A culture of cultural appreciation
At Chatham, we strive to be a leader in the internationalization of education. Why? Because as the world becomes more interrelated, we have an opportunity to better prepare our students for our evolving world.
How do we do it? We bring the world here: Chatham strives to be a destination for international students who desire an excellent American education with countless possibilities. They are an active and vibrant part of our student body who quickly become one with the rest of the student population. We get out in the world: Chatham Abroad during our Maymester trips introduce students to new places, people, and ways of being. The Chatham Exchange program allows students to study at other leading institutions around the world. And we better understand the world: Chatham's Global Focus program provides an array of events throughout the year right on Chatham's campus that create a multi-dimensional appreciation and understanding of a featured country or region.
Through this approach, our students truly have the world - and unmatched opportunities - at their fingertips. Proof that Chatham doesn't just think globally; we lead globally.
Holocaust Survivor and Acclaimed Vocalist, Cantor Moshe Taube, to Speak at Chatham University
Holocaust survivor and acclaimed vocalist, Cantor Moshe Taube, will speak at Chatham University on May 8, 2014 at 7:00pm in celebration of Jewish American Heritage Month. The event will be preceded by a kosher wine and cheese reception at 5:30pm.
Cantor Moshe Taube was born in Kracow, Poland in 1927 and began training his singing voice when he was only 8 years old. Like many others of his generation he was forced to endure hardship and tragedy during WWII. He lost most of his family during the Holocaust, including both his mother and sister who lost their lives in the Belzec extermination camp. A real-life beneficiary of "Schindler's List"... Read more.