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P&D Lab Hours

Contact our office at womens-entrepreneurship@chatham.edu to make an appointment or for more information. Members of the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship and Chatham Students, Faculty, and Staff can make a free appointme

 

Summer Reading

Stop by the first floor of the JKM Library to pick up a recommended read for your summer vacation! All books have been included on the JKM Library's official Summer Reading list in 2018 or earlier years. Don't leave without a

 

Pride!

Visit our Pride Month book display on the first floor of the JKM Library and check out a great book today!

 

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+ Add to Calendar 06/01/2018 12:30PM 06/30/2018 12:00AM 15 Application Deadline June 30 CWBC Building Websites: Connecting Entrepreneurs This 6-week evening program is open to 15 participants and will start August 15th (6:00-8:00pm) and conclude September 19th (including the optional 2-week e-commerce training) and is designed for business owners without a website and little to no website experience. The program will take participants from constructing to launching a simple 5-page information website using Wordpress by the end of the course (an additional e-commerce option is available). This program has been supported by Google.org and will utilize Google tools. Applications for the program will close at midnight on June 30, 2018. Accepted applicants will be notified by Friday, July 13, 2018 and will be required to pay by 5pm on Friday, July 20, 2018 to secure their spot. The program begins August 15, 2018 and runs through September 5, 2018 (four Wednesday nights from 6-8pm) and the additional e-Commerce portion runs from September 12, 2018 through September 19, 2018 (two Wednesday nights from 6-8pm). For more information about the program, view the recorded information webinar here. Please note: you must have a registered domain name to apply for this program. If you do not have one, please see more information on what domain names are and how to purchase one here. The cost of this program includes 6 months of free website hosting (a $60 value) APPLY HERE (applications must be completed in one sitting and cannot be saved). View the Program Syllabus Here Applications are available online: program will be held at Chatham University Eastside, 6585 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Anne Flynn Schlicht womenbusinesscenter@chatham.edu

Application Deadline June 30 CWBC Building Websites: Connecting Entrepreneurs

This 6-week evening program is open to 15 participants and will start August 15th (6:00-8:00pm) and conclude September 19th (including the optional 2-week e-commerce training) and is designed for business owners without a web

 

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+ Add to Calendar 06/05/2018 08/31/2018 15 Fall 2018 Study Abroad Fair - September 13, 2018 - Exhibitor Registration Chatham University welcomes education abroad providers at our Thursday, September 13, 2018 Study Abroad Fair!We appreciate early registration. The deadline to register is August 31st, 2018.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,light breakfast 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 7. 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 2018 Study Abroad Fair - September 13, 2018 - Exhibitor Registration

Chatham University welcomes education abroad providers at our Thursday, September 13, 2018 Study Abroad Fair!We appreciate early registration. The deadline to register is August 31st, 2018.The fee for each organization atten

 

MFA Creative Writing Prospective Student Webinar

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.

 

Intellectual Property: What You Need to Know

Your business is off to a fast start and you’ve landed a number of new clients. But have you adequately protected the very foundation of your business — the creative ideas and/or unique designs that set you apart from your co

 

Summer 2018 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.

 

Staff Workshop - Zoom

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

 

Information Session for Empowering Women in Communities Program

Come learn about our “Empowering Women in Communities” program being offered this summer by Chatham's Women's Business Center in partnership with the Diversity Business Resource Center, Urban Innovation21, Riverside Center fo

 

Application Period: Empowering Women in Communities

This fall Chatham's Women's Business Center (CWBC) in partnership with ... is offering a NEW training program called “Empowering Women in Communities Program” at Colab18 in the Northside. This program is funded by PNC Foundat

 

New Student Registration Day

Today is the day to make it real! Sit down with your academic advisor to map out and register for your classes, finalize your financial aid, complete your housing survey, set up your Chatham e-mail account, and take your offi

 

Chatham University Admitted Graduate 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?

