Chapman University has named Karman Hsu as the new Assistant Dean of Admissions and Diversity Initiatives for the School of Law. Hsu stepped into her new role at the school on Nov. 5, where she will primarily oversee the admissions and enrollment of students who will bring to Chapman a “strong sense of integrity,” according to school officials.
Tom Campbell, dean of Chapman’s School of Law, welcomed Hsu to the school’s staff. “Karman brings a wealth of experience to Chapman and will be a terrific addition to our admissions team.”
Hsu joins Chapman with a strong resume in law school admissions experience. Most recently, she spent nine years as director of Admissions at UCLA’s School of Law. She formerly worked at Syracuse Law, where she earned her J.D. She earned her B.A. from UC Irvine.
“I am thrilled to join Chapman Law’s dynamic and engaging community. Chapman’s Law School is known for its strong sense of integrity and supportive academic environment,” Hsu said. “I am looking forward to working with the Chapman Law family in promoting the ethical and creative learning environment we have here at the Law School.”
Chapman’s Law School is a prestigious local institution for law students. Despite being a small school with an enrollment of just over 500 full-time students, Chapman was ranked No. 110 U.S. News and World Report’s 2013 list of Best Law Schools in the nation, and No. 40 in the Part-Time Law specialty.
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