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JUSTfilms: A fresh series of social justice films that will educate, inspire, challenge, and move you to action.

SUBSCRIPTION PACKAGE

Thank you for your interest in supporting the Just Films documentary series!Subscribe to get this VIP package: Guaranteed preferred seating at every screening (with registration – just tell us you’re coming and we’ll save … click to read more

Concept to Launch

"Concept to Launch" is a 6-week entrepreneurial training program for women in the early stages of starting a business.Dates: Six Wednesday evenings from 6-8pm starting on August 21st and ending on September 25th. Classes focu … click to read more

2019-2020 Carson Calendar AVAILABLE NOW!

Student Affairs would like to extend the invitation to the entire Chatham Community to support the Student Emergency Fund by purchasing an awesome 2019-2020 Carson Cougar calendar. This year’s theme is Chatham Values, highlig … click to read more

Latinx Heritage Month Display

Come view the JKM Library's curated selection of materials to celebrate Latinx culture, history, and authors both in the US and internationally. We will also be highlighting our Ruth J. Snowdon collection, which consists of p … click to read more

DNP Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's DNP program. … click to read more

MSN Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's MSN and RN-MSN programs … click to read more

Healthcare Informatics Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's Master's of Science of Healthcare Informatics program and certificates in Healthcare Informatics and Analytics. … click to read more

Webinar: Building HR Systems to Support Business Growth

Jessica Eberley, CEO, HRT Solutions will walk you through the steps to find employees for your start-up or small business and the importance of having policies in place when they begin. The webinar will cover the following … click to read more

MFAFDT & MAID Virtual Information Session - Meet Program Chair, Prajna Parasher

Join the Program Chair and Rachel for an information session to learn more about the Master of Fine Arts in Film and Digital Technology and Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Design. As well, there will be an opportunit … click to read more

IUP Accounting Career Day

Please join us for the annual IUP Accounting Career Day on Wednesday, September 18, 2019, at the Rustic Lodge Event Facility. Transportation provided! Space is limited! First come, first served! RSVP for the Van and … click to read more

Falk School of Sustainability and Environmental Science Graduate Open House

Over the course of the day at the Falk School Graduate Open House, you'll get to see what our programs have to offer and the professional outcomes that can arise from your education. Meet your future educators, classmates, co … click to read more

The Art of Fortepiano

An evening of Bach, Haydn, and Mozart as performed by highly acclaimed fortepianist, Matthew Bengtson. … click to read more

Dialogues: the Language of Change, w/ Shaka Senghor and Renée Watson

The Chatham University MFA in Creative Writing Program will host Dialogues: the Language of Change, with featured authors Shaka Senghor and Renée Watson. Dialogues is an annual reading series presented by the Chatham Unive … click to read more

Pop UP

Join us at the Carraige House Patio for our first Pop-up of the year. Menu is a surprise but will cover a "lunch" for you. Bravisimo will be closed in Anderson to accommodate this. All forms of payment will be accepted - … click to read more

140 Things

Explore Chatham, the surrounding Pittsburgh community, and take up the challenge—cross these 140 activities off your bucket list before you graduate! Stay tuned for ways to get involved as you take up a campus or city-wide ad … click to read more

Best of Pittsburgh with Dean Waite: Kayak Pittsburgh

Join Dean Waite and your fellow students for a Kayaking adventure on the North Shore! See Pittsburgh's beautiful Riverfront area, including the Point Park fountain, from the water as we paddle along the three rivers. … click to read more

Fall Open House

Kickoff your college search as we introduce you to everything Chatham has to offer. Learn more about your admission process and academic scholarships, hear about our top-notch academics and integrated degree programs, tour ca … click to read more

Outdoor Recreation: Pittsburgh Paintball Park part of the Discover Pittsburgh Saturday Series

Come out to Pittsburgh Paintball Park for competition and fun. … click to read more

Webinar: Certification & Beyond - Advantages of Certification for Your Woman Owned Business

Description: Government agencies and most large companies have programs to use minority, women, veteran, LGBTQ, and disability-owned providers … but can only count you if you’re certified. Certified businesses have access to … click to read more

PICPA Student Networking and Casino Night

Student Networking and Casino Night is a free program to give accounting majors the opportunity to meet with local firms, schools, and CPA Exam review providers! Students, exhibitors, and PICPA members will enjoy networkin … click to read more

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 ** … click to read more

MPW & COMM Virtual Information Session - Meet Program Chair, Katie Cruger

Join the Program Chair and Rachel for an information session to learn more about the Master of Communication and the Master of Professional Writing. As well, there will be an opportunity to ask your own questions and hear … click to read more

MFACW (low and full residency) Virtual Information Session - Meet Program Chair, Sheila Squillante

Join the Program Chair and Rachel for an information session to learn more about the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. As well, there will be an opportunity to ask your own questions and hear other prospective Stude … click to read more

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 ** … click to read more

Returning Supervisor Trainings

The returning supervisor training sessions will provide an opportunity to build on previous supervisory experience, discuss common concerns or issues that arise in your supervisory practice, gain insights from other superviso … click to read more

Christian Family Health Care Tabling Event

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Register to Vote

Register to vote before October 7th to participate in the Fall general election. Reminders:If you are a Chatham student who lives on campus, you can register to vote on campus. If you have moved then you need to update y … click to read more

Corporate Storytelling and Communication Forum

Join us for a panel discussion with panelists that represent a range of corporate/professional storytelling -- leaders, professional communicators, consultants and entrepreneurs. Together we will explore the power of storytel … click to read more