 

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Jun 23

+ Add to Calendar 06/23/2018 7:00PM 06/23/2018 9:00PM 15 Eden Hall Summer Series: Classical Music Night Opera in Bloom Enjoy a preview of Pittsburgh Festival Opera's Summer Season with an evening of excerpts from Puccini's La Bohème Warhola, Wagner's Rhinegold, Richard Strauss' Arabella, Bernstein on Broadway and more! Featuring: Jessica Sandidge, soprano Nicolette Mavroleon, soprano Melinda Whittington, soprano Katie Manukyan, soprano Gyu Yeon Shim, soprano Demareus Cooper, mezzo-soprano Jonathan Tetelman, tenor Andrew Cummings, baritone Alexander Boyd, bass baritone and members of the Young Professional Artist Program Pittsburgh Festival Opera presents innovative opera, producing American works, reinterpretations of older works, and new works, for the widest possible audience. The company focuses on diversity in programming and casting, on crossing boundaries and bringing together talents from all the arts, on encouraging new talent, and on broadening audiences through outreach and education, to create a body of work that is original, entertaining, contemporary, and relevant. Pittsburgh Festival Opera brings the power of world-class performances to humanize, energize and re-define opera as an experience that is up-close and personal, approachable, and relevant to today’s audiences. We break boundaries in the arts, bringing together audiences and artists of all backgrounds to engage in experiences that inspire and enthrall. Eden Hall Campus: Hilda M. Willis Amphitheater Jessica Bartko j.bartko@chatham.edu

Eden Hall Summer Series: Classical Music Night

Opera in Bloom Enjoy a preview of Pittsburgh Festival Opera's Summer Season with an evening of excerpts from Puccini's La Bohème Warhola, Wagner's Rhinegold, Richard Strauss' Arabella, Bernstein on Broadway and more! Feat

 

Intro to Brazilian Cuisine: A Focus on Some Key Ingredients

What is Brazilian food? What elements and ingredients are common when cooking a meal? In this introductory class to Brazilian cuisine Keyla Cook will discuss the use of some key ingredients such as beans, rice, yuca, herbs

 

Pathways to Nursing Tour

Pathways to Nursing is a collaboration between Chatham University and UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing. Interested nursing students can come and tour both Chatham University and Shadyside School of nursing and meet with staf

 

Pathways to Nursing Tour

Pathways to Nursing is a collaboration between Chatham University and UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing. Interested nursing students can come and tour both Chatham University and Shadyside School of nursing and meet with staf

 

Establishing Your Web Presence as a Writer - WEBINAR

Do you really need a website? How about social media accounts when you are a professional writer? Profesor Lauren Panton will answer these questions and offer some best practices based on trends in the field and what employer

 

Physical Therapy Grand Rounds

"Cardiac Therapy in an Outpatient Setting: Identifying Red Flags" CEU CERTIFICATE for ONE (1) CONTACT HOUR of Direct Access Continuing Education

 

Introduction to Sourdough

Have you ever wanted to take a crash course in sourdough bread baking? This workshop will cover the fundamentals of sourdough baking in two hours. We will cover basic mixing, shaping, and scoring techniques. Each participant

 

Pathways to Nursing Tour

Pathways to Nursing is a collaboration between Chatham University and UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing. Interested nursing students can come and tour both Chatham University and Shadyside School of nursing and meet with staf

 

Staff Workshop - Phones

Your office phone can do more than you think! Please join us for a 30 minute workshop to learn some tricks and tips about your office phone.

 

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.

 

DNP Virtual Information Session

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

 

Online Nursing Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's RN-BSN, RN-MSN and MSN programs

 

Master of Science in Healthcare Informatics Virtual Session

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

 

Is My Business Certifiable: Workshop

This is an interactive session to learn about the different types of diversity certification programs for Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE, WOSB, EDWOSB, VOSB, MBE, WBE, MWBE, SBA 8(a) or SBA HUBZon

 

Ornate Spoon Carving Class

A choice of three cut out blanks will be provided; one will be selected for carving. Several tools will be introduced as new techniques will be taught. In addition to the instructional fee of $47 due at registration, a

 

Eden Hall Summer Series: Jazz Night

The Funky Fly Project – Opening Act. The Funky Fly Project is a funk and jazz group operating out of Pittsburgh, PA consisting of Winston Bell, Henry Schultz, Brandon Terry, and Eric Dowdell Jr. A powerful combination of

 

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

Meet Supply Chain Management (SCM) professionals and attend a presentation by a leader in the industry.

