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The Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration

October 4-6, 2013


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Buildings 1. Argyros Forum I-6 2. Beckman Hall G-6 3. Bertea Hall H-7 4. B  hathal Student Services Center E-7 5. C  enter for Global Education F-3 6. Center of Excellence F-5 7. Cortese Elder Law Center F-5 8. Crean Hall B-7 9. C  ypress Street Schoolhouse C-3 10. DeMille Hall G-7 11. Doti Hall G-7 12. D  igital Media Arts Center (In Planning) C-9 13. Elliott Alumni House E-9 14. E ntertainment Tech Center B-7 15. E xtended Education F-3 16. F ish Interfaith Center G-6 17. H  ashinger Science Center I-7 18. Hutton Sports Center H-6 19. Irvine Lecture Hall I-7 20. Kennedy Hall F-7 21. Knott Studios D-8 22. L astinger Athletics Complex H-5 23. L eatherby Entreprenuership Village F - 7 24. L eatherby Libraries H-6 25. Legal Affairs F-5 26. M  emorial Hall G-7 27. M  ilitary Law Institute F-7 28. M  oulton Hall I-7 29. M  usco Center for the Arts (In Construction) G-5 30. O  liphant Hall H-7 31. P artridge Dance Center C-10 32. P ublic Safety F-6

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.

CHAPMAN DAY OF SERVICE CHECK-IN

Student Ballroom, Argyros Forum, Room 119AB Chapman alumni, faculty, family, staff, families and students are invited to engage in service together at a variety of public service agencies in the Orange County community. If you haven’t already registered, stop by to find out how you can impact our community today! 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

REGISTRATION AND CHECK-IN

Rinker Atrium, First Floor, Argyros Forum Pick up your packet, event schedule, tickets, map and more to start the weekend off right! 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

THE CHAPMAN FAMILY HOSPITALITY RETREAT AND TECH CENTER Pankey Visitors Center, First Floor, Argyros Forum Stop by throughout the weekend to rest your feet, charge your phone or tablet and learn more about Chapman. Make sure to visit us to get your official Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration photo taken!

FACULTY MASTER CLASSES 1 – 1:50 p.m.

FACULTY MASTER CLASS: ROBIN KISH, DEPARTMENT OF DANCE, COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS MEDICINE: PREVENTING AND TREATING INJURIES AMONG PERFORMING ARTISTS

Musco Lecture and Recital Hall, Oliphant Hall, Room 301 What is the physical and mental cost that the dancer, actor, musician or vocalist pays for driven determination? In this session, Professor Kish will share common physical and psychological injuries that performing artists experience and how prevention and specialized care can maximize performance and lower the risk of injury. 1 – 2 p.m.

FACULTY MASTER CLASS: TOM CAMPBELL, DEAN, FOWLER SCHOOL OF LAW STATE AND FEDERAL BUDGETS: HOW BROKE ARE WE?

Aitken Trial Courtroom, Kennedy Hall, Room 255 Join Dale E. Fowler School of Law Dean Tom Campbell for a presentation on state and federal budgets. 1 – 2:30 p.m.

FACULTY MASTER CLASS: FEDERICO PACCHIONI, WILKINSON COLLEGE CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN FOR TRAVELERS

Hutton Williams Boardroom, Beckman Hall, Room 401 The Marybelle and Paul Musco Endowed Chair for Italian Studies, Federico Pacchioni, Ph.D., will provide a course in conversational Italian for those interested in traveling abroad to Italy. 1 – 2:30 p.m.

FACULTY MASTER CLASS: JAMES BROWN, PH.D., COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES LIES YOU LEARNED IN SCHOOL: DIFFICULT HISTORIES & CRITICAL THEORY

Doti Hall, Room 003 Should your education only be the narrative of the modern dominant culture or should it be a search for the truth based on multiple views including histories

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from an alternative perspective? Did your education promote a blind and authoritarian patriotism or an active and democratic patriotism? Delve into these big questions with Dr. James Brown in this session. 2 – 2:50 p.m.

FACULTY MASTER CLASS: JESSICA STERNFELD, PH.D., HALL-MUSCO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS SINGING NAZIS: MUSICAL THEATRE, SATIRE AND HISTORY

Musco Lecture and Recital Hall, Oliphant Hall, Room 301 Dr. Sternfeld discusses the way in which The Sound of Music, Cabaret and The Producers approach the seemingly untouchable subject for a musical: Hitler, Nazism and the Holocaust. What do these musicals teach us about such an unlikely topic, and about ourselves? 2 – 3 p.m.

