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Concept to Launch

“Concept to Launch” is a 6-week entrepreneurial training program for women in the early stages of starting a business, with classes focusing on: · developing the business concept, · industry and market research,

 

MFA Creative Writing Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program, including a brief presentation and overview of the program followed by an open forum for questions and answers.

 

RN-BSN Virtual Information Session

Join us for a virtual information session about our RN-BSN program.

 

Master of Professional Writing Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Master of Professional Writing program, including a brief presentation and overview of the program followed by an open forum for questions and answers.

 

Chatham University Admitted Student Virtual Information Session

Attention: Newly Admitted Graduate Students! Do you have questions about registration? Orientation? What you should be doing prior to diving into classes this fall? The benefits available to you as a Chatham Graduate Student?

 

Virtual Information Session DNP Program

Please join us for more information about Chatham's DNP program

 

Wesley Spectrum Job Fair

Wesley Spectrum Services provides a diverse range of mental health, education, and social services to individuals and families in Southwestern Pennsylvania. It is our mission is to provide transformational support to children

 

Transfer Fridays

Transfer Fridays are designated days for transfer students to meet with their advisor and register for courses. In addition to registering, students will be able to take their ID picture and fill out any required housing form

 

MA/MFA Interdisciplinary Design & MFA Film and Digital Technology Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Master of Arts/Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Design & Master of Fine Arts in Film and Digital Technology program, including a brief presentation and overview of the program fol

 

"A Conversation with the Dean": Falk School of Sustainability Virtual Information Session

Hosted by Dr. Peter Walker, dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, this session will provide information about the school's graduate programs in sustainability and food studies, as well as the Eden Hall campus. The sessio

 

Introduction to Chatham's Online Classroom

A virtual information session for students who are interested in and/or intending to enroll in one of Chatham's online degree programs. This session will help students of all backgrounds and experiences become more acclimated

 

Art at Noon: Gender and Those Killer Heels

12:00 P.M.: Gender and Those Killer Heels Lecture (Located in the Frick Art Museum) 1:00 P.M.: Luncheon at the Education Center (Located in the Car and Carriage Museum)

 

Staff Technology Workshop: OneDrive for Business

Microsoft OneDrive for Business is a cloud based storage platform that provides you with 1TB of secure space, please attend this 30 minute workshop to learn how to make OneDrive for Business work for you. We will discuss the

 

MSN Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's MSN program

 

Is My Business Certifiable: Workshop

Location: Abator Business Office, 615 South Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15221This is an interactive session to learn about the different types of diversity certification programs for Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business Enter

 