 

Chatham University Admitted Graduate 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?

 

Digital Storytelling Part 1: Finding Your Story - WEBINAR

In this online session with Dr. Rachel Furman, you'll gain an overview of digital stories, the key elements of the genre, and explore successful examples together. You'll learn pointers for brainstorming, drafting, and storyb

 

Summer 2018 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.

 

Summer Community of Writers

The Summer Community of Writers (SCW) serves as a resource to Pittsburgh writers and MFA alumni seeking an affordable, engaging writer’s retreat in a unique setting. The Summer Community of Writers also brings together an ecl

 

SCW Keynote Speech: Katie Fallon

"Finding Joy: Writing and Laughing in the Face of Ecological Ruin." The news about our environment is bad and keeps getting worse. Politicians deny the science supporting global climate change, protections for our air and

 

SCW Reading: Philip Metres and Paul Hertneky

Phillip Metres is the author of Pictures at an Exhibition (2016), Sand Opera (2015), I Burned at the Feast: Selected Poems of Arseny Tarkovsky (2015), To See the Earth (2008), and others. His work has garnered a Lannan fellow

 

New Student Registration Day

Today is the day to make it real! Sit down with your academic advisor to map out and register for your classes, finalize your financial aid, complete your housing survey, set up your Chatham e-mail account, and take your offi

 

Yeast Bread Making Basics

Have you ever wanted to take a crash course in bread baking? This workshop will cover the fundamentals of baking in two hours. We will cover basic mixing, shaping, and scoring techniques, all with yeast doughs. Each participa

 

MFA Alumni Reception @ Eden Hall's Pool

Celebrate with Chatham University's Alumni, Students, Faculty and Staff for the MFA Program's Summer Community of Writers Retreat. Enjoy dessert and wine around the Eden Hall Lodge Pool with a reading by 2012 MFA Alumna, Ma

 

SCW Reading: Sheryl St. Germain and Ben Gwin

Ben Gwin is the author of the novel, Clean Time: The True Story of Ronald Reagan Middleton (Burrow Press). Ben’s fiction has appeared in Gulf Stream, 45th Parallel, The Normal School, and others. His work has been anthologize

 

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

Join Dr. Peter Walker, dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, to learn more about our graduate programs and Eden Hall Campus. Session will also include information on the admission process, and time for Q&A.

 

Pathways to Nursing Tour

Pathways to Nursing is a collaboration between Chatham University and UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing. Interested nursing students can come and tour both Chatham University and Shadyside School of nursing and meet with staf

 

Staff Workshop - Qualtrics

Do you have to create Qualtrics Surveys? Do you have to collect data? Join this 30 minute session for a quick overview of this powerful survey tool.

 

Digital Storytelling Part 2: Putting it All Together - WEBINAR

In this online session with Dr. Rachel Furman, you'll gain an overview of digital stories, the key elements of the genre, and explore successful examples together. You'll learn pointers for brainstorming, drafting, and story

 

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Jul 25

+ Add to Calendar 07/25/2018 7:00PM 07/25/2018 15 SCW Reading: Sherrie Flick and Sheila Squillante Sherrie Flick is a fiction writer, food writer, and freelance writer and copy editor living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her book publications include the flash fiction chapbook I Call This Flirting, Reconsidering Happiness: A Novel, and the short story collection Whiskey, Etc. (Queen’s Ferry Press, 2016.) Her food writing appears in The Wall Street Journal, Ploughshares, Pittsburgh Quarterly and The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, as well as the anthology Fried Walleye and Cherry Pie: Midwestern Writers on Food.********************************************************************************Sheila Squillante is the author of the poetry collection, Beautiful Nerve (Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2016), and three chapbooks of poetry: In This Dream of My Father (Seven Kitchens, 2014), Women Who Pawn Their Jewelry (Finishing Line, 2012) and A Woman Traces the Shoreline (Dancing Girl, 2011). She is also co-author, along with Sandra L. Faulkner, of the writing craft book, Writing the Personal: Getting Your Stories Onto the Page (Sense Publishers, 2015). Recent work has appeared or will appear in places like North Dakota Quarterly, Indiana Review, Waxwing, Menacing Hedge and River Teeth. She teaches in the MFA program in creative writing at Chatham University, where she edits The Fourth River, a journal of nature and place-based writing. From her dining room table, she edits the blog at Barrelhouse. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA, with her husband, Paul Bilger, a philosopher and experimental photographer, and their children. Eden Hall Barn Kelly Kepner k.kepner@chatham.edu