FACULTY MASTER CLASS: DON BOOTH, PH.D., ARGYROS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS GLOBALIZATION: GOOD OR BAD

Pralle Lecture Hall, Beckman Hall, Room 104 The last 50 years has brought about a revolution in communication and transportation. While jogging in the streets of Beijing you can watch what is happening on the New York Stock Exchange. In January you can eat fresh apricots from Chile. We are all interconnected in so many ways. Have these rapid changes worked to the advantage of all? Who gained the most and who got left behind? 2 – 3 p.m.

FACULTY MASTER CLASS: DOUGLAS DECHOW, SCIENCES LIBRARIAN, LEATHERBY LIBRARIES UPHILL AND UPSIDE-DOWN: THIRTY YEARS OF THE SPACE SHUTTLE PROGRAM Henley Reading Room, Henley Library of Social Sciences, Second Floor, Leatherby Libraries From 1981-2011, the Space Shuttle--NASA’s Space Transportation System--launched 135 missions into low-earth orbit. Among those missions were stunning successes and catastrophic failures. Anna Leahy and Doug Dechow discuss their up-close experiences with the final three missions and The Roger and Roberta Boisjoly Challenger Disaster Memorial Collection, now housed in Leatherby Libraries.

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FACULTY MASTER CLASS: JOHN CHICHESTER AND DAN PAVELIN, DODGE COLLEGE OF FILM AND MEDIA ARTS HIDDEN LAYERS: THE ART OF SOUNDTRACK AND PRODUCTION DESIGN

Folino Theater, Marion Knott Studios Chapman professors and industry experts give you an insider perspective on the art of soundtrack and production design. 3 – 4 p.m.

FACULTY MASTER CLASS: JOCELYN BUCKNER, PH.D., DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE, COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS SHADY LADIES: SISTER ACTS, POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT, AND THE PERFORMANCE OF IDENTITY

Musco Lecture and Recital Hall, Oliphant Hall, Room 301 How do you perform your identity? How do your familial and social relationships inform your selfrepresentation? Dr. Buckner will share her research about women in U.S. popular culture and lead a discussion on their significance in shaping and reflecting both individual and national identities. 3 – 4 p.m.

FACULTY MASTER CLASS: DAVID FREDERICK, PH.D., CREAN SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND LIFE SCIENCES, SCHMID COLLEGE IS THERE A BODY IMAGE CRISIS? THE PREVALENCE AND CAUSES OF BODY DISSATISFACTION Irvine Lecture Hall, Hashinger Science Center, Room 150 How common is body dissatisfaction among men and women across age groups, sexual orientations, and cultures? Find out in this session where recent surveys, experiments, and mass media examples will be highlighted.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 DIALOGUE WITH THE DEAN

ALL SESSIONS RUN FROM 5 – 6 P.M. DIALOGUE WITH THE DEAN: DON CARDINAL, COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES

DIALOGUE WITH THE DEAN: JANEEN HILL, SCHMID COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Muth Reading and Learning Center, Reeves Hall, Room 1 In this informal session, parents, alumni, students, and community can meet and get to know the dean of the College of Educational Studies.

Irvine Lecture Hall, Hashinger Science Center, Room 150 Join the dean for a brief overview of Schmid College programs and future plans, followed by a Q&A session.

DIALOGUE WITH THE DEAN: GAIL STEARNS, WALLACE ALL FAITHS CHAPEL

DIALOGUE WITH THE DEAN: REGINALD GILYARD, ARGYROS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

Wilkinson Founders Chapel, Fish Interfaith Center Join the dean to discuss current trends in spirituality and religion among college students and how we offer unique support for students’ various spiritual journeys at Chapman University.

DIALOGUE WITH THE DEAN: CHARLENE BALDWIN, LEATHERBY LIBRARIES HOW SPECIAL COLLECTIONS SUPPORT STUDENT RESEARCH AND LEARNING

Leatherby Libraries, Donors Alcove, First Floor See Leatherby Libraries unique treasures and learn how it supports student research and learning. Dean Baldwin will highlight The Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives, which provides access to unique collections: rare books, manuscripts, maps, art, and artifacts as well as materials about the history of the university and the Chapman Family.