Fri

Jul 15

+ Add to Calendar 07/15/2016 7:30PM 07/15/2016 15 Music and Nature
Classical Music Under the Stars
Treat yourself to a summer evening of elegant melodies that reach across the centuries. Centered around nature themes the program includes selections by Tchaikovsky, Saint-Saëns, Debussy, Fauré, Dvorák and featuring Schubert most beloved quintet, “The Trout”! Attendees will experience the height of musical accomplishment against a backdrop of rolling fields, forests, and the Eden Hall Campus heirloom apple orchard. Featuring PSO members Adam Liu, cello; Erina Laraby-Goldwasser, viola; Dennis O’Boyle, violin; and John Moor, double bass. Also, including Katherine Soroka, mezzo-soprano and Pauline Rovkah, piano. Adam Liu joined the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra as assistant principal cello in 2003. Prior to this appointment, Liu held the position of associate principal cello with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra under Charles Dutoit. Mr. Liu has been the featured soloist with many fine orchestras world-wide, including the symphonies of Montreal, Victoria, Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, San Antonio, Baltimore, Los Angeles and Pittsburgh. Pauline Rovkah is a concert pianist and the Head of Piano Program at Chatham University. Ms. Rovkah participated in several well-known Music Festivals, such as at the Chautauqua Institution; Peacham, Vermont; Rome Festival, Italy; and Cambridge University, UK. She is a founder and Artistic Director of Chamber Music series at Chatham. Rovkah’s solo recitals and chamber music performances have been recorded and broadcast by the Pittsburgh Classical Radio WQED. Educated originally as a violinist and member of the PSO from 2006, Erina Laraby-Goldwasser made her solo debut at the age of 16 with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. At age 22, she discovered a love for playing the viola. She has collaborated regularly with some of the great soloists of our time, principal players from the Cleveland Orchestra, The Berlin Philharmonic, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh Symphonies as well as recent winners of the Tchaikovsky, Queen Elizabeth and Van Cliburn competitions. She has appeared as a soloist with the Rochester Philharmonic, the Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra and the Pittsburgh Symphony. Dennis O'Boyle joined the second violin section of the Pittsburgh Symphony in the fall of 2000 under Music Director Mariss Jansons, and attained the position of Fourth Chair in 2003. In 2011 he was formally appointed Assistant Principal Second Violin after serving the previous three years as acting Assistant Principal. Before arriving in Pittsburgh, Mr. O'Boyle spent three years in Florida as a fellow in Miami Beach's New World Symphony and subsequently as Principal Second Violin of the Florida Orchestra, Tampa Bay. Recent notable appearances in Pittsburgh include performances of Stravinsky's "L'Histoire du Soldat" with Attack Theatre of Pittsburgh, annual appearances in the Chamber Music Concert of the Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival, and frequent performances in the Chatham University Chamber Music Series. Mr. O'Boyle also teaches privately and coaches chamber music and sectionals with the Three Rivers Young Peoples Orchestra. In addition, during the summer he is a member of the prestigious Grand Teton Music Festival in Wyoming. John Moore became a member of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in 1996 hired by Music Director Lorin Maazel.   He moved to Pittsburgh from San Diego where he had been a member of The San Diego Symphony since 1991.  He also held the title of Principal Bass with the San Diego Chamber Orchestra.  Moore earned his Bachelor of Music degree at the Curtis Institute of Music in 1988 studying the double bass with The Philadelphia Orchestra Principal, Roger Scott. Moore won first place in the La Jolla Symphony Solo Competition in 1993 performing the Koussevitsky double bass concerto.  John has performed with numerous music festivals including the National Repertory Orchestra, the Tanglewood Music Festival, Shleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, the Colorado Music Festival, Strings in the Mountains and the Grand Teton Music Festival. John was the Associate Principal Bass with the Honolulu Symphony from 1989 to 1991 and served as a Lecturer at the University of Hawaii in 1991.  In 1996, he was awarded the position of principal bass of the Columbus Symphony.   Katherine Soroka, mezzo-soprano A winner of Pittsburgh’s Concert Society Major Auditions, Katherine’s singing has been acclaimed as “masterful” and “heroic” with “heartfelt vocalism”. She has performed vocal chamber music with the Pittsburgh Jewish Music Festival and Chatham Baroque in a "Music for Exhibitions" concert at the Frick Museum. Katherine has performed Ahkmatova Songs by Judith Shatin with the Duquesne Contemporary Ensemble, and the world premiere of Rumi Sings of Love by David Stock, and in New York City, Betty Oliviero’s Juego de Siempre with Joel Sachs and Continuum contemporary ensemble. Katherine recently performed the premiere of David Stock’s Songs of Solomon with the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble. She has soloed with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and narrated and sung with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in “Tiny Tots” and “Schooltime” concerts. A frequent recitalist, Katherine has performed in Kresge Auditorium and Levy Hall in Pittsburgh, on The Silberman Recital Series at Allegheny College, in Lincoln Hall in Foxburg and in NYC at Cami and Merkin Concert Halls. She also performs in cabaret and musical theatre and recently appeared as the Witch in Into the Woodswith the Barrow-Civic Theatre. Katherine teaches voice privately in Pittsburgh and Foxburg, where she is on the Board of Allegheny RiverStone Center for the Arts. Free to attend. No tickets required. General seating. ---> Eden Hall Campus
Hilda M. Willis Amphitheater
Angie Jasper ajasper@chatham.edu

Music and Nature
Classical Music Under the Stars

Treat yourself to a summer evening of elegant melodies that reach across the centuries. Centered around nature themes the program includes selections by Tchaikovsky, Saint-Saëns, Debussy, Fauré, Dvorák and featuring Schubert

 

Summer Visit Day for Prospective Students

Visit Chatham University on one of our upcoming Summer Visit days where you will hear about our admission process and financial aid, learn about our top-notch academics, tour campus, and enjoy a picnic lunch. 9:30 a.m.

 

Master of Communication Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Master of Communication program, including a brief presentation and overview of the program followed by an open forum for questions and answers.

 

Master of Science in Biology Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for Chatham's graduate biology programs. The session will include a faculty presentation and overview of the program followed by an opportunity for questions and answers.