SCW Reading: Sherrie Flick and Sheila Squillante

Sherrie Flick is a fiction writer, food writer, and freelance writer and copy editor living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her book publications include the flash fiction chapbook I Call This Flirting, Reconsidering Happiness:

 

Summer Community of Writers Prospective MFA Creative Writing Student Visit Day

Put yourself in the shoes of a Chatham University MFA student when you attend our Summer Community of Writers Visit Day on July 25, 2018. During the event, you will learn more about the rich history and culture of creative wr

 

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Jul 26

+ Add to Calendar 07/26/2018 7:00PM 07/26/2018 15 SCW Reading: Katie Fallon and Derek Green Katie Fallon is the author of the nonfiction books Vulture: The Private Life of an Unloved Bird (UPNE, 2017) and Cerulean Blues: A Personal Search for a Vanishing Songbird (Ruka Press, 2011), which was a Finalist for the Reed Award for Outstanding Writing on the Southern Environment. Katie is also the co-author of two books for children, Look, See the Bird! (2017) and Look, See the Farm! (forthcoming 2018), both from Hatherleigh Press. She is currently Guest Faculty at West Virginia Wesleyan College, where she teaches Nonfiction in the Low-Residency MFA Program.***********************************************************************************Derek Green is the author of New World Order, a collection of linked stories set in various locations around the globe. He has also published nonfiction on subjects ranging from industrial farming and trauma surgery to national politics and the international war on terror. As a screenwriter, he has written for Warner Bros. and Carousel Productions, and has co-created, written, and presented television projects at many major studios. Derek travels widely as a speaker and has delivered seminars, workshops, and presentations in twenty-two countries on six continents. A member of the Writers Guild of America East and The PEN American Center, he recently completed a novel about the rise of an armed Midwestern militia and a second collection of stories. He lives in Connecticut and teaches at Yale. Eden Hall Barn Kelly Kepner k.kepner@chatham.edu

SCW Reading: Katie Fallon and Derek Green

Katie Fallon is the author of the nonfiction books Vulture: The Private Life of an Unloved Bird (UPNE, 2017) and Cerulean Blues: A Personal Search for a Vanishing Songbird (Ruka Press, 2011), which was a Finalist for the Reed

 

Sat

Jul 28

+ Add to Calendar 07/28/2018 12:00PM 07/28/2018 3:00PM 15 Summer Shrubs In case you're new to shrubs, they are explained by the Slow Food Foundation's Ark of Taste in this way: Shrub is a colonial-day drink whose name is derived from the Arabic word sharab, to drink. It is a concentrated syrup made from fruit, vinegar, and sugar that is traditionally mixed with water to create a refreshing drink that is simultaneously tart and sweet." Shrubs range from the sweet to the savory and sour. Enjoying them can be as simple as adding a splash to still or sparkling water, or as complex as including them in a multi-ingredient cocktail, mocktail, or even salad dressing. They can adapt to seasonal ingredients and flavors available year round. Flavors can range from strawberry to watermelon lime to tomato basil, to red beet and peppercorn, but your imagination is really the only limit. Your instructor once enjoyed serving a cranberry sauce shrub with Thanksgiving dinner! In this workshop, we'll sample a variety of shrubs, experiment with making our own, share tips on how to use them, and share some historical shrub recipes. You'll leave the workshop with some finished shrubs as well as some shrubs you will start in class and finish at home. You'll also leave with a thorough understanding of what a shrub is and the confidence to make, enjoy, and share them at home. Instructor: Katie Walker Katie is a California native transplanted in Pittsburgh. Passionate about supporting strong regional food systems for the betterment of producers, processors, eaters, and everyone in between. Her interest in fermentation was sparked while living in Japan 09-11, and has been bubbling ever since, cultivated through workshops with Happy Girl Pickle Co. in San Francisco, CA, studying fermentation while at Chatham University, and years of home fermenting. Currently, Katie's day job is procuring food for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. She spends her free time playing in her kitchen, gardening, climbing, and hiking. She holds bachelors degrees in Anthropology and American Studies from California State University, Chico and a Masters of Arts degree in Food Studies from Chatham University. NOTE: If you'd like to pay for this event with cash or check, please e-mail craft@chatham.edu or call 412-365-1118 Eden Hall Campus, Lodge Kitchen Cassandra Malis craft@chatham.edu