DIALOGUE WITH THE DEANS: PATRICK FUERY, ANN GORDON AND ERIC CHIMENTI, WILKINSON COLLEGE

Laura Scudder Dean’s Suite and Conference Room, Roosevelt Hall, Room 127 Learn about current Wilkinson College initiatives and speak one-on-one with Dean Patrick Fuery, Associate Dean Ann Gordon, and Associate Dean Eric Chimenti.

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Hutton Williams Boardroom, Beckman Hall, Room 401 Meet Dean Reginald Gilyard, who joined the Chapman Family last year, and find out what’s on the horizon for the Argyros School.

DIALOGUE WITH THE DEAN: DALE MERRILL, COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS A FUTURE PERSPECTIVE: THE COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS

Salmon Recital Hall, Bertea Hall, Room 100 Participate in this open forum with the dean to discuss a range of topics, from college policies and academics to the future of the performing arts.

DIALOGUE WITH THE DEANS: BOB BASSETT AND MICHAEL KOWALSKI, DODGE COLLEGE OF FILM AND MEDIA ARTS

Folino Theater, Marion Knott Studios Join the dean and associate dean for a discussion about the story of Dodge College and learn how it continues to build upon its high quality programs through connection, creativity, and collaboration.


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5

5 – 10 p.m.

PHI SIGMA SIGMA 25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

Sandhu Conference Center The sisters of the Epsilon Delta chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma celebrate 25 years at Chapman University. 6 – 8:30 p.m.

SHABBAT DINNER AND SERVICE

Wallace All Faiths Chapel, Fish Interfaith Center A Shabbat service and complimentary kosher dinner provided by Chapman Hillel for friends, families and those attending their first Shabbat. 7 – 8:30 p.m.

LITERARY READING WITH CALLIOPE AND SIGMA TAU DELTA

Kennedy Classroom, Beckman Hall, Room 105 The two premier student run literary forums present readings from various forms of literature, including poems and short stories.

7:30 – 9:30 a.m.

CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY TOYOTA OF ORANGE 5K RUN/WALK

Race starts at Schmid Gate and ends in Attallah Piazza Be part of the Chapman 5K and enjoy a scenic route through the Old Towne Orange Historic District, goody bags and finishers medals and a healthy “breakfast of champions” at the end of the race. 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

REGISTRATION AND CHECK-IN

Rinker Atrium, First Floor, Argyros Forum 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

7:30 – 9 p.m.

A NIGHT WITH …

Irvine Lecture Hall, Hashinger Science Center, Room 150 Spend the evening with historical figures such as Julius Caesar and John and Abigail Adams, in a vignette performed by a faculty member. 7:30 p.m.

PRESENT LAUGHTER (COPA PERFORMANCE)

Waltmar Theatre Combine sophistication and elegance with wit and farce and you have the recipe for Noel Coward’s scintillating comedy Present Laughter, presented by the College of Performing Arts. 8 – 10 p.m.

FIRST CUT

Folino Theater, Marion Knott Studios Check out of the work of the storytellers of tomorrow at this screening of student films from Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. 9 p.m.

UPB PANTHER NIGHTS PRESENTS ROAR: THE FALL DANCE

Student Union, Argyros Forum To kick off a weekend full of Panther Pride, students are invited to the Panther Nights dance hosted by University Program Board (UPB). A full night of dancing means a full year of school pride!

THE CHAPMAN FAMILY HOSPITALITY RETREAT AND TECH CENTER Pankey Visitors Center, First Floor, Argyros Forum 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.

A LASTING LEGACY

Pyott Foundation Classroom, Doti Hall, Room 103 Discover the stories, motivations and strategies behind many of Chapman’s generous donors in this workshop, led by David Moore, director of planned giving. For gifts of all sizes, visionary people have a plan for their philanthropy. 10 – 11:30 a.m.

CHANCELLOR’S COFFEE AND PARENTS AMBASSADOR COUNCIL WELCOME

Bush Conference Center, Beckman Hall, Room 404 Join Chancellor Daniele Struppa for a cup of joe and learn about the latest campus happenings and updates. 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

DODGE COLLEGE FILM AND COMMUNICATIONS REUNION

Marion Knott Studios Reconnect with old friends from the film school and its precursor, the Department of Communications. See your work or yourself on screen as we revisit film treasures from days gone by.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 10:15 – 11 a.m.