 

Staff Technology Workshop: Phishing, Spear-Phishing, Whaling – no swimsuit required

You might have heard about it in the news and perhaps seen them in the wild. In 30 minutes we’ll talk about Phishing emails and how they can compromise your computers and online security or lead to more dangerous RansomWare t

 

MyPath Information Session

Interested in applying to the MyPath program? The MyPath mentoring coordinator and CWE staff will explain the application and selection process and program design during this information session. Experts in the community will

 

Professional Doctorate of Occupational Therapy and Bridge Program Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Professional Doctorate of Occupational Therapy and Bridge Program, including an overview of the program followed by an open forum for questions and answers.

 

New Student Registration Day

Get a jump start on becoming an official Chatham student. Sit down with your academic advisor to map out and register for your fall classes, finalize your financial aid, complete your housing survey, set up your Chatham email

 

Master of Professional Writing Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Master of Professional Writing program, including a brief presentation and overview of the program followed by an open forum for questions and answers.

 

Graduate Interior Architecture Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for Chatham's graduate interior architecture programs. The session will include a faculty presentation and overview of the program followed by an opportunity for questions and answers.

 

Transfer Fridays

Transfer Fridays are designated days for transfer students to meet with their advisor and register for courses. In addition to registering, students will be able to take their ID picture and fill out any required housing form

 

Pies and Pints (of Ice Cream)

Join the Eden Hall Campus family for a refreshing afternoon of desserts, music, and more. Take a behind the scene tour of the first community in the world being built for the study of sustainable living, learn, and developmen

 

Staff Technology Workshop: Contact Manager

Please attend this 30 minute workshop to learn how to create and send Activities out of CampusVue. We will discuss creating new Activities, sending emails out in batches, and managing and tracking communications.

 

Madcap Puppets Presents: Aesop's Classic Fables

Aesop's Classic Fables In the bountiful array of children's literature, no author is better known and respected than the Greek storyteller, Aesop. Using animals as characters, he served up life lessons and morals in a tasty

 

Build Your Business Workshop

Location: Hill CDC Offices. Price: $20, Veterans are free. A limited number of Partial (50%) Need-Based Scholarships are available. SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION HERE The Women Business Center in partnership with Hill CDC and

 

Staff Technology Workshop: Staying Safe Online

Your life online happens fast. Banking, bill-paying, making friends, keeping friends, research, learning - it can all happen on the Web. In this 30 minute session learn how to keep your information and identity secure in cybe

 

MFA Creative Writing Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program, including a brief presentation and overview of the program followed by an open forum for questions and answers.

 

Master of Professional Writing Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Master of Professional Writing program, including a brief presentation and overview of the program followed by an open forum for questions and answers.

 

Virtual Information Session DNP Program

Please join us for more information about Chatham's DNP program

 

RN-BSN Virtual Information Session

Join us for a virtual information session about our RN-BSN program.

 

Master of Communication Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Master of Communication program, including a brief presentation and overview of the program followed by an open forum for questions and answers.

 

Staff Technology Workshop: Online Meetings (Skype for Business and Lifesize)

This 30 minutes workshop is designed to show you how to setup, participate, and archive online meetings.

 

MyPath Information Session

Interested in applying to the MyPath program to grow your business? The MyPath mentoring coordinator will explain the selection process and program design during this informal session. Bring your questions! Snacks and light r

 

MSN Virtual Information Session

Please join us for more information on our MSN program

 

Summer Open House

Jump start your Fall 2017 College search and plan to visit Chatham University for the Summer Open House. Learn about Chatham’s top-notch academics, honors programs, career development services, scholarships, NCAA Division III

 

Bluegrass Festival in Partnership with Calliope

Spend an idyllic day (or evening!) listening to bluegrass music drift over the beautiful countryside of Pittsburgh’s North Hills at our first annual Eden Hall Bluegrass Festival! Bands perform in three unique spaces - the Hil

 

MA/MFA Interdisciplinary Design & MFA Film and Digital Technology Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Master of Arts/Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Design & Master of Fine Arts in Film and Digital Technology program, including a brief presentation and overview of the program fol

 

Master of Science in Biology Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for Chatham's graduate biology programs. The session will include a faculty presentation and overview of the program followed by an opportunity for questions and answers.

