Eden Hall Campus uses sustainable technologies and methods to model new approaches in five key areas.
One of the best ways to learn more about our degree programs and experience Eden Hall Campus is to visit campus. On a campus visit, you will meet with an admission representative and tour campus. Please call 412-365-1825, e-mail email@example.com or complete our request a visit form to schedule your visit.
In addition to campus visits, we hold open house events and information sessions on campus at various times throughout the year.
Visit our Directions page for directions to Eden Hall Campus.
Eden Hall Campus
The Falk School of Sustainability at Chatham University was founded in 2010, and has been named after Sigo Falk, longtime Chatham Trustee and Chair of the Falk Foundation, following the $15 million gift from the Falk Foundation to support the School of Sustainability and Eden Hall Campus. One of the earliest schools of its kind in the country, the Falk School is a wellspring for leadership and education to overcome current and future sustainability challenges.
The development of the Falk School of Sustainability was inspired by the work of alumna Rachel Carson '29, whose knowledge about the environment and passion to preserve it are traits that drive the mission of the school. The academic programs in the Falk School are dedicated to producing the sustainability leaders of today and the future.
The Bachelor of Sustainability program equips students with skills and knowledge that translate to more than knowing what to do, but to actually showing what they've done. Read more »
The Master of Sustainability prepares students to be the agents of change that governments, companies, and other organizations need to lead their sustainability initiatives. Read more »
The MSUS + MBA program uniquely positions graduates for sustainability management and leadership roles in business and government sectors.
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The Food Studies + MBA program provides breadth and depth in food studies, business, and sustainable business for a holistic understanding of food systems. Read more »
Through K-12 programming and events at Eden Hall Campus, a more sustainable future starts sooner. Students can explore and participate in a variety of activities that broaden their awareness of food, energy, nature, science, mathematics, and more. Educators can discover how they can take those same principles of sustainability into their classrooms to create fun and educational lessons that have meaning and applicability.