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Sep 25

+ Add to Calendar 09/25/2019 6:00PM 09/25/2019 8:30PM 15 Barbara Stone Hollander '60 Lecture in Women’s Leadership
Women Supporting Women in Politics: The Legacy of EMILY’s List
**Join us for the reception at 6:00** **Program begins at 7:00**Featuring Betsy Crone ‘67, one of the Founding Mothers of EMILY’s List. in conversation with: Ashleigh Deemer ‘05, Co-Founder, Women for the Future of Pittsburgh Marita Garrett, MAP ‘15, Mayor, Wilkinsburg, PA Betsy Crone graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science from Chatham and holds a master’s degree from Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University. Recently retired from her career as a fund-raiser, she has been a leader in expanding financial contributions to political and non-profit organizations. She has worked to advance the rights of women and to ensure that women political candidates have strong financial resources in their campaigns. She is particularly proud of her role as a “founding mother” of EMILY’s List, a fund-raising network working to elect pro-choice Democratic women to office. Betsy planned, designed and implemented fund-raising campaigns, including special events, membership drives, large donor development programs and strategic audits. She helped organizations expand individual donor activities and trained fund-raising professionals and volunteers. Politics was always a strong interest. During college summers she interned for Senator Joseph Tydings of Maryland and then began her professional career working for Matt Reese, a pioneer in political consulting. In Washington, DC, she raised funds for numerous organizations advancing legal and women’s rights, protecting women’s health, fighting for a cleaner and safer environment, and improving local social services. Her clients included National Women’s Political Caucus, ERAmerica, Women’s Legal Defense Fund/now National Partnership for Women and Families, Alliance for Justice, Ovarian Cancer National Alliance/now Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance, League of Conservation Voters, and District of Columbia Bar Pro Bono Center. In the political arena, she worked with Democratic Party organizations in Washington and Democratic women political candidates across the country running for Senate, House of Representatives, Governor and other state and local offices. As a native of Baltimore, MD, she is pleased to have worked in Senator Barbara Mikulski’s campaigns. Betsy has been recognized by Chatham with the Cornerstone Award for Public Service, by EMILY’s List as “The Maker of the List” and received a Mentor Award from the Public Leadership Education Network, of which Chatham is a founding member. Ashleigh Deemer is a co-founder of the political action committee, Women for the Future Pittsburgh. Having run for officer herself, she knows what women are up against-- especially those striving to break the mold and create change. Women for the Future has raised and contributed nearly $60,000 to progressive women candidates since 2017. Most of Women for the Future’s endorsed candidates have gone on to win seats across the region, from school boards to the state Senate. In her professional life, Ashleigh spent 7 years staffing Pittsburgh City Council, working on important community projects and break-through legislation. She is most proud of the work she did to pass paid family leave legislation for all city employees, as well as legislation that created and funded Pittsburgh’s Gender Equity Commission. Since losing a 2017 grassroots run for City Council, Ashleigh now focuses on advocating for clean air, safe drinking water, and strategies to address the climate crisis. She currently serves as the Western Pennsylvania Director for a statewide environmental organization. Ashleigh is a 2005 graduate of Chatham College and recently completed her Master’s degree at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy. She served as a 2019 Practitioner in Residence for the Pennsylvania Center for Women & Politics’ NEW Leadership Program, and enjoys staying engaged with the Chatham University community. She has been recognized as “Who’s Next in Politics” by The Incline and was awarded the “Spirit of the 19th Amendment” Award by Celebrate & Share.Marita Garrett was sworn in as Mayor of Wilkinsburg, after serving on Wilkinsburg Borough Council from 2014-2018. In her role as Mayor, she has re-established the Public Safety Forums, which is a monthly series that highlights updates in the Wilkinsburg Police Department and provides an opportunity for community members to express their safety concerns. While on Council, Mayor Garrett started “Wilkinsburg Community Conversations” an initiative to connect and empower residents to work together for neighborhood improvement. Since then, Marita founded CIVICALLY, an umbrella nonprofit that focuses on literacy programming, building healthy communities through free fresh produce distribution and health education, and the Free Store Wilkinsburg -where donations of new and slightly used material goods are available to residents and families. Ms. Garrett is the co-owner and managing partner of Admintrinsic, a for-profit company that provides a wide range of outreach and engagement services to non-profits, and mid-level corporations. She has successfully coordinated small business educational events, the 2016 Wilkinsburg Vacant Home Tour, Dollar Bank’s first ever 2017 Black History Month Celebration, as well as, the Program Facilitator for Coro Pittsburgh’s Women in Leadership Program and Launch Wilkinsburg Building on her mission of promoting women empowerment, Marita is the co-host of Shattered Glass Podcast, where stories of extraordinary women shattering the glass ceiling are highlighted. She was featured in Pittsburgh Magazine’s Women & Business, September 2018. Ms. Garrett received a Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. She continued on to receive a Master’s in Psychology from Chatham University where she has been a panel speaker on several occasions for the Center for Women and Politics. She has been recognized for her diligence in civic and community engagement by numerous organizations and media outlets such as the, Pittsburgh Magazine’s 40 Under 40, City Paper, The Incline’s “Who’s Next in Politics”, NAACP – Greater Pittsburgh chapter, and named, “Young Democrat of the Year” from the Allegheny County Democratic Committee in 2017. Currently, she serves as Immediate Past Chair of the Congress of Neighboring Communities (CONNECT) as well as on the advisory boards for Emerge Pennsylvania, Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD), National Leaders Council – Pittsburgh chapter, and Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Strategic Partnerships & Community Engagement Advisory Committee, among other organizations. In 2017, she was selected to attend the NextCity Vanguard conference held in Newcastle, Australia. Additionally, Ms. Garrett has served on panels at the Brookings Institution and United Nation’s World Urban Forum 9. Beckwith Auditorium, Buhl Hall Melody Harris m.harris@chatham.edu

Barbara Stone Hollander '60 Lecture in Women’s Leadership
Women Supporting Women in Politics: The Legacy of EMILY’s List

**Join us for the reception at 6:00** **Program begins at 7:00**Featuring Betsy Crone ‘67, one of the Founding Mothers of EMILY’s List. in conversation with: Ashleigh Deemer ‘05, Co-Founder, Women for the Future … click to read more

Fine Arts with the Finegolds: The Lion King

Experience The Lion King at the Benedum Center's Broadway in Pittsburgh series! The cohort will enjoy pre-show drinks at the Benedum Center, so plan to ride the shuttle or arrive early and join us. We will discuss previou … click to read more

