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Chatham University breaks ground on next-generation sustainable campus Food, Farm and Field Program

Welcome to the virtual home of the Falk School of Sustainability (Falk School) at Chatham University. Founded in 2010 after the tremendous gift of the 388-acre Eden Hall Campus from the Eden Hall Foundation, Falk School provides sustainable alternatives to today's regional, national and global social, economic, and environmental concerns.

The Falk School is now admitting students to four programs: Master of Arts in Food Studies, Master of Sustainability, Bachelor of Sustainability (new for 2014!), and the Executive Master of Sustainability Leadership. These programs serve the school's mission: to promote, through education, research, and outreach, a transdisciplinary, systems–based approach to simultaneously improve economic, social, and environmental well–being.

All of our students, faculty, and staff engage in courses, projects, and careers that further this mission.

Please take time to explore our site and visit often for updates and news or sign-up for updates here.