He has investigated issues relating to financial reporting of leases, inventories and earnings per share, fair value disclosures, executive compensation, corporate reorganization and technology investments. She also served as Director of Instruction and Interim President at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Los Angeles. Prior to joining the faculty at the Argyros School, he held faculty appointments at the University of Washington, the University of Chicago, the University of Arizona and San Diego State University. Pfeiffer's research focuses on accounting disclosures and capital markets. in Theatre History/Criticism at The University of Texas at Austin and has been a faculty member at Bradley University and Minnesota State University, Mankato.He has led initiatives in alternative methods and new spaces for innovative educational delivery. Gerbasi began teaching theatre in Chapman’s Communications Department in 1982. As Assistant Provost she reviews academic appeals, new and revised courses, and changes in the annual catalogs as well as communicates with faculty and staff on a number of academic deadlines. Arredondo Samson came to Chapman from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, where she served as a research associate in the Office of Institutional Research and Planning. in Higher Education and Organizational Change, a M. in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in counseling, and a B. in Psychology--all from the University of California, Los Angeles.Before joining the Provost’s office in 2007 she was Associate Dean of the School of Communication Arts for many years. in Communications with an emphasis in media production and a M. She was the principal investigator for that institution's Campus Climate Survey project, was involved in the preparation of their accreditation self-study report, and worked to develop several campus-wide surveys. She currently works with "Achieving the Dream," a multiyear national initiative to help community college students succeed. As director she supports faculty processes for hiring, tenure and promotion, annual evaluations, and faculty development. Prior to joining Chapman University in 2007, she held faculty positions at Miami University (OH), James Madison University, and California State University, Fresno. Bidmead teaches classes in Religious Studies, FFC, and the University Honors Program.For 20 years she served as tournament director for the Henry Kemp-Blair Annual Shakespeare Tournament. Before arriving at CSU Pomona, she was at the nationally recognized Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA. She completed her Masters in Human Resource Management at Chapman University and holds a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She has won several teaching awards including the Valerie Scudder Award and Pedagogical Innovative Award. Bidmead's publications include The Akitu Festival: Religious Continuity and Royal Legitimation in Mesopotamia (Gorgias Press, 2004), Invest Your Humanity (Pickwick, 2016), and numerous articles on Near Eastern religion, ritual studies, and gender.She was on the producing team for American Celebration from 1984-2005, most recently serving as executive producer. Eileen works closely with faculty and faculty governance. Meyer Faculty Athenaeum which serves as a center for faculty discussion and collegial support. Julye Bidmead is the Director of the Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs and an Associate Professor of Religious Studies in Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Her most recent research project, Recovering Women's Rituals in the Ancient Near East (Equinox Press), explores women's religious roles and rites of passage in ancient Israel, Mesopotamia, and Canaan. Bidmead is currently the Education Director and field archaeologist on the Jezreel Expedition, where she spends her summers excavating the world of the ancient Israelites. As Director, Roberto oversees the undergraduate academic advising services provided by the Academic Advising Center. in Accounting from Cornell University after he earned a bachelor's degree in Economics from Hope College.He has won several teaching awards and was the recipient of the 2007 Valerie Scudder Award. She works with academic programs and initiatives that cut across the university, including General Education, Freshman Foundations Classes (FFC), Honors Program, Academic Advising, Undergraduate Research, Promising Futures, and the Tutoring, Learning and Testing Center. She was awarded the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Award for Excellence in Theatre Education. Previously, he served as Associate Dean at the School of Law.
As the former Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs at the Argyros School of Business and Economics, Dr.
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has played 25 festivals to date, collecting in sum 15 awards.
Kirk Roos and Brad Brizendine’s Conduit is handling foreign and domestic sales.
A young African-American couple navigates the tricky paths of romance and athletics in this drama.