Get back into the “virtual” classroom with Chapman’s world-renowned professors as they share their expertise and insight across a broad array of topics.
Chapman Chats hosted by Chapman University’s schools and colleges will take place via Zoom throughout Homecoming week. You will have the opportunity to interact with each moderator and get full student experience in our virtual classrooms.
Can’t make the scheduled class time? Don’t worry! Each class will be recorded and uploaded here for you to watch at your leisure.
Click on the event link below to register.
Schmid College of Science and Technology | Tuesday, October 6 at 12 p.m. pst.
Antibiotic Resistance: Some New Answers for a Very Old Question
Presented by: Dr. Michael Ibba, new Dean of Schmid College of Science and Technology
Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences | Tuesday, October 6 at 6 p.m. pst.
Systemic Racism, Hate and Bias: Exploring Student and Faculty Experience
Presented by: Dr. Desire Crevecoeur-MacPhail, Assistant Professor, Psychology, Dr. Matthew Ballew, Assistant Professor, Psychology, Dr. Jason Douglas, Assistant Professor, Health Sciences, Kiera Johnson, Alumna, Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Ryan Perry, MMS Physician Assistant Studies student
Why Do Humans Have Property? A Conversation with the Author of the New Book, The Property Species – Registration is closed
Presented by: Dr. Bart Wilson, Professor, Donald P. Kennedy Chair in Economics and Law Director, Smith Institute for Political Economy and Philosophy
ENGAGING THE WORLD: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race Presents: In a Beat – Registration is closed
Presented by: Natasha Mynhier, Director and Filmmaker, moderated by Dr. Jan Osborn, Associate Professor, Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; Department of English and Mr. Greg Walswick
Dodge College of Film and Media Arts | Saturday, October 10 at 12 p.m. pst.
The Cultural Exchange: Creating Content for Global Audiences
Presented by: Assistant Professor Leah Aldridge