Just Films - Pushout

This screening is in conjunction with Gwen's Girls Black Girls Equity Alliance Summit. Just Films participants may attend the screening at no cost, but MUST REGISTER here. PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Sch … click to read more

Register to Vote

Register to vote before October 7th to participate in the Fall general election. Reminders:If you are a Chatham student who lives on campus, you can register to vote on campus. If you have moved then you need to update y … click to read more

MIA and MSIA Virtual Information Session - Meet Program Chair, Kyra Tucker

Join the Program Chair and Rachel for an information session to learn more about the Master of Interior Architecture and Master of Science in Interior Architecture. As well, there will be an opportunity to ask your own qu … click to read more

Student Employee Orientation @ Eden Hall

Student Employment Orientation is a program specifically for newly hired student employees for the upcoming Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 terms. All student employees must attend one orientation session. … click to read more

Purple Power Friday

Show off your Chatham spirit with a Purple Power t-shirt! Find us every other Friday on campus as we hand them out, and swap in an old t-shirt to pick yours up. Already have a Purple Power shirt? Wear yours & come see us to p … click to read more

Make A Difference Day

Spend your morning completing service projects as a part of our fourth annual Make A Difference Day! Volunteers will work with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, Repair the World, and Urban Hilltop Garden. Register b … click to read more

Chatham Choir Cabaret Benefit

Annual Cabaret featuring musical theatre & jazz selections with mocktails and appetizers … click to read more

Graduate Academic Visit Day - Sustainability

Join us for an Academic Visit Day to learn more about the graduate sustainability programs! Prospective students will attend Dr. Grossmann's Building Sustainable & Resilient Cities class, dine with current students and facul … click to read more

Register to Vote

Register to vote before October 7th to participate in the Fall general election. Reminders:If you are a Chatham student who lives on campus, you can register to vote on campus. If you have moved then you need to update y … click to read more

Graduate Academic Visit Day - Food Studies

Join us for an Academic Visit Day to learn more about the graduate Food Studies program! Prospective students will attend Professor Seidel's Food Access class, dine with current students and faculty, tour the campus, and lea … click to read more

National Pizza Month

We will be featuring a frequent buyer program for our specialty pizzas that will be featured all month long! … click to read more

Chili Cookoff

Please vote for your favorite chili's created from-scratch from our chef's favorite recipes! We will raffle off some Cafe Rachel gift certificates for anyone that votes and shares their favorite on social media - they mu … click to read more

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. … click to read more

Student Employee Orientation

Student Employment Orientation is a program specifically for newly hired student employees for the upcoming Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 terms. All student employees must attend one orientation session. Register on Handshake: ht … click to read more

Just Films - We Exist: Beyond the Binary

What if the world told you that you do not exist? For many gender non-confirming individuals this is the reality. The impact of that reality is both personal and global: invisibility, silencing, systemic discrimination and ex … click to read more

Melanie Brown Lecturer Series: Cristina Garcia

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Register to Vote

Register to vote before October 7th to participate in the Fall general election. Reminders:If you are a Chatham student who lives on campus, you can register to vote on campus. If you have moved then you need to update y … click to read more

Workshop: Think Beyond the Bank - Alternative Funding for Your Small Business

Hosted by Chatham’s Women’s Business Center, Riverside Center for Innovation and Women’s Business Enterprise Council East (WBEC-EAST) . Hear from popular local funding options and meet some programs new to town. Networking a … click to read more

Register to Vote

Register to vote before October 7th to participate in the Fall general election. Reminders:If you are a Chatham student who lives on campus, you can register to vote on campus. If you have moved then you need to update y … click to read more

140 Things

Explore Chatham, the surrounding Pittsburgh community, and take up the challenge—cross these 140 activities off your bucket list before you graduate! Stay tuned for ways to get involved as you take up a campus or city-wide ad … click to read more

Saturday Campus Tour

Saturday tours and information sessions will be held on with a 10 a.m. tour and 11 a.m. information session. We invite you to learn more abut the campus and chat with an undergraduate counselor! … click to read more

National PA Week

Recognizing the PA profession and its contributions to the nation’s health. … click to read more

Long Weekend Hours of Operation

On Sunday, October 6 & Monday, October 7, we will be on a Saturday schedule in Anderson and Eden Hall. We will open at 10:30 for Brunch and close at 7:00 after dinner. … click to read more

Register to Vote

Register to vote before October 7th to participate in the Fall general election. Reminders:If you are a Chatham student who lives on campus, you can register to vote on campus. If you have moved then you need to update y … click to read more

First Annual Chatham University Athletic Department Golf Outing at Treesdale Country Club

Registration deadline: September 30, 2019 Golf package will include: • Guest fees • Cart fees • 10$ per person credit in the golf shop • ClubCorps’s Ace Adventures: A hole in one resort contest • Driving range … click to read more

Prospective Graduate Student Webinar - Falk School of Sustainability

Join us to learn more about the graduate programs in sustainability and food studies! The session will be co-hosted by Peter Walker, Dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, and Trish Golla, Assistant Director of Graduate … click to read more

Long Weekend Hours of Operation

We will be running on a Sunday schedule in Anderson and Eden Hall. We will open at 10:30 for brunch, and close at 9:00pm after latenight. (Eden Hall will close at 7:00pm after dinner). … click to read more

Western PA Collegiate Job & 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. … click to read more

Concept to Launch

"Concept to Launch" is a 6-week entrepreneurial training program for women in the early stages of starting a business.Dates: Six Wednesday evenings from 6-8pm starting on October 9th and ending on November 20th, (No class on … click to read more

PMI Pittsburgh Northern Satellite Meetings at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus

PMI Pittsburgh is delighted to announce a new collaboration with Chatham University to support our members and interested guests in the North Hills. Please join us from 6 PM to enjoy networking with other professionals, relax … click to read more

PMI Pittsburgh Chapter Meeting "Downtown with Ginger"

