Originally organized in 1861, Chapman University has steadily evolved into a vibrant midsize and
nationally recognized university with renowned programs in film and television production, business
and economics, music, teacher education, communication arts, and the natural and applied
sciences. The Leathery Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics is an annually ranked
top 10 undergraduate and graduate program by The Princeton Review.
Set in suburban and historic “Old Towne Orange”, California, Chapman’s beautiful tree-lined campus
features a blending of historic and contemporary structures, tranquil gardens, world-class
recreational facilities, and “smart” classrooms. With wireless technology throughout the campus,
Chapman was recently named one of the top 50 “Best Wired” campuses by Yahoo! Chapman’s
academic preparation and wide breadth of excellence is evidenced by the University’s accomplished
alumni, who include Loretta Sanchez (’88), member of Congress; David Bonior (’85), member of
Congress and former house minority whip; Jose Gomez (’75) member of the Panamanian National
Assembly; television and film producers John Copeland (’73), Jon Garcia (’90) and John David Currey
(’98); cinematographer Gene Jackson (’70); television sports analyst, Steve Lavin (’88); Tony Award
nominee and Broadway star of Showboat, Michel Bell (’68); Indy car racing star, Jaques Lazier (’93);
former major leage baseball stars Tim Flannery (’80), Marty Castillo (’80), Gary Lucas (’76) and Randy
Jones (’72); and George L. Argyros (’65), philanthropist and former U.S. Ambassador to Spain.
Chapman University
Vice Chancellor for Entrepreneurship,
Dr. PK Shukla Interview (Part 1)
  Chapman University
Vice Chancellor for Entrepreneurship,
Dr. PK Shukla Interview (Part 2)
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