11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

HONORS PROGRAM COFFEE OPEN HOUSE

CHAPMAN FAMILY LUNCH AND LAWN GAMES

DeMille Hall, Room 152 Parents, alumni and students are invited to drop in and join us for an Honors Program open house and meet the program director and faculty. 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

JAMES L. AND LYNNE P. DOTI HALL OPEN HOUSE & ALUMNI LEGACY TRIBUTE WALL

Doy and Dee Henley Lobby, 1st Floor Lobby, Doti Hall Tour Chapman’s newest classroom facility, Doti Hall. Explore the building, enjoy some light refreshments, check out the Alumni Legacy Tribute Wall and mingle with fellow Panther grads. 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

DIALOGUE WITH THE DEAN: TOM CAMPBELL, FOWLER SCHOOL OF LAW HOW CONGRESS REALLY WORKS: INSIGHTS FROM A FORMER U.S. CONGRESSMAN

Aitken Trial Courtroom, Kennedy Hall, Room 255 Former United States Congressman and Fowler School of Law Dean, Tom Campbell, presents an honest and humorous assessment of the inner workings of the United States Congress, as only a former insider can do. 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

THE ARGYROS SCHOOL ALUMNI RECEPTION WITH DEAN REGGIE GILYARD

Hutton Williams Boardroom, Beckman Hall, Room 401 Alumni, meet Dean Reggie Gilyard and learn about his vision and strategic plan for the future of the Argyros School. 11 a.m.

WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. CAL LUTHERAN

Wilson Field, Chapman Stadium, Lastinger Athletics Complex Playoff implications will be high in this rematch between the 2012 SCIAC regular season champs (Cal Lutheran) and the 2012 SCIAC tournament champs (Chapman). Free to the public and Chapman community.

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Bert C. Williams Mall All members of the Chapman Family (alumni, students, faculty, staff, families and friends) are invited to join us for a fun afternoon of lunch and lawn games on Bert C. Williams Mall. Enjoy a picnic lunch and challenge your friends to a game of bocce ball, bean bag toss, trivia and much more. Several groups will hold reunions during this event including Dodge College Film and Communications Alumni, the 50 Year Club, DOC and BSU. 1 p.m.

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. POMONA-PITZER

Hutton Sports Center, Lastinger Athletics Complex Chapman volleyball went 9-1 at home in 2012 on its way to back-to-back NCAA playoff appearances and the Panthers hope to keep rolling this season. Free to the public and Chapman community 1 – 2 p.m.

PARENT PERSPECTIVES: STAYING ON COURSE THROUGH FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORE, JUNIOR AND SENIOR YEAR

Haney Amphitheater, Lyon Conference Center, Argyros Forum, Rooms 202, 206, 208 and 209 Get insight from parents who have been in your shoes and learn what the upcoming year has in store for your student and your family. Attend the session for your student’s current class year and get answers to your questions while making new connections. Each year holds something new for students and our panel of Chapman parents is here to lend some advice and help guide you through your student’s Chapman journey. 1 – 4 p.m.

YOUR PASSPORT TO CHAPMAN: CAMPUS OPEN HOUSE

Various locations across campus Explore campus and learn more about Chapman’s schools, colleges and departments as you fill up your Passport to Chapman with stamps at each stop. Make sure to stop by the Chapman Family Hospitality Retreat and Tech Center to pick up a special prize for participating. Flip to page 10 for a list of passport stops.


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DON BOOTH’S LAST LECTURE AND RECEPTION

Chapman Auditorium, Memorial Hall In May, beloved professor and mentor Don Booth retired after more than 50 years at Chapman University. Join us for his Last Lecture, “An Economic Theory of Love” and a celebratory reception immediately following on Bert C. Williams Mall.

5 – 6:30 p.m.

4TH ANNUAL CHILI COOK-OFF AND TAILGATE

Waltmar Theatre

Attallah Piazza Something spicy is in the air for Chapman’s 4th annual Chili Cook-Off, sponsored by the Chapman University Alumni Association. The competition is tough and the prizes are smokin’. Enjoy sampling unique chilis and hanging out in the beer (and root beer!) and wine garden.