Join B&E Dept. Program Assistant,Ginger Polozoff, MBA, PMP, and Chatham students, faculty, and alumni interested in project management for the monthly PMI Pittsburgh chapter meeting. PMI Pittsburgh is delighted to coll … click to read more

Purple Power Friday

Show off your Chatham spirit with a Purple Power t-shirt! Find us every other Friday on campus as we hand them out, and swap in an old t-shirt to pick yours up. Already have a Purple Power shirt? Wear yours & come see us to p … click to read more

Word Circus

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Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

Join us for a panel discussion with three Chatham University Health Science alumni, Dr. Tosin Osibajo Emmanuel, OTD, MSOT, OTR/L, Dr. Nancy Foley, PT, DPT, OCS and Elizabeth Sherman, MOT, OTR/L, TCTSY-F, RYT-200. All three o … click to read more

Opening Reception: InSisterhood Project featuring Chatham Alumnae

This event is free and open to the public. The exhibit will include photographs, memorabilia, and video honoring five Chatham alumnae who are featured in the project: Kipp Dawson, ’94 Anne Lang, ’74 Lois “Toni” McClendon … click to read more

Outdoor Recreation: Go Ape Zip Lining, Tarzan Swing & Rail Track part of the Discover Pittsburgh Saturday Series

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 … click to read more

October is National Popcorn Poppin' Month

Join us in Cafe Rachel to grab some fresh-popped popcorn this week! … click to read more

B&E Department Presents: Non-Profit and Government Accounting Networking Mixer

Network with experts in Non-Profit and Government Accounting, stay for the panel discussion. 5:00-8:00 pm. Event schedule is as follows: 5:00-6:00pm: Networking 6:00-7:30pm: Panel Discussion More details coming soon! … click to read more

Democratic Primary Debate Watch Party Night 1

Join the PCWP and the Chatham University College Democrats for the next round of Democratic Primary Debates. We'll bring the snacks, games, and prizes. … click to read more

Democratic Primary Debate Watch Party Night 2

Join the PCWP and the Chatham University College Democrats for the next round of Democratic Primary Debates. We'll bring the snacks, games, and prizes. … click to read more

Transfer Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Take advantage of a visit to Chatham's Eden Hall Campus in the North Hills of Pittsburgh to learn about our sustainability-focused majors and what you can do with a degree in these fields. An Academic Visit Day at Eden Hall w … click to read more

140 Things

Explore Chatham, the surrounding Pittsburgh community, and take up the challenge—cross these 140 activities off your bucket list before you graduate! Stay tuned for ways to get involved as you take up a campus or city-wide ad … click to read more

PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability - October 2019 Workshop

Join educators from throughout the region at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and explore sustainability topics that will ignite student interests and make them eager to solve the most challenging problems of the 21st century using … click to read more

Fall Open House

Kickoff your college search as we introduce you to everything Chatham has to offer. Learn more about your admission process and academic scholarships, hear about our top-notch academics and integrated degree programs, tour ca … click to read more

Falk School Graduate Admission Open House and Food and Sustainability Conference

Join us to learn more about the graduate offerings in the Falk School of Sustainability, and then stick around for our third annual Food & Sustainability Conference! … click to read more

Best of Pittsburgh with Dean Waite: Pittsburgh Party Pedaler

Join Dean Waite for a Party Pedaler tour of Pittsburgh's famous Strip District. We will pedal our way around the area, seeing the sights and even stopping off to experience some of the best of what the Strip District has to o … click to read more

PsyD Saturday

Interested in pursuing your Doctor of Psychology in Counseling Psychology (PsyD)? Join us on "PsyD Saturday" where you have the opportunity to learn about the program and to talk openly with the Graduate Psychology Program … click to read more

Sat

Oct 19

+ Add to Calendar 10/19/2019 9:30AM 10/19/2019 5:00PM 15 From the Margins to the Mainstream: Growing Access to Sustainability & Food Organized by graduate students of Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability & Environment, the 2019 Eden Hall Conference will focus on expanding access to sustainability and healthy food systems. Highlighted speakers: Julian Agyemnan, Ph.D., FRSA FRGS is a Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University. He is the originator of the increasingly influential concept of just sustainabilities, the intentional integration of social justice and sustainability. Worldwide, he is recognized as an expert, an innovator and thought leader. He is the author or editor of 11 books, and was co-founder in 1996, and is now Editor-in-Chief of "Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability". Malik Kenyatta Yakini is co-founder and Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network (DBCFSN). DBCFSN operates a seven-acre urban farm and is spearheading the opening of a co-op grocery store in Detroit's North End. Yakini views the "good food revolution" as part of the larger movement for freedom, justice and quality. He has an interest in contributing to the development of an international food sovereignty movement that embraces Black communities in the Americas, the Caribbean and Africa. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of workshops and discussion panels focusing on beekeeping, ADA accessible gardens, creating inclusive spaces, enacting sustainable & equitable communities, food security, and more. Chatham University Eden Hall Campus Corey Robinson corey.robinson@chatham.edu

From the Margins to the Mainstream: Growing Access to Sustainability & Food

Organized by graduate students of Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability & Environment, the 2019 Eden Hall Conference will focus on expanding access to sustainability and healthy food systems. Highlighted speakers: Jul … click to read more

Mon

Oct 21

+ Add to Calendar 10/21/2019 3:30PM 10/21/2019 5:00PM 15 2nd Annual Day of the Dead Celebration: ¡Celebremos el día de los muertos! Every year, on November 1 and 2, families from different Spanish-speaking countries prepare a celebration to honor their departed loved ones, remembering their lives and celebrating their memories. Families gather to eat the favorite food of the departed person, listen to their favorite music, and share memories. This celebration has its roots in the traditions of indigenous cultures in parts of Mexico and South America. With the arrival of Hispanic civilization, this celebration was embedded and merged with the Catholic celebration of All Saints Day and All Souls Day. Currently, el día de los muertos has become a tradition with both indigenous and Hispanic roots. At Chatham University, we are planning to build a communal altar for the Day of the Dead, make cempasuchil paper flowers, have a conversation about remembering departed loved ones, and taste delicious Mexican hot chocolate and pan de muerto (a special sweet bread), both prepared following traditional Mexican recipes. Please join us to celebrate el día de los muertos as part of Latinx Heritage Month. Sponsored by Modern Languages, JKM Library, Multicultural Affairs Office, Counseling Center. Activities include: - Day of the Dead Workshop and hands-on activity - Presentation and a cempasuchil paper preparation by students from Spanish language courses - Hands-on activity: altar building with offerings - Mexican Chocolate and pan de muerto tasting JKM Library: Room 103 Jocelyn Codner j.codner@chatham.edu

2nd Annual Day of the Dead Celebration: ¡Celebremos el día de los muertos!