Summer Shrubs

In case you're new to shrubs, they are explained by the Slow Food Foundation's Ark of Taste in this way: Shrub is a colonial-day drink whose name is derived from the Arabic word sharab, to drink. It is a concentrated syrup ma

 

Chatham Alumni & Family @ Pittsburgh's National Aviary

Join Chatham University Alumni for a family fun-filled day at Pittsburgh's National Aviary. Enjoy all-day Aviary access, an exclusive docent-led tour, an upclose encounter with three bird species, and a private lunch featuri

 

Chatham University Admitted Graduate 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?

 

Financing Your Business Workshop

As a part of the Empowering Women in Communities Program supported by the PNC Foundation, CWBC is pleased to offer this workshop in partnership with the Diversity Business Resource Center, Urban Innovation21, Riverside Center

 

Eden Hall Summer Series: Bluegrass Night

The Shameless Hex – Opening Act Founded in the summer of 2013, The Shameless Hex is a Pittsburgh-based string band focused on playing quality originals and covers for all who care to listen. With influences ranging from tra

 

Graduate Open House

Join Chatham for Graduate Open House event on August 4, 2018. Learn more about our graduate programs and see the facilities where your education will grow.

 

Pathways to Nursing Tour

Pathways to Nursing is a collaboration between Chatham University and UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing. Interested nursing students can come and tour both Chatham University and Shadyside School of nursing and meet with staf

 

Staff Workshop - Hoonuit and Other Resources

Do you hear words throughout your day that you don't quite understand? SPAM? Cloud Storage? SharePoint? VOIP? Firewall? This workshop will provide you with resources that will help you learn and understand new and interestin

 

Wall Basket with Native American Design Class

Natural and found object embellishment, using natural and dyed rattan for spokes and wavers. Basket is suitable for holding mail. In addition to the instructional fee of $37 which is due at registration, there is a $25

 

Summer Open House

Jump start your 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 athletics

 

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

Join Dr. Peter Walker, dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, to learn more about our graduate programs and Eden Hall Campus. Session will also include information on the admission process, and time for Q&A.

 

Faculty Open House

Faculty - as a way to welcome you back to campus and introduce new ways of supporting you and your students, we invite you to stop by our office for some light appetizers, beverages, and conversations!

 

Pathways to Nursing Tour

Pathways to Nursing is a collaboration between Chatham University and UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing. Interested nursing students can come and tour both Chatham University and Shadyside School of nursing and meet with staf

 

Staff Workshop - Microsoft Teams

This 30 minute workshop will look at the various features of Microsoft's latest tool, Teams. This tool will allow for better communication and collaboration within departments and across campus.

 

Chatham Career Launch

As a part of New and Transfer Student Orientation, Chatham University students will be participating in career immersion experience where they can explore local companies, agencies and facilities while networking and meeting

 

MBA/MAcc New Student Orientation

Learn about the MBA and MAcc programs! • What you can expect • Library Resources • IT Resources, like Moodle, Portal, and VoiceThread • Meet other students! Lunch provided!

 

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 workshop **

 

Technology Tuesday: Moodle

Attend this workshop to learn about basics of using the new version of Moodle. ** Please bring your laptop to the workshop **

 
 

Managing the Financial Operations of your Business

As a part of the Empowering Women in Communities Program supported by the PNC Foundation, CWBC is pleased to offer this workshop in partnership with the Diversity Business Resource Center, Urban Innovation21, Riverside Center

 

Student Employee Orientation

Student Employment Orientation is a program specifically for newly hired student employees for the upcoming Fall 2018/Spring 2019 terms. All student employees must attend one orientation session.