 

Sat

Aug 20

+ Add to Calendar 08/20/2016 7:30PM 08/20/2016 10:00PM 15 Jesse Daniel Edwards featuring Nina Sainato Jesse Daniel Edwards is an award-winning independent songwriter currently residing in the small beachside town of Carlsbad, CA. He spent seven years on the road with The Smart Brothers, releasing 5 recordings and performing with the likes of First Aid Kit, Matt Costa, American Aquarium, and John Prine. Known for his passionate vocals and smart lyrics, JDE’s sound is infused with Americana, rock, pop, and a touch of soul. A recent review described him as, “evoking the best of World Party and Tears for Fears” (SD Reader 2014). His music has been featured in radio, TV, and independent films and is available on iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify. Growing up in a multi-faceted musical family left Pittsburgh native Nina Sainato with a divided love for both classical music and rock n’ roll. Sainato has been performing in the tri-state area since the age of 6. Soon after beginning classical piano lessons, she found her ability to both perform and compose were at the prodigious level. Her resume displays a mass of recitals and summits, claiming several state and regional titles of NFMC composition competitions, as well as acceptance into Governor’s School of Excellence for the Performing Arts. After spending two years at NYU as a piano performance major, she transferred to the Sound Recording program at Duquesne University to pursue her longtime love of rock n’ roll and the recording arts. Free to attend. No tickets required. General seating. Eden Hall Campus
Hilda M. Willis Amphitheater
Angie Jasper ajasper@chatham.edu

Jesse Daniel Edwards featuring Nina Sainato

Jesse Daniel Edwards is an award-winning independent songwriter currently residing in the small beachside town of Carlsbad, CA. He spent seven years on the road with The Smart Brothers, releasing 5 recordings and performing w

 

Staff Technology Workshop: Moodle

Learn the basics of running a committee Moodle site. Enroll and unenroll participants, send emails, add and remove documents, monitor forums. Please feel free to bring all your questions and concerns!

 

Graduate Interior Architecture Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for Chatham's graduate interior architecture programs. The session will include a faculty presentation and overview of the program followed by an opportunity for questions and answers.

 

Master of Professional Writing Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Master of Professional Writing program, including a brief presentation and overview of the program followed by an open forum for questions and answers.

 

Women's Equality Day

Celebrate the anniversary of women winning the right to vote! Join the PCWP in Anderson Dining Hall for our Women's Equality Day Celebration.

 

Voter Registration in Anderson

Join us in Anderson Dining Hall to register to vote before the upcoming Presidential Election! On the following dates from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm 9/6 9/8 9/12 9/14 9/20 9/22 9/26 9/28 10/4 10/6 10/11

 

Small Business Basics

The Center for Women's Entrepreneurship at Chatham University (CWE) and SCORE® Pittsburgh partner to present a "Small Business Basics" workshop to women interested in starting their own business or expanding their current bus

 

Sat

Aug 27

+ Add to Calendar 08/27/2016 7:30PM 08/27/2016 15 Donora Jake Hanner met the future lead singer of his band a few hours after she was born. He was disappointed she was a girl and cried. Eighteen years later, Jake got over it, and he and sister Casey decided to start a band. “We didn’t grow up listening to a lot of the same music,” explains Casey, “but when we started writing together, we realized that we approached creating music in the same way.” The brother-sister duo also quickly realized that their shared upbringing could translate to solid pop tunes. Casey sings and plays an old black and white Silvertone guitar while Jake H plays drums, triggers samples from his octapad, and sings backup. Bassist Jake Churton, the studied musician of the group, entered the picture when brother and sister decided to complete their live band. “One day the guy we hired to play keyboard couldn’t make it to practice,” remembers Jake H, “So Jake C started playing the lead keyboard lick with his bass. Casey and I just looked at each other and both knew we had found our third member.” After shooting down Casey’s idea to name the band “Casey and the Jakes,” they became Donora. Donora’s third full-length release on Rostrum Records is titled Ha Ha Heart. As the band puts it, this album is about letting go of everything that is holding you back; it’s about celebrating who you are. Casey explains, “We wanted to be as honest as we could be with this album. From the creative process to the music itself, to the artwork… This is us.” www.donoramusic.com Free to attend. No tickets required. General seating. Eden Hall Campus
6035 Ridge Road
Gibsonia, PA 15044
Angie Jasper ajasper@chatham.edu

Donora

Jake Hanner met the future lead singer of his band a few hours after she was born. He was disappointed she was a girl and cried. Eighteen years later, Jake got over it, and he and sister Casey decided to start a band. “We d

 

Student Technology Workshop: MacBook Monday: Basics of using the MacBook Air

Attend this workshop to learn useful tips on using the MacBook, including various ways to access email across your devices. ** Please bring your laptop to the workshop **

 

Student Technology Workshop: Technology Tuesday - Moodle

Attend this workshop to learn about the basics of using Moodle. **Please be sure to bring your MacBook to the workshop**

 

Eden Hall Mug Club

Eden Hall students, faculty, staff and residents are all welcome to come for our regularly held Mug Club. Grab a slice of pizza, some of Chef Chris' awesome sweet potato chips and a beer! Must be 21+ to attend.