Every year, on November 1 and 2, families from different Spanish-speaking countries prepare a celebration to honor their departed loved ones, remembering their lives and celebrating their memories. Families gather to eat the … click to read more

Mon

Oct 21

+ Add to Calendar 10/21/2019 5:30PM 10/21/2019 8:00PM 15 Thinking Bigger: How to Take a Business Global in 5 Years – The Success Story of Snapology, a Pittsburgh S.T.E.A.M. Education Franchise Company The story of how two sisters Lisa and Laura Coe from Pittsburgh created Snapology, and have grown the business to over 100 locations across the globe in less than a decade…all it took was a good idea and a ton of perseverance! Before Lisa and Laura Coe became business partners, they were sisters and best friends. Eventually, they wanted to create a business that could involve their children. More importantly, they wanted that business to be educational. Their “A-ha!” moment came after observing the love their children had for creative play using building blocks and materials that snap together. The idea of offering a program to teach science, mathematics, technology and literacy concepts excited them given their backgrounds in mathematics and science. Come hear about the growth process, the decision to license and then the pivot to a franchise model, international expansion and the valuable lessons learned along the way. Plus, it’s Snapology…we’ll keep it fun as we engage in some “serious play.” About Snapology: Founded in 2010 and franchising since 2015, Snapology's mission is to provide children with an opportunity to engage in playful learning activities that stimulate creativity and an interest in learning. Using LEGO® bricks and other building toys, Snapology emphasizes S.T.E.A.M principles, teamwork & socialization. With over 100 locations currently open and operating throughout the United States and internationally, company plans call for further expansion with its unique, education-based franchise opportunity. Learn more about the success of Snapology here. Registration will be open soon. Chatham Eastside, 6585 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Mitra Saeidi m.saeidi@chatham.edu

Thinking Bigger: How to Take a Business Global in 5 Years – The Success Story of Snapology, a Pittsburgh S.T.E.A.M. Education Franchise Company

The story of how two sisters Lisa and Laura Coe from Pittsburgh created Snapology, and have grown the business to over 100 locations across the globe in less than a decade…all it took was a good idea and a ton of perseverance … click to read more

Snack & Chat: WESCO Distribution

Join us for Snack & Chat, a career information session with WESCO Distribution, for students interested in supply chain management! Light snacks will be provided. … click to read more

Backpack to Briefcase: Alumni Speaker Series

Hear from Chatham alumni on how their experiences at Chatham impacted their careers! Regsiter on Handshake: https://chatham.joinhandshake.com/events/317078/share_preview … click to read more

Undergraduate Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

Drop-In Hours - Mixer Prep

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Job and Internship Networking Mixer

Whether you're looking for hands on experience or getting ready to graduate, stop by to meet local professionals from the Pittsburgh area to learn about internships and employment opportunities! Register on Handshake: https:/ … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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Employer Registration- Career Development Job and Internship Mixer

This networking mixer will be a great opportunity for you to get to know students in a relaxed setting. With students representing various academic programs including sustainability, health sciences, business and communicatio … click to read more

Vocal Recital: Sentimental Journey

Featuring songs from the Golden Age of Broadway by George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, and Irving Berlin, among others. Kelly Lynch, Desiree Soteres, Kara Cornell, Samuel Viggiano and Erich Lascek with Amy Kapp, p … click to read more

Pittsburgh Promise Soiree

Join us for the 2nd annual Pittsburgh Promise Soiree! We invite you to join together with friends, family, and fellow Pittsburgh Promise recipients for a night of celebration of your educational journey at Chatham Univers … click to read more

Surprise Family & Friends Theme Meal

Join us in Anderson for the kick-off dinner for Family & Friends Weekend. This year's theme will be interactive, tasty, and a lot of fun! We hope to see you and your family! … click to read 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. Register on Handshake: … click to read more

Purple Power Friday

Show off your Chatham spirit with a Purple Power t-shirt! Find us every other Friday on campus as we hand them out, and swap in an old t-shirt to pick yours up. Already have a Purple Power shirt? Wear yours & come see us to p … click to read more

Pop Up - Harvest Fun Fest

Join us on the Quad near Cafe Rachel for a fun Pop-up! All forms of payment will be accepted, so be sure to bring your Chatham ID if you'd like to use your meal plan. … click to read more

Conversations and Connections

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Music for Food: Remembering the Tree of Life

Join us for a chamber music recital featuring Schubert's Piano Trio in B-flat major. Roy Sonne, violin Kathy Melucci, cello Yeeha Chiu, piano … click to read 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 … click to read more

