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Student Profile: Wayeera Robertson ‘22

Undergraduate

Wayeera graduated from CCAC with an Associate’s degree, and her parents urged her to check out Chatham, where her older brother was studying, to continue her education. “I was thinking of studying animation, but then I found out about Chatham’s Immersive Media program, so I decided to come for that,” she says. It was in the IMM program that Wayeera began to see art and physics coming together.

Alumna Profile: Elizabeth Sherman MOT ‘16

Alumni

“I really liked what the university was about overall in terms of its commitment to sustainability and women’s leadership, and was really interested in the Occupational Therapy program’s commitment to community health and community-based projects,” Elizabeth Sherman says. 

Always ChathamU

Global Chatham

The coronavirus has affected thousands around the world, and social distancing has disrupted our lives in multiple ways. We are currently planning for how we will be back on campus in the fall, with all aspects of the Chatham experience—from academics to athletics, housing and dining to events—operating under enhanced social distancing guidelines. 

A Return to Campus (Fall 2020)

Global Chatham

Chatham plans to be back together on campus this fall, with all aspects of the Chatham experience—from academics to athletics, housing and dining to events—operating under enhanced physical distancing and other changes. Our detailed plans for the fall term are available on our Fall 2020 Planning Site. Be sure to check back for updates over the coming weeks and months.

Returning to Campus

Global Chatham

Chatham plans to be back together on campus this fall, with all aspects of the Chatham experience—from academics to athletics, housing and dining to events—operating under enhanced physical distancing and other changes. Our detailed plans for the fall term are available on our Fall 2020 Planning Site. Be sure to check back for updates over the coming weeks and months.

Alumni Profile: Annette Aho, MHI ’19

Alumni

“I cannot fix your computer,” laughs Annette Aho, MHI ’19, “but I can manage a healthcare problem that has to do with implementing technology from the beginning to the end.”

Alumni Profile: Annette Aho, MHI ’19

Alumni

“I cannot fix your computer,” laughs Annette Aho, MHI ’19, “but I can manage a healthcare problem that has to do with implementing technology from the beginning to the end.”

Disaster Relief in Nepal

Alumni Success

Devin Corboy talks about his experience providing disaster relief in Nepal after a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the region in 2015. Cory traveled to Nepal twice to provide medical care to injured residents.

Rita Armstrong, DNP '14

Alumni Success

Dr. Armstrong enrolled in Chatham’s DNP program in January 2014 and graduated in December of that same year, studying full time and working full time.

Rita Armstrong, DNP '14

Alumni Success

Dr. Armstrong enrolled in Chatham’s DNP program in January 2014 and graduated in December of that same year, studying full time and working full time.

Nola the Nurse and Scharmaine Baker-Lawson, DNP '08

Alumni Success

It’s a drizzly morning in Shreveport, LA, but big band jazz pours from the loudspeakers inside the Greenwood Acres Full Gospel Baptist Church, and look—a giant mascot dressed as a nurse in a white uniform with a huge afro and long felt lashes is dancing up the aisle. 

Alumni Profile: Margy Whitmer '74

Alumni Success

If you've seen the trailer for Won't You Be My Neighbor?, the 2018 American documentary film about Fred Rogers, host and creator of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, you've seen Margy Whitmer ’74, who served as a producer on the show.

A Nursing Perspective on Climate Change

Sustainability

In honor of Nurse’s Week (May 6 - May 12), we asked Assistant Professor and Practice Experience Coordinator of the nursing programs, Jennifer Wasco, DNP, RN to discuss the impact climate change is having on healthcare and what nurses can do to help patients face a rapidly declining environment.