 

Chronicles of a Chatham Art Major: Fran Gialamas

This exhibition features the work of Pittsburgh artist and Chatham alumna Fran Gialamas, class of 1959. It includes paintings from her one-person exhibition at Chatham in 1958 and drawings, photo collages, and paintings from

 

Opening Reception -- Chronicles of a Chatham Art Major: Fran Gialamas

This exhibition features the work of Pittsburgh artist and Chatham alumna Fran Gialamas, class of 1959. It includes paintings from her one-person exhibition at Chatham in 1958 and drawings, photo collages, and paintings from

 

Women's Volleyball vs Marietta College

Come Out & Support Chatham's Women's Volleyball Team in Their First Home Match of the Season!

 
 
 
 

Opening Reception -- Chronicles of a Chatham Art Major: Fran Gialamas

This exhibition features the work of Pittsburgh artist and Chatham alumna Fran Gialamas, class of 1959. It includes paintings from her one-person exhibition at Chatham in 1958 and drawings, photo collages, and paintings from

 
 
 

Student Technology Workshop: Technology Tuesday - Moodle

Attend this workshop to learn about the basics of using Moodle. **Please be sure to bring your MacBook to the workshop**

 

Info Session Absentee Ballots Info Session

Planning to vote out of state? Find out what you need to know to cast your ballot

 

Yoga

Relax, get fit, and find you zen. For beginners and experienced yogis alike!

 

Women's Volleyball @ Home Vs La Roche

Come Out and Support Chatham's Women's Volleyball!

 

Women's Volleyball @ Home vs Westminster

Come out and Support Chatham's Women's Volleyball!

 

Therapy Dogs

Missing your friends, family, hometown, your own room and food? Come and let's talk about it as homesickness is part of life. This session will help you to cope with these feelings of being away from the people and things tha

 

PLEN Info Session

Find out about public policy seminars in Washington D.C. and how you can apply for a scholarship!

 
 

Sat

Sep 10

+ Add to Calendar 09/10/2016 7:30PM 09/10/2016 9:00PM 15 The Improvised Shakespeare Company Based on one audience suggestion (a title for a play that has yet to be written) The Improvised Shakespeare Co. creates a fully improvised Shakespearean masterpiece right before your very eyes! Each of the players has brushed up on his “thee’s” and “thou’s” to bring you an evening of off-the-cuff comedy using the language and themes of William Shakespeare. Nothing has been planned out, rehearsed, or written. All of the dialogue is said for the first time, the characters are created as you watch, and if every you're wondering where the story is going...so are they! The night could reveal a tragedy, comedy, or history. Each play is completely improvised, so each play is entirely new! The Improvised Shakespeare Company, founded in 2005, has been performing its critically-acclaimed show to sold out audiences at the world famous iO Theater in Chicago for over seven years. The ISC also continues to entertain audiences across the US with its national touring company. The ISC has been featured at the Piccolo Spoleto Fringe Festival, Off Broadway in New York City, Bonnaroo, the Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, UCB’s Del Close Marathon, and the prestigious Just For Laughs festival in Montreal and Chicago. It has been named Chicago's best improv group by both the Chicago Reader and the Chicago Examiner, has been honored by the Chicago Improv Foundation, and has received a New York Nightlife Award for "Best Comedic Performance by a Group". www.improvisedshakespeare.com Eden Hall is a smoke free campus. Glass bottles prohibited. All events are general admission seating. ALL SALES ARE FINAL ---> Eden Hall Campus
Hilda M. Willis Amphitheater
Angie Jasper ajasper@chatham.edu

The Improvised Shakespeare Company

Based on one audience suggestion (a title for a play that has yet to be written) The Improvised Shakespeare Co. creates a fully improvised Shakespearean masterpiece right before your very eyes! Each of the players has brushed

 

Student Technology Workshop: MacBook Monday - Apps for the MacBook

Apps for the Mac - What to download! Come and learn about useful programs for studying and collaboration. Also, learn how to make all your Apple products work together.** Please bring your laptop to the workshop **

 

Student Technology Workshop: Technology Tuesday - My.Chatham/Portal

Attend this workshop to learn about how to access important information on my.Chatham and the Portal including, monitoring your papercount, grades, registration and more. **Please be sure to bring your MacBook to the wor

 
 

Time Management

Help better utilize your time during this semester.