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Oct 29

+ Add to Calendar 10/29/2019 11:30AM 10/29/2019 1:00PM 15 Diversity Dialogues: Resiliency and Recovery: How the Jewish community is recovering a year after the shooting at the Tree of Life building Join Multicultural Affairs and Chabad House as we commemorate the one year anniversary through conversation and connecting as a community. Guest Speaker: Josh Sayles Director, Community Relations Council Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh Joshua Sayles is Jewish communal civil rights professional and resident of Squirrel Hill. Currently the Director of Community Relations for the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, Josh is a member of the crisis management team that not only responded to the Squirrel Hill shooting the morning of October 27, but continues to pursue avenues to heal and protect the community. Josh is Vice President of the board of the Pennsylvania Jewish Coalition, which in 2016 passed a law that prevents the State of Pennsylvania from procuring contracts with companies that support the BDS Movement. His Community Relations Department is the central address in Pittsburgh for fielding anti-Semitic discrimination complaints. Previously, Josh served as the Assistant Director for the Anti-Defamation League's (ADL) Connecticut Office where he lobbied the state's federally elected officials for stronger hate crimes laws and anti-bullying statues, a safe and secure Israel, and a non-proliferated Iran. Under his supervision, Connecticut became the second of 27 ADL regions in the U.S. to proactively educate high school and college students on how to advocate for themselves in the face of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel activity on campus. Josh was also a Staff Writer for the Jewish News of Greater Phoenix where his beats included hate crimes, Israel, interfaith relations, and education. He is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Class of 2007. Mellon Board Room Randi Congleton multiculturalaffairs@chatham.edu

Diversity Dialogues: Resiliency and Recovery: How the Jewish community is recovering a year after the shooting at the Tree of Life building

Join Multicultural Affairs and Chabad House as we commemorate the one year anniversary through conversation and connecting as a community. Guest Speaker: Josh Sayles Director, Community Relations Council Jewish Federatio … click to read more

Graduate Academic Visit Day - Sustainability

Join us for an Academic Visit Day to learn more about the graduate sustainability programs! Prospective students will attend Dr. Macagno's Foundations of Sustainability class, dine with current students and faculty, tour the … click to read more

140 Things

Explore Chatham, the surrounding Pittsburgh community, and take up the challenge—cross these 140 activities off your bucket list before you graduate! Stay tuned for ways to get involved as you take up a campus or city-wide ad … click to read more

Annual Gender Equity Symposium

Details and registration coming soon. … click to read more

Making a Difference: Women in County Government

This fall, the PCWP will host a networking reception and panel discussion, "Making a Difference: Women in County Government." Women who work in Allegheny County Government will discuss their background, career path, and cu … click to read more

It's On Us Fall Week of Action

Join the Sexual Respect Committee to take a stand against sexual violence. It's on ALL of US to make a difference. More details coming in late October! … click to read more

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 … click to read more

Exploring Careers in the Health Sciences

Interested in learning about Chatham University's health sciences graduate programs? Come and meet with Dean Downey and her faculty representatives from the following programs: Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Physicia … click to read more

Transfer Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Days

Take advantage of a visit to Chatham's Eden Hall Campus in the North Hills of Pittsburgh to learn about our sustainability-focused majors and what you can do with a degree in these fields. An Academic Visit Day at Eden Hall w … click to read more

POP UP

Join us at the Carriage House patio for a fun pop-up. All forms of payment will be accepted, so be sure to bring your Chatham ID if you'd like to use your meal plan. … click to read more

Just Films - Journey to Normal: Women of War Come Home

**Please note the location for this film: Beckwith AuditoriumFrom the front lines of Afghanistan through the first two years of reintegration, Journey to Normal: Women of War Come Home documents the journeys of eight women w … click to read more

Academic Visit Day

Attend an Academic Visit Day to experience how Chatham University is committed to educating strong, smart, men and women like you to make the most of your future. Get to know campus better and take an in-depth look at our … click to read more

DNP Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's DNP program. … click to read more

MSN Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's MSN and RN-MSN programs … click to read more

Healthcare Informatics Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's Master's of Science of Healthcare Informatics program and certificates in Healthcare Informatics and Analytics. … click to read more

¡Celebremos el día de los muertos!: Discuss how to cope with grief, celebrate life, and honor both

Join the Counseling Center and your fellow students in an active conversation about how to manage grief while also celebrating life in the tradition of el dia de los muertos. We will share lively discussion, watch informative … click to read 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 … click to read more

Word Circus

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Purple Power Friday

Show off your Chatham spirit with a Purple Power t-shirt! Find us every other Friday on campus as we hand them out, and swap in an old t-shirt to pick yours up. Already have a Purple Power shirt? Wear yours & come see us to p … click to read more

Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

Come hear Diamonte Walker, Deputy Director of the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA), about her approach to accelerating business and career growth by building a dynamic personal brand and enhancing the brand o … click to read more

Best of Pittsburgh with Dean Waite: Randyland

The Explore Pittsburgh with Dean Waite series started Fall Semester 2017. This fall will be the 5th series, and we are bringing back the 6 most popular outings. Do plan to participate - get to know or rediscover this beautifu … click to read more

Team Menus & Voting

Our teams have developed the menus for lunch M-F from 11/11 - 11/21. Please vote everyday to score the menu! Some of your favorites may make it permanently into our menus! … click to read more

Graduate Psychology - Virtual Information Session

Interested in the field of Psychology? Please join us at our Graduate Psychology virtual information session hosted by a Chatham faculty member. Our programs include the MA in Psychology, MS in Counseling Psychology and … click to read more

Undergraduate Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues - Where Do We Draw the Line? #2

Political Polarization on Social Media: Space to Learn vs. Proving a Point The current political climate is full of sound bites, back and forth debate, and lack of productive communication across difference. No matter wher … click to read more

Diversity Dialogue at Eden Hall

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Networking Mixer: Sustainability, Food Studies, and Green Jobs

Put your networking skills to work and meet representatives from organizations doing innovative work in Sustainability, Food Studies, and Green industry. Register on Handshake: https://chatham.joinhandshake.com/events/317088/ … click to read more

Graduate Academic Visit Day - Food Studies

Join us for an Academic Visit Day to learn more about the graduate Food Studies program! Prospective students will attend Dr. Julier's Food Systems class, dine with current students and faculty, tour the campus, and learn ab … click to read more

PMI Pittsburgh Chapter Meeting "Downtown with Ginger"

Join B&E Dept. Program Assistant,Ginger Polozoff, MBA, PMP, and Chatham students, faculty, and alumni interested in project management for the monthly PMI Pittsburgh chapter meeting. PMI Pittsburgh is delighted to coll … click to read more