 
 
 
 

Latinx Heritage Month Display

Come view the JKM Library's curated selection of films and books to celebrate Latinx culture and populations in America and internationally. We will also be highlighting our Ruth J. Snowdon collection, which consists of photo

 

Intramural Outdoor Volleyball Tournament

Want a chance to win some awesome giveaways? Come out to the quad on Monday, September 3rd with your team of 4 to participate in the first IM tournament of the year! Intramurals are a great way to participate in athleti

 

Pop Up: ACRO Yoga

Acro Yoga is a beautiful practice that combines the dynamic wisdom of acrobatics, the awareness, breath and balance of yoga. During these sessions, you will be working with one or more partners. For beginners and advanced y

 
 

Chatham University Women's Soccer v. Juniata College

Chatham University Women's Soccer home game against Juniata College

 
 

Popcorn and Possibilities with Career Development

Career Development has got your back! Follow the delicious smell of popcorn in the quad to learn about some of the things we have in store for you this academic year.

 

Fine Arts with the Finegolds: The Waiting Room

The Waiting Room is a multi-disciplinary dance theater production, choreographed by Beth Corning. The show is filled with humour, obscurity, and unabashed honesty of social issues today.

 
 

Eden Hall Community Resource Fair

Come and explore the many the offices, organizations, and opportunities associated with and available to you at the Eden Hall Campus.

 

SIX x ATE Dinner: Impossible Objects, with Casey Droege Cultural Productions (CDCP)

SIX x ATE began in 2012 with a small event for the 2013 Carnegie International's Apartment Talks. Now entering its seventh season in 2018, the series of food, art, and lecture continues to create a more diverse conversation a

 

Documentary Screening: Man on Fire

New documentary called Man on Fire which tells the story of a Methodist minister in rural East Texas who committed self-immolation in 2014 as a protest against the town’s silenced history of racial violence and continued segr

 

Student Employee Orientation

Student Employment Orientation is a program specifically for newly hired student employees for the upcoming Fall 2018/Spring 2019 terms. All student employees must attend one orientation session.

 
 
 

Traditional 8" Twin Egg Basket Class

Using natural reed and colorful yarns, seagrass, and cane, students will create a twin egg basket. In addition to the instructional fee of $47 which is due at registration, there is a $38 material fee, payable to the ins

 
 

Student Employee Orientation

Student Employment Orientation is a program specifically for newly hired student employees for the upcoming Fall 2018/Spring 2019 terms. All student employees must attend one orientation session.

 

MacBook Monday: Apps for the Mac

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 **

 

Technology Tuesday: Moodle

Attend this workshop to learn about basics of using the new version of Moodle. ** Please bring your laptop to the workshop **

 
 

Diversity Dialogue: Student Led Gender Dialogue

Collaborative Student Led Campus Gender Dialogue

 

Chatham University Women's Soccer v. University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

Chatham University Women's Soccer home game against University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

 

Transport Tuesday @ Chatham Bike Works

Learn more about biking and bikes at Transport Tuesday. Workshops on safe commuting, basic bike care and maintenance, tips and tricks, planning rides and more.

 
 

Welcome Aboard Mentorship Program Kick-Off

Who better to prepare our First Year students for college than our very own Chatham alumni? Mentors meet their Mentees at this Kick-Off Reception. Hors d'oeuvres and beverages will be served.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Outdoor Recreation: Kayak Pittsburgh!

Come out and enjoy the three rivers at Kayak Pittsburgh which gives you a spectacular view of the Pittsburgh city skyline! Paddle around the Point at Point State Park, venture up the Allegheny River towards Washington’s Land

 
 

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 bring your laptop to the 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 bring your laptop to the workshop **

 
 

B&E Dept. presents the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) Pittsburgh Chapter Meeting

Chatham community members are welcome to join the ISM Pittsburgh Chapter meeting to mingle with Supply Chain Management professionals and attend a presentation from an industry leader.