 

Sep 13
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Oct 04

+ Add to Calendar 09/13/2016 5:30PM 10/04/2016 8:00PM 15 MyBusiness Startup to Service: Fall 2016 MyBusiness Startup to Service is being held on Tuesday evenings from 5:30-8pm on the 13th, 20th, and 27th of September and the 4th of October at C-Leveled offices (4117 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15224). Cost: $300, $250 for Members APPLY HERE TODAY This program includes intensive entrepreneurial training and is designed for women in the early stages of starting a service-based business. The sessions are designed to hone one's business concept, understand and prepare financials, register your business, and learn to effectively pitch your business. The program will be facilitated by successful entrepreneur and local businesswoman Denise DeSimone, chairman of C-Leveled. At the end of this program, participants will have a pitch deck, a registered business, a vision for their business moving forward, and a working business plan. Participants will also have access to networking opportunities and educational resources through the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship. This program will cover: - Concept and customer identification - Understanding startup financials - Registering your business - Marketing your business - Pitching your business The deadline to apply is August 31st, 2016 and the class will be limited to ten participants, which will be selected based on their progress in their concept and business development cycle to ensure the program effectively supports their efforts. 4117 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224 Patricia Decker pdecker@chatham.edu

MyBusiness Startup to Service: Fall 2016

MyBusiness Startup to Service is being held on Tuesday evenings from 5:30-8pm on the 13th, 20th, and 27th of September and the 4th of October at C-Leveled offices (4117 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15224). Cost: $300, $250 for

 

Tue

Sep 13

+ Add to Calendar 09/13/2016 11:00AM 09/13/2016 2:00PM 15 Fall 2016 Study Abroad Fair Exhibitor Registration Chatham University welcomes education abroad providers at our Tuesday, September 13, 2016 Study Abroad Fair!We appreciate early registration. The deadline to register is September 1st, 2016.The fee for each organization attending is $75. Each organization will have an 8 foot table and two chairs.LogisticsThe Study Abroad Fair will be held in Mellon Board Room of Mellon Center on Chatham's Shadyside campus.Tentative Study Abroad Fair exhibitor schedule:Set-up: 9:30am to 10:30amCoffee, Tea available 9:00 am-11:00 amFair Hours: 11:00 am to 2:00 pmExhibitor Boxed Lunch: Boxed lunches will be provided for exhibitors around 12:00 pmAdvance Shipment of MaterialsFor your convenience, you may mail materials for the Study Abroad Fair in advance. Materials may be shipped at any time but should be sent to arrive at Chatham by Friday, September 9. We will deliver the materials to your table the morning of the Fair. Address materials to:"Name of your organization"c/o Study Abroad Fair/ OIAChatham University, Falk 003, Woodland Road, Pittsburgh PA 15232If you have any questions please contact internationalaffairs@chatham.edu, 412-365-1388.To help us determine an accurate account of exhibitors, please register each representative who will attend the Study Abroad Fair including both first (given) and last (family) name. Mellon Board Room, Mellon Center Karin Chipman kchipman@chatham.edu

Fall 2016 Study Abroad Fair Exhibitor Registration

Chatham University welcomes education abroad providers at our Tuesday, September 13, 2016 Study Abroad Fair!We appreciate early registration. The deadline to register is September 1st, 2016.The fee for each organization atte

 

Eden Hall Mug Club

Eden Hall students, faculty, staff and residents are all welcome to come for our regularly held Mug Club. Grab a slice of pizza, some of Chef Chris' awesome sweet potato chips and a beer! Must be 21+ to attend.

 

Yoga

Relax, get fit, and find you zen. For beginners and experienced yogis alike!

 
 

Constitution Day

Celebrate Constitution Day with the Pennsylvania Center for Women and Politics!