2 – 4 p.m.

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ORIENTATION ASSISTANT AND RESIDENT ADVISOR REUNION

HOMECOMING FOOTBALL GAME VS. WHITTIER

2 p.m.

PRESENT LAUGHTER (COPA PERFORMANCE)

Masson Family Beach Club Past Orientation Assistants and Resident Advisors are invited to reconnect and share stories at this OA/ RA Reunion. 2 – 4 p.m.

COMMUNICATIONS SCIENCES AND DISORDERS ALUMNI REUNION: COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES Lineberger Loggia Terrace, Third Floor, Argyros Forum Mingle with former classmates and meet new friends at this gathering of current communication science and disorders students, alumni and friends of the CSD program. 2 – 4 p.m.

CES – INTEGRATED EDUCATIONAL STUDIES ALUMNI REUNION

Argyros Forum, Room 309 Current IES students, alumni and friends of the IES program are encouraged to attend this reunion of the Integrated Educational Studies program.

Chapman Stadium, Lastinger Athletics Complex Chapman scored 49 points in a win against the Poets last year and the Panthers have won three straight Homecoming games and six times in the last seven years. The skies above campus will come alive at halftime with our special fireworks show. 6:30 – 10 p.m.

HOMECOMING GAME VIEWING PARTY IN THE PIAZZA

Attallah Piazza All members of the Chapman Family are invited to stay in Attallah Piazza after the Chili Cook-Off and Tailgate and watch the big game on live streaming TVs provided by Full-Blown Events, courtesy of alumni Peter Twill ’98 and Dave Judy ’87. The Beer and Wine Gardens will remain open and food will be available for purchase. 7:30 p.m.

PRESENT LAUGHTER (COPA PERFORMANCE)

4 – 5 p.m.

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PRESIDENT’S WELCOME AND UNIVERSITY UPDATE

9:30 p.m. – 1 a.m.

Chapman Auditorium, Memorial Hall President Doti welcomes the Chapman Family to campus and shares updates about the latest and greatest Chapman news and happenings.

STUDENT AND YOUNG ALUMNI POST-GAME EVENT

Student Union, Argyros Forum Current students and young alumni (those who graduated within the past ten years) are invited to catch up with old friends and make connections with new ones at this post-game bash hosted by UPB.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 10 – 11 a.m.

SPIRITUALITY MATTERS! AN INTERFAITH CELEBRATION

Wallace All Faiths Chapel, Fish Interfaith Center Join Chapman’s spiritual organizations for this special interfaith celebration. Share in song and prayer from a multitude of different faith traditions. All are welcome! 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

BIG BAND BUBBLY BRUNCH CO-SPONSORED BY THE OFFICE OF ALUMNI RELATIONS AND THE COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS

Attallah Piazza This festive champagne brunch will feature Chapman’s newest and brightest stars: our very own Big Band, under the direction of Albert Alva. A cross between Frank Sinatra and Harry Connick Jr., this ensemble will leave you wanting more.

SPIRITUALITY MATTERS! AN INTERFAITH CELEBRATION

BIG BAND BUBBLY BRUNCH

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The Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration Saturday, October 5, 2013 1 – 4 p.m.


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THE CHAPMAN FAMILY HOSPITALITY RETREAT AND TECH CENTER

Pankey Visitors Center, First Floor, Argyros Forum Stop by for some light refreshments, recharge your phone and learn more about the weekend’s events.

THE JANES FINANCIAL CENTER

Argyros School of Business and Economics The Janes Financial Center, Beckman Hall, Room 207 Check out the new Janes Financial Center, which provides students up to the minute financial data with several market data delivery systems, including 12 Bloomberg terminals.

EXPLORING YOUR FAMILY TREE

Wilkinson College Doti Hall, Room 003 Join Fran Dickson, Ph.D., for an exercise in which families will be able to explore their family tree and obtain insights as to how people of different generations communicate. Sessions will begin at 1, 2 and 3 p.m.

ART TOUR - ESCALETTE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF ART

Tours meet in the KPMG Elevator Foyer, Fourth Floor. Beckman Hall Take a guided tour of the Phyllis and Ross Escalette Permanent Collection of Art – a museum without walls. The collection features artists such as Tony DeLap, Claes Oldenburg and Richard Serra. Tours offered at 1, 2 and 3 p.m.

