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Andrew Carroll
Andrew Carroll
Chancellor Fellow
Andrew Carroll is the director of the Center for American War Letters at Chapman. The Center is home to a unique and extensive manuscript collection of previously unpublished war letters from every American conflict, beginning with handwritten missives composed during the Revolutionary War and continuing up to emails sent from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Andrew Carroll is the director of the Center for American War Letters at Chapman. The Center is home to a unique and extensive manuscript collection of previously unpublished war letters from every American conflict, beginning with handwritten missives composed during the Revolutionary War and continuing up to emails sent from Iraq and Afghanistan.

 
Richard Hovannisian, Ph.D
Richard Hovannisian, Ph.D
Chancellor Fellow
Dr. Richard Hovannisian is the preeminent historian of Armenia and the Armenian genocide. He is the author and editor of many books, including Looking Backward, Moving Forward: Confronting the Armenian Genocide, The Armenian Genocide: Cultural and Ethical Legacies and the four-volume work, The Republic of Armenia.
He is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the "I Witness Award" of the Jewish World Watch. He is a Guggenheim Fellow and Professor Emeritus at UCLA.

 
Kamaljit Kaur
Kamaljit Kaur
Distinguished Chancellor Fellow
Dr. Kamaljit Kaur will be Distinguished Chancellor Fellow at Chapman University, and will join the University full time from June 1, 2015 as Associate Professor of Targeted Drug Delivery and Biomedical Diagnostics in the Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences within the School of Pharmacy of Chapman University.

 
Honorable Sukhee Kang
Honorable Sukhee Kang
Chancellor Fellow
Mayor Sukhee Kang was first elected to the Irvine City Council in 2004 and was successfully re-elected in 2006. With his 2008 election, he became the first Korean-American to serve as Mayor of a major U.S. city. He was re-elected as Mayor with more than 64% of the vote in November 2010. Born and raised in South Korea, Mayor Kang graduated from the prestigious Korea University majoring in Agricultural Economics. In March of 2011 he received an an Honorary Doctoral Degree in Business Administration from Dongseo University in Busan, Korea.

 
Chinary Ung, Ph.D
Chinary Ung, Ph.D
Chancellor Fellow
Dr. Chinary Ung will be a Chancellor Fellow: Senior Composer in Residence at Chapman University from January 1, 2015. He was the first American to win the highly coveted international Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition (1989), perhaps the most prestigious prize.
Ung has received dozens of awards including The Kennedy Center (Friedheim award), two American Academy of Arts and Letters, The Guggenheim Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts. Most recently, he is being honored by the Asian Cultural Council during its 50th anniversary for The 2013 John D. Rockefeller 3rd Award.