 

LatinX Heritage Month: Diversity Dialogue

LatinX Heritage Month event

 
 

Pop Up: ACRO Yoga

Acro Yoga is a beautiful practice that combines the dynamic wisdom of acrobatics, the awareness, breath and balance of yoga. During these sessions, you will be working with one or more partners. For beginners and advanced y

 
 

Fall Open House

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

 

Chatham University Women's Soccer v. Frostburg State

Chatham University Women's Soccer home game against Frostburg State

 
 
 

MacBook Monday: Creating Dynamic Presentations

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

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Outdoor Recreation: Go Ape Zip Lining, Tarzan Swing & Rail Track

Come and enjoy a totally unique outdoor experience, its time to Go Ape! Way more than just zip lines, Go Ape is a 2-3-hour journey through the forest canopy as you take on suspended obstacles, Tarzan swings and breathtaking z

 

Cabaret Benefit

An evening of musical theater and jazz standards performed by the Chatham Choir in a Cabaret setting; mocktails, appetizers, and raffle baskets to benefit the Chatham Choir.

 
 

LGBTQIA+ History Month Display

The Jennie King Mellon Library is celebrating LGBTQIA+ history with our curated display of library materials focused on our queer communities! Come select LGBTQIA+ books and films to enjoy during October.

 
 
 

Women's Soccer Pink Game

Breast Cancer Awareness Game

 

Chatham University Women's Soccer PAC Game v. Grove City College

Chatham University Women's Soccer home PAC game v. Grove City College

 
 
 
 

Transport Tuesday @ Chatham Bike Works

Learn more about biking and bikes at Transport Tuesday. Workshops on safe commuting, basic bike care and maintenance, tips and tricks, planning rides and more.

 
 

WestPACS Job and Internship Fair

Plan to attend the largest regional job and internship fair for college students and graduates featuring over 150 employers. For more information, visit www.westpacs.org or email careers@chatham.edu. Register for FREE at www.

 
 

Volleyball Pink Out Game

Breast Cancer Awareness Game

 

Alumni Reunion Weekend

Celebrating classes ending in 3 and 8

 

Fall Open House

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

 
 

Outdoor Recreation: Horseback Riding at Rolling Hills Ranch

Come and Experience the joy of horseback riding at Rolling Hills Ranch. Its a Pittsburgh's premier equestrian facility.

 
 
 

Backpack to Briefcase: Alumni Speaker Series

Hear from our panel of alumni on how their experiences at Chatham impacted their careers!

 
 
 

Eden Hall Campus, Falk School of Sustainability Academic Visit Day

Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportunities in our four program tracks of Natural Resource Management, Sustainable Energy and Urban Systems, and Su

 
 
 

Chatham University Women's Soccer PAC Game v. St. Vincent College

Chatham University Women's Soccer home PAC game v. St. Vincent College

 
 

Graduate Open House - Eden Hall Campus

Join us for a prospective student Open House to learn more about our graduate programs in sustainability and food studies, and to tour our Eden Hall campus. Participants are encouraged to stay afterwards to participate in our

 

Graduate Open House - Sustainability & Food Studies (Eden Hall Campus)

Join Chatham for Graduate Open House event on 10/21/2018. Learn more about our graduate programs and see the facilities where your education will grow.

 
 

Makeover Monday

Kick off Internship Week with a free hair and makeup makeover from professional stylists! Starting a new job can be overwhelming, and your appearance is crucial. Chatham students and alumni are invited to join us to learn abo

 
 

Chatham University Women's Soccer PAC Game v. Thiel College

Chatham University Women's Soccer home PAC game v. Thiel College

 
 
 

Internship Mixer

Are you seeking to gain hands-on experience in your field of study? Stop by to meet local professionals from the Pittsburgh area to learn about internships and other experiential learning opportunities just for you!

 
 

Family and Friends 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.

 

Chatham University Women's Soccer PAC Game v. Geneva College

Chatham University Women's Soccer home PAC game v. Geneva College

 
 
 
 

Internship 101

Trying to figure out where to begin the internship process? Have questions about the paperwork or how to register? Check out this workshop to learn everything you need to know about Chatham Internships

 

Native American Heritage Month

During the month of November, the Jennie King Mellon Library will be highlighting selected material in a display celebrating Native American and Indigenous culture and heritage. Come learn something new by stopping by and sel

 

Internship 101

Trying to figure out where to begin the internship process? Have questions about the paperwork or how to register? Check out this workshop to learn everything you need to know about Chatham Internships

 