LOOTED ANTIQUITIES IN MUSEUMS AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS: DIGITAL RESPONSES TO A MATERIAL PROBLEM (ART HISTORY LECTURE) Department of Art Moulton Hall, Room 213 Art history professor, Dr. Justin Walsh, will speak about public and private collections which contain works that were illegally excavated, smuggled from their nations of origin and sold on the art market to their owners. The lecture will run from 1 – 2 p.m.

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ART EXHIBIT: DEMOLITION WOMEN

Department of Art Guggenheim Gallery Explore the exhibit, Demolition Women: Curated by Commonwealth and Council

LEATHERBY LIBRARIES

Allred Entrada, First Floor, Leatherby Libraries Explore the arts and treasures of the beautiful Leatherby Libraries, meet some of the staff and librarians and learn more about the many programs, awards, benefits and services we offer to students, alumni, faculty and community members.

FRANK MT. PLEASANT LIBRARY OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS AND ARCHIVES

Leatherby Libraries Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives, Leatherby Libraries, Room 406 This fascinating collection provides access to the Leatherby Libraries’ rare books, manuscripts, maps and collections of enduring value while the archives preserve the history of the university and the Chapman Family.

SALA AND ARON SAMUELI HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL LIBRARY

Leatherby Libraries Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education, Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library, Leatherby Libraries, Room 404 Enter this quiet and reflective space to peruse artifacts, photographs, documents and books that tell stories of individuals lives affected, and all too often ended, by the Holocaust.


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COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES: KATHLEEN MUTH READING AND LEARNING CENTER

Muth Reading and Learning Center, Reeves Hall, Room 1 CES faculty and staff will present the Literacy Tutoring Program, show a film about the center and answer questions about the reading center and its impact in the community. The Literacy Tutoring Program teaches reading and writing to approximately 100 culturally and linguistically diverse elementary students each year.

UPDATE ON THE MUSCO CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Bush Conference Center, Beckman Hall, Room 404 and Barbara Bush Patio 404A Join Bill Hall, dean of the Musco Center for the Arts, and Dale Merrill, dean of the College of the Performing Arts, for an update on the construction of the Musco Center for the Arts.

HASHINGER SCIENCE CENTER

Wallace All Faiths Chapel, Fish Interfaith Center Visit the award-winning Wallace All Faiths Chapel located in the Fish Interfaith Center. Meet with staff and learn more about spiritual life on campus.

Schmid College of Science and Technology Irvine Lecture Hall, Hashinger Science Center, Room 150 Stop by “the center among the pines” to find out about some interesting ongoing research projects and learn more about the plans for the new Center for Science & Technology, which will open its doors in 2017 with more than 100,000 square feet of state-of-the-art lab and classroom space.

WILKINSON FOUNDERS CHAPEL

JOHN AND DONNA CREAN HALL

WALLACE ALL FAITHS CHAPEL

Wilkinson Founders Chapel, Fish Interfaith Center What do C.C. Chapman, the Office of Church Relations, and student organization, Disciples on Campus, have in common? Stop by and meet the people who know about Chapman’s rich history as a church related college.

CHAPMAN COLUMBARIUM

Chapman Columbarium, Fish Interfaith Center The Chapman University Columbarium and Cenotaph, located at the Merle and Marjorie Fish Interfaith Center, is a special, reverent, private and meditative place. This work of art, designed by Susan Narduli to reflect the sky, uses banks of niche spaces covered with beautiful, polished light blue marble that soar 16 feet into the air.

AGORA GIFT SHOP

Agora Gift Shop, First Floor, Argyros Forum Peruse the gift shop for all your Chapman apparel and refreshment needs.

Schmid College of Science and Technology Crean Hall, 501 W. Palm Ave. This early 1900’s factory building offers a funky space for the psychology, marriage & family therapy (MFT) and physical therapy (PT) programs at the Crean School of Health & Life Sciences. It is also home to the Frances Smith Center for Individual and Family Therapy, which serves the mental health needs of Orange County residents regardless of ability to pay. You’ll also find a display of our plans for the new Graduate Health Sciences Campus in Irvine, scheduled to open in fall 2015.

