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New Student Enrollment Increases at Chatham University

PITTSBURGH – On Monday, August 25th, 2014, Chatham University welcomed 761 new undergraduate and graduate students from 30 states and 8 foreign countries to the 2014-2015 academic year. This is an increase in new student enrollment over the previous year across the institution, including an 11% growth in new, first-time, first-year students entering Chatham.
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Chatham Psychology Professor Receives Fellowship In Support of Anti-Bullying Research

PITTSBURGH – The American Association of University Women (AAUW) awarded a 2014-15 American Fellowship to Chatham faculty member, Britney G. Brinkman, Ph.D. Dr. Brinkman is an Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology at Chatham University. American Fellowships, AAUW’s oldest and largest funding program, dates back to 1888 and support women scholars who are completing doctoral dissertations, conducting postdoctoral research, or finishing research for publication.
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Two Chatham Grad Students Receive Fellowships to Address Health Disparities in Under-Resourced Communities

PITTSBURGH – Two Chatham University graduate students in the Master of Arts in Food Studies and Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing programs begin the 2014-2015 academic school year named 2014-2015 Albert Schweitzer Fellows. As part of the The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF) program,  21 Pittsburgh-based graduate students will follow the example set by famed physician-humanitarian Albert Schweitzer (for whom their Fellowship is named), and spend the next year developing and implementing service projects that address the root causes of health disparities in under-resourced communities. The 2014-2015 Chatham University Schweitzer Fellows and their projects are:
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Chatham Announces First-Ever Men’s Basketball Coach

PITTSBURGH, PA — Chatham University welcomes Andrew Garcia who has been named Chatham University’s first men’s basketball coach. The Cougars will take the court for the first time in 2015 along with additional men’s sport programs in baseball, cross country, swimming and diving, track and field, and volleyball.  He will also serve as Chatham’s Sports Information Director.
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Sierra Magazine ranks Chatham for the 2nd year in a row as one America’s “greenest colleges”

The magazine’s eight annual ranking of the nation’s “Cool Schools” recognizes colleges for upholding high environmental standards

PITTSBURGHSierra magazine, the official publication of the Sierra Club, has ranked Chatham University as the country’s 20th greenest university in its eighth annual ranking of the nation’s “Cool Schools.” The rankings, published in the magazine’s latest issue, salute the higher education institutions across the United States that are weaving sustainability into their culture. Chatham is ranked at number twenty this year, improving 5 spots over last year’s ranking. View the full listing.
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Who helps the helpers? New research by Chatham University Psychology faculty and students explore usage of and attitudes toward counseling services by Catholic Priests

PITTSBURGH: With a shortage of Catholic priests for existing parishes and the demanding nature of the priestly role, research has found evidence of depression, stress, burnout, and loneliness among Catholic priests. New research out of Chatham University shows that priests have a positive attitude about seeking mental health services, and that nearly 60% of priests in the study had sought mental health services for support during their time in ministry.
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