Learn. Grow. Connect. A Conference for Women in Business

AGENDA 8:30AM Registration & Continental Breakfast 9:00AM Welcome 9:00-10:15AM Morning Session 1 (Parallel Sessions) Session A: Client Relationship Manager (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and Point of Sale (P

 

Outdoor Recreation: Indoor BMX & Skateboarding

12,000 Square feet of jump lines, set up to mimc the feeling of riding some of Pennsylvania’s many world class trails. Designed in collaboration with professional BMX riders to insure you get that true trail feeling. *Rental

 

Outdoor Recreation: Indoor BMX & Skateboarding

12,000 Square feet of jump lines, set up to mimc the feeling of riding some of Pennsylvania’s many world class trails. Designed in collaboration with professional BMX riders to insure you get that true trail feeling. *Rental

 

Internship 101

Trying to figure out where to begin the internship process? Have questions about the paperwork or how to register? Check out this workshop to learn everything you need to know about Chatham Internships

 

Internship 101

Trying to figure out where to begin the internship process? Have questions about the paperwork or how to register? Check out this workshop to learn everything you need to know about Chatham Internships

 
 
 
 

Transport Tuesday @ Chatham Bike Works

Learn more about biking and bikes at Transport Tuesday. Workshops on safe commuting, basic bike care and maintenance, tips and tricks, planning rides and more.

 

Internship 101

Trying to figure out where to begin the internship process? Have questions about the paperwork or how to register? Check out this workshop to learn everything you need to know about Chatham Internships

 

Internship 101

Trying to figure out where to begin the internship process? Have questions about the paperwork or how to register? Check out this workshop to learn everything you need to know about Chatham Internships

 

Eden Hall Campus, Falk School of Sustainability Academic Visit Day

Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportunities in our four program tracks of Natural Resource Management, Sustainable Energy and Urban Systems, and Su

 

Outdoor Recreation: Ascend Rock Climbing Gym

Enjoy roped climbing on a 24-foot-tall wall featuring 20 climbing stations with a mix of auto-belays and top-ropes. Be sure to explore climbing-specific training and fitness equipment or drop in on one of the yoga or fitness

 
 

Internship 101

Trying to figure out where to begin the internship process? Have questions about the paperwork or how to register? Check out this workshop to learn everything you need to know about Chatham Internships

 
 
 

Candlelight

Annual all-campus winter celebration of lessons and carols by the Chatham Choir.

 

Pre-Candlelight Reception

Kick off the holiday season with a festive gathering of alumni, students, faculty, and staff, then process to the Chapel to celebrate Chatham's revered Candlelight Reception.

 

Scholarship Interview Day

Now that you’ve been accepted, it’s time to find out about how you can earn additional scholarship money at Chatham University! Participate in an educational session, interview for additional scholarships from Chatham, and le

 
 

New Student Registration Day for Spring Students

Today is the day to make it real! Sit down with your academic advisor to map out and register for your classes, finalize your financial aid, complete your housing survey, set up your Chatham e-mail account, and take your offi

 

Transport Tuesday @ Chatham Bike Works

Learn more about biking and bikes at Transport Tuesday. Workshops on safe commuting, basic bike care and maintenance, tips and tricks, planning rides and more.

 
 
 

Welcome Aboard Mentorship Etiquette Dinner

Mentees and Mentors will learn invaluable insights into business protocol and dining manners at this networking and professional etiquette dinner!

 
 

Transport Tuesday @ Chatham Bike Works

Learn more about biking and bikes at Transport Tuesday. Workshops on safe commuting, basic bike care and maintenance, tips and tricks, planning rides and more.

 
 
 

Transport Tuesday @ Chatham Bike Works

Learn more about biking and bikes at Transport Tuesday. Workshops on safe commuting, basic bike care and maintenance, tips and tricks, planning rides and more.

 
 

Spring Concert

A collection of secular, sacred, contemporary and pop choral music. Stacey Conner, Director of Choral Activities

 
 

Transport Tuesday @ Chatham Bike Works

Learn more about biking and bikes at Transport Tuesday. Workshops on safe commuting, basic bike care and maintenance, tips and tricks, planning rides and more.

 

Department of Science Research Day

The Department of Science Student Research Day is designed to showcase undergraduate and graduate student research performed throughout the academic year. Oral and poster presentations will encompass independent study, capsto