VON NEUMANN HALL

Schmid College of Science and Technology Von Neumann Hall, 545 W. Palm Ave. Stop by this trendy building – where students solve math and computational science problems and then take a break for a game of pool, ping pong or a turn at the piano. Take our computer challenge for a chance to win a fun prize.

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EARLY HUMAN AND LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH FACILITY

Schmid College of Science and Technology Early Human and Lifespan Development Research Facility, 544 North Cypress St. The Early Human and Lifespan Development Research Facility examines the interplay of biological, psychosocial and behavioral processes in pregnancy and their influence on maternal health, fetal health and early childhood development. The historic 1928 building that houses the facility is the laststanding schoolhouse in California that offered a segregated education to the children of migrant workers, a practice that finally ended in the state in the late 1940’s. Old photos and displays tell the story.

ALUMNI RELATIONS: ALUMNI ID CARD

Card Services, Bhathal Student Services, Room 100 Alumni are invited to stop by and get an Alumni ID Card which provides benefits to alumni. Bring your Alumni ID card to the Passport stops at Leatherby Libraries and the Elliott Alumni House to learn about your current benefits.

ALUMNI RELATIONS: ALUMNI BENEFITS

Elliott Alumni House, 204 N. Olive Street Come visit the beautiful and historic Elliott Alumni House to meet the staff of the Office of Alumni Relations and learn about the many programs, benefits and services we offer to Chapman alumni. Update your contact information to receive the alumni e-newsletter, Chapman Magazine, and other updates, view our new website, and receive an alumni license plate frame and other goodies.

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ALUMNI LEGACY TRIBUTE WALL

Doy and Dee Henley Lobby, 1st Floor Lobby, Doti Hall Peruse the names of generous alumni donors whose names appear on the Alumni Legacy Tribute Wall in Chapman’s newest classroom facility, James L. and Lynne P. Doti Hall.

JULIANNE ARGYROS FITNESS CENTER

Julianne Argyros Fitness Center, Hutton Sports Center, Lastinger Athletics Complex The newly remodeled 4,000 square foot Julianne Argyros Fitness Center provides a welcoming and cutting-edge hub for fitness and wellness at Chapman. Stop by to see stateof-the-art fitness equipment and admire the beautiful and sustainable architectural design.

ARGYROS FORUM STUDENT UNION

Student Union, Argyros Forum Established in 2011, the Student Union in Argyros Forum is the “living room” of Chapman’s campus. By providing a variety of dining venues and multipurpose event spaces, the Union fosters a sense of community and provides a space for students to interact and continue their learning outside of the classroom. Come by the Information Desk to learn more!


FALL 2013 DINING HOURS www.chapman.edu/dining

MONDAY - THURSDAY Randall Dining Commons Breakfast 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Lunch 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Dinner 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Einstein Bros. Bagels 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Jamba Juice 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. WOW American Grill 10:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. Jazzman’s Cafe 7:00 a.m. - 8:45 p.m. SubVersions 7:00 .a.m. - 8:45 p.m. Rotunda Cafe 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. Doy’s Place (Convenient Store) 8:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.

Randall Dining Commons Einstein Bros. Bagels Jamba Juice WOW American Grill Jazzman’s Cafe SubVersions Rotunda Cafe Doy’s Place (Convenient Store)

FRIDAY (Same as Monday - Thursday) 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.

Randall Dining Commons (Brunch) (Dinner) Einstein Bros. Bagels Jamba Juice WOW American Grill Rotunda Cafe Doy’s Place (Convenient Store)

Randall Dining Commons Einstein Bros. Bagels Jamba Juice WOW American Grill Rotunda Cafe Doy’s Place (Convenient Store)

SATURDAY 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.

SUNDAY (Same as Saturday) 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.

Sandhu Residence and Conference Center Argyros Forum Argyros Forum Argyros Forum Beckman Hall Beckman Hall Leatherby Libraries Henley Hall

Argyros Forum Argyros Forum Argyros Forum Beckman Hall Beckman Hall Leatherby Libraries Henley Hall

Sandhu Residence and Conference Center Argyros Forum Argyros Forum Argyros Forum Leatherby Libraries Henley Hall

Argyros Forum Argyros Forum Argyros Forum Leatherby Libraries Henley Hall

AGORA GIFT SHOP HOURS FRIDAY SATURDAY

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.


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