PMI Pittsburgh Northern Satellite Meetings at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus

PMI Pittsburgh is delighted to announce a new collaboration with Chatham University to support our members and interested guests in the North Hills. Please join us from 6 PM to enjoy networking with other professionals, relax … click to read more

Last Piano Compositions of Great Composers

Works by Bach, Chopin, Schubert, Debussy and Scriabin. Akina Kondoh, piano … click to read more

140 Things

Explore Chatham, the surrounding Pittsburgh community, and take up the challenge—cross these 140 activities off your bucket list before you graduate! Stay tuned for ways to get involved as you take up a campus or city-wide ad … click to read more

Outdoor Recreation: Ace Axe Throwing part of the Discover Pittsburgh Saturday Series

Come out and experience the thrill of throwing axes at targets in a safe environment. … click to read more

Saturday Campus Tour + Transfer Open House

Saturday Campus tours provide a nice general overview of Chatham and the opportunity to take a group tour of campus with a current student. Interested in transferring to Chatham? Come to our Transfer Visit Day. Hear about ou … click to read more

Best of Pittsburgh with Dean Waite: Candle Lab & Pusadee's Garden

Join Dean Waite as we enjoy Pittsburgh's very own Candle Lab! Create your own candle or custom room spray. Afterwards, join us for a late lunch at Pusadee's Garden, a traditional Thai restaurant! *please note candles a … click to read more

Immersive Media + Interior Architecture Academic Visit Day

Join faculty and current students to learn more about Immersive Media and Interior Architecture at Chatham University! This information packed and hands on day will help prospective students learn more about these in-demand p … click to read more

Harvest Dinner - Hours of Operation

Anderson will close for the day at 4:00pm for our team to prepare for the Harvest Dinner. We will re-open with regular hours on Thursday, November 21. … click to read more

Prospective Graduate Student Webinar - Falk School of Sustainability

Join us to learn more about the graduate programs in sustainability and food studies! The session will be co-hosted by Peter Walker, Dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, and Trish Golla, Assistant Director of Graduate … click to read more

Purple Power Friday

Show off your Chatham spirit with a Purple Power t-shirt! Find us every other Friday on campus as we hand them out, and swap in an old t-shirt to pick yours up. Already have a Purple Power shirt? Wear yours & come see us to p … click to read more

Outdoor Recreation: Ice Skating & Holiday Market at PPG Plaza part of the Discover Pittsburgh Saturday Series

Enjoy a day downtown at the Holiday Market at PPG Plaza as well as ice skating. … click to read more

Holiday Break Hours of Operation

On 11/27 Last Board Meal before break: Lunch. Anderson, Eastside & Eden Hall will close at 2:00pm, Cafe Rachel at 5:00pm. We will re-open on Sunday, December 1 at Dinner. Refer to my.chatham and our social media for more … click to read more

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+ Add to Calendar 12/02/2019 12:00AM 01/07/2019 11:55PM 15 Clear This Display! STUDENT CONTEST ALERT: Starting Monday December 2nd and running through January 7th, if you check out an item on our Clear This Display table, you can enter into our raffle to win PRIZES! Stop in before the Fall semester is over to grab a couple fun reads for your winter break! Here are the guidelines: 1) Be a Chatham University student. 2) When checking an item out, be sure to fill out the slip that comes with it and submit your entry at the circulation desk after check-out! 3) Enter as many times as you want! One entry per item checked out from the table. 4) Take items home and enjoy! Be aware of the due dates. Some items can be kept over break, some will need to come back before you leave. We have 2 prizes for participating students. One is a guaranteed individual study room for ALL of Spring 2019 finals week, stocked with your favorite goodies to get you through, OR a $10 gift certificate to Café Rachel. The first name to be drawn will get to pick the prize they want. The second name to be drawn will get the second prize. We'll be conducting the drawing when we all get back from break, so keep tabs on social media and your email to see if you're a winner. Our main display on the first floor of the library will be devoted to juicy and entertaining books and movies to help you relax while class is out. Help us clear the entire display! Do your worst! We don't want a single item left! JKM Library, First Floor Jocelyn Codner j.codner@chatham.edu

Clear This Display!

STUDENT CONTEST ALERT: Starting Monday December 2nd and running through January 7th, if you check out an item on our Clear This Display table, you can enter into our raffle to win PRIZES! Stop in before the Fall semester is o … click to read more

Just Films - Las Madres de Berks

Las Madres de Berks documentary shares the testimonials of four mothers that were detained for 2 years with their children at The Berks County Residential Center, a family prison in Pennsylvania. The film will be followed by … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Purple Power Friday

Show off your Chatham spirit with a Purple Power t-shirt! Find us every other Friday on campus as we hand them out, and swap in an old t-shirt to pick yours up. Already have a Purple Power shirt? Wear yours & come see us to p … click to read more

Word Circus

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Academic Scholarship Day

Register for the upcoming Academic Scholarship Day to earn more money for your education at Chatham. Join us at our stunning Shadyside Campus where you can learn more about our challenging academics in the areas of sustainabi … click to read more

School Counselor Workshop

The School Counselor Workshop will cover trending topics in college admissions. Attendees will leave the workshop with new ideas for helping students along their college search journey, while also having more insight into how … click to read more

Pop UP

Join us at the Carriage House Patio for our Final "finals" pop-up. Time TBD. All forms of payment accepted, so please remember to bring your Chatham ID if you'd like to use your meal plan. … click to read more

Undergraduate Housing Closes for Winter Break

Residence Halls and Apartments close for winter break at 8:00 p.m. on December 12, 2019. Only residents who have requested and been approved for winter break housing will be permitted to stay. … click to read more

PMI Pittsburgh Northern Satellite Meetings at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus

PMI Pittsburgh is delighted to announce a new collaboration with Chatham University to support our members and interested guests in the North Hills. Please join us from 6 PM to enjoy networking with other professionals, relax … click to read more