 
 
 
 
 

Harvest Tasting Dinner

Enjoy an evening of good eating from the bountiful harvest of the Eden Hall Campus farm, and take a twilight tour of the agricultural techniques that make this site unique. Sit down to a plated, five-course meal that featu

 

Student Technology Workshop: MacBook Monday - Using the Cloud to Prevent Stormy Days

Attend this workshop to learn about data sharing including, OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Docs and more. In addition, we will discuss ways to protect yourself online. **Please be sure to bring your MacBook for the workshop**

 

Student Technology Workshop: Technology Tuesday - Microsoft Word

Attend this workshop to learn more on the basics of Microsoft Word, such as line spacing, page numbers, hanging indents, track changes, and more. **Please be sure to bring your MacBook to the workshop**

 
 
 

Yoga

Relax, get fit, and find you zen. For beginners and experienced yogis alike!

 

Women's Volleyball @ Home Vs Franciscan

Come Out and Support Chatham's Women's Volleyball!

 

Women's Volleyball @ Home vs Pitt Greensburg

Come Out and Support Chatham's Women's Volleyball!

 

Student Technology Workshop: MacBook Monday - Creating dynamic presentations with PowerPoint, Prezi and VoiceThread

Attend this workshop to learn about how to utilize PowerPoint, Prezi and VoiceThread to create dynamic and engaging presentations. **Please be sure to bring your MacBook for the workshop**

 

1st Presidential Debate Watch Party

Watch the debate with the PCWP and Student Affairs! Eat pizza, play games and win prizes!

 

The Business & Entrepreneurship Department "Supply Chain Management" Networking Mixer!

Meet business faculty, students, alumni, and friends and network with supply chain management industry professionals. Can't stay for the whole time? No problem! Swing by for a snack and to say "hello" on your way to cla

 

Student Technology Workshop: Technology Tuesday - Microsoft Excel

Attend this workshop to learn more on the basics of Microsoft Excel, such as formatting, program features, data entry and more. **Please be sure to bring your MacBook to the workshop**

 

PINK OUT!!! Women's Volleyball @ Home Vs Waynesburg

Come Out and Support Breast Cancer Awareness and Your Chatham's Women's Volleyball Team Tonight! Don't Forget to wear your Pink!

 

Yoga

Relax, get fit, and find you zen. For beginners and experienced yogis alike!

 

Eden Hall Mug Club

Eden Hall students, faculty, staff and residents are all welcome to come for our regularly held Mug Club. Grab a slice of pizza, some of Chef Chris' awesome sweet potato chips and a beer! Must be 21+ to attend.

 
 
 
 
 

Vice Presidential Debate

Watch the VP debate with the PCWP and student affairs. Watch the debate, eat pizza, play games, and win prizes!

 

Test Taking Strategies and Test Anxiety

Test taking can be stressful, come learn a few strategies to help with the anxiety.

 

Student Technology Workshop: Technology Tuesday - How to quickly and easily make your own website!

Attend this workshop to learn how to use various tools to quickly and easily create your own website. We will explore programs like Wix, Weebly, and WordPress. **Please be sure to bring your MacBook to the workshop**

 

Yoga

Relax, get fit, and find you zen. For beginners and experienced yogis alike!

 

Stress Management

Come learn how to deal with stress, with Therapy Dogs

 

Women's Volleyball @ Home Vs Thiel

Come Out and Support Your Women's Volleyball Team!

 
 

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+ Add to Calendar 10/08/2016 9:00AM 10/29/2016 12:00PM 15 MyBusiness Startup to Product: Fall 2016 MyBusiness Startup to Product is being held on Saturday mornings on the 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th of October at Chatham University's Shadyside Campus. Cost: $300, $250 for Members APPLY HERE TODAY This program includes intensive entrepreneurial training and is designed for women in the early stages of starting a product-based business, with sessions designed to hone your concept, gain consumer feedback and insight into marketing and distribution, and learn to effectively pitch your business. The program will be facilitated by Co-Owner and Founder Meredith Meyer Grelli, MBA, of the award-winning Pittsburgh startup Wigle Whiskey. At the end of this program, participants will have a concise business plan, a vision for their business moving forward, and will be given an opportunity to pitch for funding, partnership, or other opportunities identified during the final session in front of a panel of regional stakeholders. Participants will also have access to networking opportunities and educational resources through the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship. This program will cover: - Concept and product development - Marketing, sales, and distribution - Direct consumer feedback and focus groups - Financing your business - Pitching your business The deadline to apply is September 15th, 2016 and the class will be limited to ten participants, which will be selected based on their progress in their product and business development cycle to ensure the program effectively supports their efforts. Chatham University Shadyside Campus Patricia Decker pdecker@chatham.edu

MyBusiness Startup to Product: Fall 2016

MyBusiness Startup to Product is being held on Saturday mornings on the 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th of October at Chatham University's Shadyside Campus. Cost: $300, $250 for Members APPLY HERE TODAY This program includes i

 

Women's and Men's Cross Country@ Carnegie Mellon Invitational

Come out and support the Women's and Men's Cross Country teams!

