The Harry and Diane Rinker Health Science Campus embodies our forward-looking approach to educate tomorrow’s advanced healthcare professional and to support the interdisciplinary research required to translate scientific inquiry into health improvement.
- Flexible, shared classroom and research spaces will support the goal of inter-professional education and interdisciplinary research.
- Technologically sophisticated classrooms and teaching and research laboratories will support the goal of educating future healthcare professionals who integrate technology into practice and who are adept at evaluating, adopting, and adapting healthcare technologies to professional practice.
- Simulated environments which model the new arenas in which advanced care professionals will practice and which will afford students to immerse themselves in a team-based approach to healthcare.
- Deans’ suites, faculty offices and seminar rooms that are not segregated by profession but are designed to promote research, teaching, and clinical practice collaborations.
Our capital campaign will support the infrastructure needed to transform Chapman University into a serious sciences and health sciences institution where exceptional faculty pursue the dual passions of teaching and research, where graduate and undergraduate students are challenged to solve complex problems by working across disciplines and applying new methodologies and technologies, and where the new vision for advanced healthcare professional education is realized.