and a path toward becoming self-sustaining. This summer she will travel... read more »
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We're live at Provisions Market with another Science on Tap! Dr. Jen Funk will be discussing why we should conserve California's ecosystems! What questions do you have for Dr. Funk?
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“My Chapman education gave me a superb, interdisciplinary foundation to build medical knowledge off of.” Words from Jonathan Woo ’15, biochemistry and molecular biology alumnus who is now in his second year of medical school at the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine. Read what else he's been up to!
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Last month, 30+ students came together to apply their machine learning and analytics skills thanks to corporate sponsor CoreLogic, industry-leading provider of financial, property, and consumer information, as well as a major service provider in the area of business intelligence and analytics.
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Science on Tap is live for the first time in 2017 with Dr. Justin Dressel. Our topic today: "Quantum Computers: Are Credit Cards Still Safe?" Comment any questions you have for Dr. Dressel or Dean Andrew Lyon!
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Natalie Tom ('17) wants your hamburgers to last as long as possible. As a SURF fellowship recipient, she was able to spend last summer researching the possibility of extending the shelf life of beef patties with the use of mushrooms. Find out more about Natalie's research here: ... read more »
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What better way to build community than enjoying beverages together? Join us for Science on Tap on Mon. 2/20 when we explore "Buildings & Belonging: Designing Spaces to Develop Community" with educational studies professor Michelle Samura, Ph.D.
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In the spirit of industry and discovery, Schmid College launched a new series of programming last fall: Career Discovery Chats. We invited our guest speakers to spend time meeting with students to discuss career paths, industry observations, and making the most of their time in college. Students were able to ask questions... read more »
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Sometimes in our embrace of exotic trips by #ChapmanU faculty, staff, and students, we forget that the most exciting trips can be much closer to home! Here are some photos from a recent field trip of Prof. Bill Wright's Marine Biology class to Corona Del Mar to study the dispersion of limpets on the break-wall entrance to... read more »
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"While federal funding is critical for many areas of science... we can’t count on this funding. Scientists need to be proactive on a number of fronts to ensure funds for scientific research," writes Jennifer Funk, Ph.D., associate professor and director of the Biological Sciences program.
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In continuation with our ongoing series of family friendly science experiments, Dr. Jerry LaRue and student Darren Contreras showed off the magic in "burning" money without actually burning money using Isopropyl alcohol and water!
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Carolyn Oliver is a senior #ChapmanU mathematics and dance double major, but she hasn't stopped there! She's also interned as a Business Intelligence Intern at Paypal (where she'll return after graduation as a full-time employee!), interned as a Strategic Pricing Analyst at Axellium, tutored high school foster children in... read more »
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Tonight for Science on Tap, we're joined by professor Michelle Samura, Ph.D. to talk about how design affects education and other social and community goals in a discussion we're calling "Buildings and Belonging: Designing Spaces to Develop Community". Comment any questions you might want Dr. Samura or Dean Andrew Lyon to... read more »
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Last month, #ChapmanU's Food Science student took a break from the California winter and flew to Vietnam for a Food Industry Study Tour. The entire course was designed in partnership with Nong Lam University and their faculty from the Food Science and Technology Department. With 10 full days of traveling through southern... read more »
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Biological sciences professor Douglas Fudge presented on "hagfish houdinis" and their ability to survive shark attacks, slime, tying themselves in knots and squeezing through small openings at last week's Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology annual meeting in New Orleans. Prepare to be fascinated! #SICB2017 ... read more »
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This Thursday, you're invited to chemistry professor Jerry LaRue's talk: "Caught in the Act! Chemical Reactions Exposed". Brought to you by the American Chemical Society's OC chapter, you'll learn all about the unsung heroes of chemistry: catalysts. Plus, you might even form new bonds (pun intended!). More info and... read more »
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Environmental science and policy majors Nikki Burtis, Kyvan Elep, K.C. Hoppel, Lotus Thai, and Sara Wanous met up with alumni Clayton Heard ‘16 and Taylor Krause '16 in the nation's capital to talk to representatives about climate change with Citizens' Climate Lobby.
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