Chatham University

International Affairs

International Student Academic Success Workshops
Fall 2014

Mondays from 4pm – 5pm in Coolidge Hall Sanger
Thursdays from 4pm – 5pm in Library McGuire Room

Most Monday workshops are presented by the Office of International Affairs. Most Thursday workshops are workshops presented by PACE.

Below is the list of workshops.  Please remember that at least 6 workshops are required for each new International Student.

Mondays and Thursdays
September 4 How to Study in College *
September 8 U.S. Classroom Culture and Classroom Interaction
September 11 How to Take Great Classroom Notes *
September 15 Plagiarism and Citation required for graduate students (library)
September 18 Internships, Practicums and Curricular Practical Training
September 22 Working with your Academic Advisor
September 25 How to Get the Most from your Textbooks in the Least Amount of Time *
September 29 Race/Ethnicity in U.S.
October 2 How to ACE Objective Tests*
October 9 How to Write Strong Essay Tests *

F-1/J-1 immigration requirements  online only.  Can be completed between September 8th and October 3rd.  

*Workshops with asterisks offered by PACE Center

Students unable to attend the workshops may complete the workshop online on Moodle.  The Moodle assignments will be available the next day after the workshop.  Students will have one week to complete the Moodle assignments. 

Please contact, Vivian Yamoah at vyamoah@chatham.edu or +1 412 365–1267 with questions about being an international student at Chatham.