PMI Pittsburgh Chapter Meeting "Downtown with Ginger"

Join B&E Dept. Program Assistant,Ginger Polozoff, MBA, PMP, and Chatham students, faculty, and alumni interested in project management for the monthly PMI Pittsburgh chapter meeting. PMI Pittsburgh is delighted to coll … click to read more

December 2019 Commencement

Chatham University's December 2019 Commencement Ceremony will be held on Friday, December 13, at 2:00 p.m. at the Shadyside Campus Athletic & Fitness Center. This is a ticketed event and tickets are required for admission. … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Saturday Campus Visit

Saturday tours and information sessions will be held on with a 10 a.m. tour and 11 a.m. information session. We invite you to learn more abut the campus and chat with an undergraduate counselor! … click to read more

Prospective Graduate Student Webinar - Falk School of Sustainability

Join us to learn more about the graduate programs in sustainability and food studies! The session will be co-hosted by Peter Walker, Dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, and Trish Golla, Assistant Director of Graduate … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Undergraduate Housing Opens for Returning Students

Undergraduate residence halls and apartments open for returning students at 9:00 a.m. … click to read more

Just Films - No Mas Bebes

This event is free and open to the public. No Más Bebés tells the story of a little-known but landmark event in reproductive justice, when a small group of Mexican immigrant women sued county doctors, the state, and the U.S. … click to read more

Saturday Campus Tour

Saturday tours and information sessions will be held on with a 10 a.m. tour and 11 a.m. information session. We invite you to learn more abut the campus and chat with an undergraduate counselor! … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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Undergraduate Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

Academic Scholarship Day

Register for the upcoming Academic Scholarship Day to earn more money for your education at Chatham. Join us at our stunning Shadyside Campus where you can learn more about our challenging academics in the areas of sustainabi … click to read more

Saturday Campus Tour

Saturday tours and information sessions will be held on with a 10 a.m. tour and 11 a.m. information session. We invite you to learn more abut the campus and chat with an undergraduate counselor! … click to read more

Just Films - Netizens

This event is free and open to the public. Netizens delves into the lives of three women whose lives have been transformed by online harassment. Carrie Goldberg is an attorney in New York City, who launches an internet privac … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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Academic Visit Day

Attend an Academic Visit Day to experience how Chatham University is committed to educating strong, smart, men and women like you to make the most of your future. Get to know campus better and take an in-depth look at our … click to read more

Undergraduate Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability - February 2020 Workshop

Join educators from throughout the region at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and explore sustainability topics that will ignite student interests and make them eager to solve the most challenging problems of the 21st century using … click to read more

Academic Scholarship Day

Register for the upcoming Academic Scholarship Day to earn more money for your education at Chatham. Join us at our stunning Shadyside Campus where you can learn more about our challenging academics in the areas of sustainabi … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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Just Films - I am the Revolution

This event is free and open to the public. I Am The Revolution is an inspiring documentary about three women fighting for freedom and gender equality - Selay Ghaffar, Rojda Felat, and Yanar Mohammed- while living in three o … click to read more

Saturday Campus Tour

Saturday tours and information sessions will be held on with a 10 a.m. tour and 11 a.m. information session. We invite you to learn more abut the campus and chat with an undergraduate counselor! … click to read more

Graduate Open House

Join us at a Chatham Graduate School Open House where you can meet faculty, learn more about your program of interest, and get your questions answered. Learn more about the following through tabled events and presentations: … click to read more

Undergraduate Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

2020 Pittsburgh Regional Faculty Symposium

Hosted at Chatham University this year, the Symposium is a regional collaboration of colleges and universities with attendance made up of faculty, graduate student instructors and faculty support specialists from across disci … click to read more

Accepted & New Student Registration Day

New Student Registration Day is more than just making it official. By deciding that Chatham is the place for you and submitting your deposit, you're taking your real first step into your college education! … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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Undergraduate Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Department of Science Student 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 … click to read more

Accepted & New Student Registration Day

New Student Registration Day is more than just making it official. By deciding that Chatham is the place for you and submitting your deposit, you're taking your real first step into your college education! … click to read more

Undergraduate Housing Closes for Spring Term

Undergraduate Residence Halls and Apartments close for Spring Term at noon. on April 24, 2019. Only residents who are graduating or been approved to stay are permitted to remain on-campus. … click to read more

Junior Visit Day

Join faculty and current students to learn more about Chatham University! This information packed and hands-on day will help high school juniors early in their college search to learn more about the college admission process … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Accepted & New Student Registration Day

New Student Registration Day is more than just making it official. By deciding that Chatham is the place for you and submitting your deposit, you're taking your real first step into your college education! … click to read more

Saturday Campus Tour

Saturday tours and information sessions will be held on with a 10 a.m. tour and 11 a.m. information session. We invite you to learn more abut the campus and chat with an undergraduate counselor! … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability - June 2020 Workshop

Join educators from throughout the region at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and explore sustainability topics that will ignite student interests and make them eager to solve the most challenging problems of the 21st century using … click to read more

Summer Visit Day

Attend a Summer Visit Day to see how Chatham students benefit from our mix of highly professional preparation and liberal arts skill-building in areas driving tomorrow's economy - health and sustainability; business and commu … click to read more

Accepted & New Student Registration Day

New Student Registration Day is more than just making it official. By deciding that Chatham is the place for you and submitting your deposit, you're taking your real first step into your college education! … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Transfer Registration Day

Already accepted and deposited? Then attend Transfer Friday to meet with a faculty advisor to figure out what classes to register for, take your student ID photo, complete a housing survey, and set up your Chatham e-mail acco … click to read more

Summer Visit Day

Attend a Summer Visit Day to see how Chatham students benefit from our mix of highly professional preparation and liberal arts skill-building in areas driving tomorrow's economy - health and sustainability; business and commu … click to read more

Summer Open House

Attend our Summer Open House to see how Chatham University is committed to educating strong, smart men and women like you to make the most of your future. At the Open House you will take a tour of campus and learn about our t … click to read more