 

2nd Presidential Debate

Watch the Presidential Debate! Eat pizza and win prizes!

 
 
 

Yoga

Relax, get fit, and find you zen. For beginners and experienced yogis alike!

 
 

Reunion Reception -- Chronicles of a Chatham Art Major: Fran Gialamas

This exhibition features the work of Pittsburgh artist and Chatham alumna Fran Gialamas, class of 1959. It includes paintings from her one-person exhibition at Chatham in 1958 and drawings, photo collages, and paintings from

 
 

Eden Hall Mug Club

Eden Hall students, faculty, staff and residents are all welcome to come for our regularly held Mug Club. Grab a slice of pizza, some of Chef Chris' awesome sweet potato chips and a beer! Must be 21+ to attend.

 

B&E Department and Chatham Marketing Association "Marketing" Reception

Meet business faculty, students, alumni, and friends and network with marketing industry professionals. Separate Registration on Chatham Happenings for the Career Development "Etiquette in a Business Setting" Dinner.

 

Amy Bloom Reading

Amy Bloom (born 1953) is an American writer and psychotherapist. She has been nominated for the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Ms. Bloom's reading is set for 8:30pm, Tuesday 18 October in t

 

Yoga

Relax, get fit, and find you zen. For beginners and experienced yogis alike!

 

3rd Presidential Debate Watch Party

Watch the third presidential debate with the PCWP and student affairs. Watch the debate, eat pizza, play games, and win prizes!

 
 

Domestic Violence Info Table

An opportunity for you to get accurate information for helping friends, family or yourself in acquiring help needed immediately.

 

Homesickness and Culture Shock

Learn skills to cope with adjusting to campus life and discuss the challenge of adjusting to a new culture while embracing your own.

 

Therapy Dogs

Feeling stress out and need some relaxation? Therapy dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve stress resulting in and improved mood and relaxation.

 
 
 

Women's Volleyball @ Home vs Thomas More

Come Out and Support Chatham's Women's Volleyball!

 

Silent Witness Program

Life-size wooden silhouettes representing women who have died as a result of domestic violence.

 
 

PAAR Info Table

An informational table from Pittsburgh Action Against rape that will provide for you facts to help recognize and prevent sexual violence towards others.

 

Depression Info Table

Come and receive info regarding depression, and there causes.

 
 

Friends & Family Weekend

Chatham is excited to welcome student family & friends for a chance to visit with their students and enjoy activities at Chatham and the Pittsburgh community.

 
 

PINK OUT!: Women's Volleyball @ Home Vs Grove City

Come out and Support Your Chatham Women's Volleyball Team in their Last Traditional Match of the Season!

 

Graduate Open House

Join Chatham for Graduate Open House events at our Shadyside, Eastside, and Eden Hall Campus locations on October 29. Learn more about our graduate programs in the areas of health & lab sciences, nursing, business, accoun

 

ELECTION DAY

REMEMBER TO GO VOTE! Polls open 7am -8:00 pm

 

Eden Hall Mug Club

Eden Hall students, faculty, staff and residents are all welcome to come for our regularly held Mug Club. Grab a slice of pizza, some of Chef Chris' awesome sweet potato chips and a beer! Must be 21+ to attend.

 

Mindfulness, Meditation, and Yoga

Come and enjoy the benefits of Yoga, while relieving stress

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Eden Hall Mug Club

Eden Hall students, faculty, staff and residents are all welcome to come for our regularly held Mug Club. Grab a slice of pizza, some of Chef Chris' awesome sweet potato chips and a beer! Must be 21+ to attend.

 

Therapy Dogs

Come and interact with man's and women's best friend.

 
 

Therapy Dogs

Feeling stressed out and need some relaxation? Therapy dogs are trained to help us learn to connect and relieve stress resulting in an improved mood and relaxation.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

International Edible Book Festival

Come partake in Chatham's 6th celebration of this delicious international event sponsored by the JKM Library and Chatham's Food Studies program!