Corporate, Foundation, and Government Relations
The Office of Corporate, Foundation, and Government Relations connects the corporate, foundation, and government community with the faculty, researchers, and students of Chatham University. Working closely with University departments and outreach centers, our goal is to advance the University's teaching, research, and community programs by aligning University priorities with local, regional, and national donor interest. The Corporate, Foundation, and Government Relations team provides institutional donors with a central point of contact for managing interactions among university departments and building links between our donors and the programs and projects they support.
It is an exciting time to partner with Chatham University. Chatham is home to almost 2,300 undergraduate and graduate students, and outreach centers like the Pennsylvania Center for Women and Politics, the Rachel Carson Institute, and the Center for Women's Entrepreneurship. Chatham's Shadyside Campus includes the historic, 39-acre Woodland Road arboretum campus and the new Chatham Eastside at Fifth and Penn avenues.
In 2008, Chatham received 388 acres of undeveloped farmland and woodland in Richland Township, Pennsylvania from the Eden Hall Foundation. Now called the Eden Hall Campus, this gift will enable Chatham to expand its academic and environmental programs and will also be the home of Chatham's School of Sustainability and the Environment. The Eden Hall Campus presents the University and its partners with unprecedented opportunities to transform sustainability education and stand at the forefront of scholarly training and research.