Chatham Events

As part of Chatham's proactive health measures to help limit the spread of COVID-19, Chatham has prohibited all on-campus events larger than 20 people until Friday, April 17th. Events will either be cancelled, shifted to a virtual format or postponed to a later date. You should check with the event contact for any events on the calendar below to confirm the status.


Alumni Virtual Event Series: Alumni Webinar with Cassandra Malis, MAFS '16

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Please join Cassandra Malis MAFS '16, Program Manager, Center for Regional Agriculture, Food, and Transformation (CRAFT), as she discusses CRAFT's mission to make the regional food system stronger during these times. Cassandra will discuss how CRAFT is helping farmers, restaurants, and bakeries meet the shifting demands of consumers, production, online sales and non-contact delivery. Cassandra Malis is a graduate of the Food Studies Masters of Arts program at Chatham University, with a concen ...

Career Webinar with Chelsea Hilty, Education and Events Coordinator, Group Against Smog and Pollution and Amber Stacey, Naturalist Educator, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Both Chelsea and Amber are educators and work to get people of all ages outdoors and interested in nature. Chelsea works at GASP, which specializes in improving air quality in southwestern PA. Amber works at the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, encouraging community members to use and care for the city's parks. This series of sustainability career webinars is offered at a 6th grade level of vocabulary. They are intended for K-12 students, and are open to any age. These informational interviews a ...

Thu

May 28

+ Add to Calendar 05/28/2020 12:00PM 05/28/2020 1:00PM 15 Webinar: Anxiety Solutions For Business Leaders During Covid-19 Did you know that stress is responsible for up to 90% of illness because it lowers our immune system? During these unprecedented times, managing stress and other negative emotions is essential for your good health, ability to lead and be successful. During this webinar, you will: - Discover the 4 universal triggers for emotional struggle during Covid-19; - Have access to an exclusive tool to help you uncover your primary emotional trigger; - Learn Coach Monique's trademarked Delete Delete Technique™ so that you can easily shift negative stressful thinking to more positive thinking; - Get a "user's manual" to help you understand how to get your mind to work for you rather than against you when it comes to your negative emotions; - Learn Coach Monique's trademarked Peel Away The Story Technique™ to overcome a limiting belief. Lots of experts will tell you what to do, but Coach Monique will actually give you her easy to learn, easy to use, and immediately relevant tools, techniques, education, and solutions to help you overcome your Covid-19 stress and anxiety TODAY. Coach Monique is a Change Management Expert with 17 years’ experience working as a Life and Executive Coach. All of her work is based on Brain-Science, Emotional Intelligence, The Science of Well-Being, and The Psychology of Happiness. To register for the Webinar, CLICK HERE! .Event page: http://www.chatham.edu/events/details.cfm?eventID=27844 Online Mitra Saeidi womens-entrepreneurship@chatham.edu

Webinar: Anxiety Solutions For Business Leaders During Covid-19

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

Did you know that stress is responsible for up to 90% of illness because it lowers our immune system? During these unprecedented times, managing stress and other negative emotions is essential for your good health, ability to lead and be successful. During this webinar, you will: - Discover the 4 universal triggers for emotional struggle during Covid-19; - Have access to an exclusive tool to help you uncover your primary emotional trigger; - Learn Coach Monique's trademarked Delete Delete T ...

Fri

May 29

+ Add to Calendar 05/29/2020 9:30AM 05/29/2020 10:30AM 15 Career Webinar with Ariam Ford, Executive Director, Grounded Strategies Ariam believes that having trees, plants, flowers, and wildlife in the neighborhood makes people FEEL better and their presence contributes to how well they score on tests or how stressed or anxious they feel and that these elements are associated with higher levels of educational attainment and earning potential. She and her team at Grounded Strategies research on why some neighborhoods have abundance of trees, plants, and flowers and some have more trash on streets and are unsafe and unstewarded green space and take actions to improve the conditions of the neighborhoods. This series of sustainability career webinars is offered at a 6th grade level of vocabulary. They are intended for K-12 students, and are open to any age. These informational interviews are intended to expose students to the variety of jobs available in the field. After the adult describes a normal day at their job, what they love about their job, its challenges and what it took to get there for about 15 minutes, the dialogue becomes open to student Q & A. Chatham students are welcome to attend, but please allow K-12 students to have the priority for asking questions, and please try to also keep vocabulary at a 6th grade level to help make the workshop age inclusive. .Event page: http://www.chatham.edu/events/details.cfm?eventID=27813 Zoom Kelly Henderson khenderson@chatham.edu
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Career Webinar with Ariam Ford, Executive Director, Grounded Strategies

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Ariam believes that having trees, plants, flowers, and wildlife in the neighborhood makes people FEEL better and their presence contributes to how well they score on tests or how stressed or anxious they feel and that these elements are associated with higher levels of educational attainment and earning potential. She and her team at Grounded Strategies research on why some neighborhoods have abundance of trees, plants, and flowers and some have more trash on streets and are unsafe and unstewar ...

Learn English Through TV Shows

8:00 AM - 8:50 AM

Sign up for 9 weekly workshops on Learning English Through TV Shows from May 29 to July 31. Students will watch several episodes from a TV show chosen by the instructor before each live workshop. During the workshop they will discuss the content, learn new idioms and expressions, and practice conversational skills. At the end of the course, they will perform a "show" that they create with other students. The workshop time will be every Friday, 8-8:50am US Eastern Time except Friday, July 3.

Pronunciation and Public Speaking

9:00 AM - 9:50 AM

Sign up for 9 weekly workshops on Pronunciation and Public Speaking from May 26 to July 31. Before each workshop, students will prepare a short speech to deliver in class and get feedback from peers and the instructor. The instructor will help the students to improve their speeches through more effective pronunciation and other delivery techniques. The workshop time will be every Friday, 9-9:50am, U.S. Eastern Time, except Friday, July 3.

Alumni Virtual Event Series: Career Q+A Online Interviewing with Kate Labriola

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Please join Kate Labriola, Assistant Director of Career Development for a career webinar on online interviewing. Learn professional techniques to prepare you for your next online interview! . Join us at 12:30 PM EDT. Kate Labriola serves as the Assistant Director of Career Development at Chatham University, where she oversees the internships and experiential learning. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Susquehanna University and a Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communica ...

Concept to Launch - Online

05:30 PM - 07:30 PM

"Concept to Launch" is a 6-week entrepreneurial training program for women in the early stages of starting a business. Dates: Six Wednesday evenings from 5:30-7:30 PM starting on June 3rd and ending on July 8th. The June program will be offered Online Only and offered at a reduced rate of $45. The program is capped at 15 participants. Required: Zoom capable device and internet access to participate. We hope to offer the Concept to Launch program in person again later in the year. Cla ...

LIVESTREAM: Women Business Leaders Breakfast

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM

In times of crisis and uncertainty, communications are more critical than ever. In addition to sharing important information, an organization’s communications in a crisis, like the COVID-19 pandemic, should aim to bring clarity and calm. What happens when that ‘crisis’ begins to feel like a ‘new normal’ to employees? How can communications boost employee morale, build connections despite physical distance, and strengthen the pride of the workforce? Furthermore, how does this affect customers, ve ...

Thu

Jun 18

+ Add to Calendar 06/18/2020 12:00PM 06/25/2020 1:00PM 15 Webinar Series: Podcast 101 - Create & Launch A Podcast Part I: From Vision to Podcast - June 18, 2020 from 12:00-1:00PM Part I of the Podcast 101 webinar series will cover bringing your podcast vision to life. The "how-to" from concept to creation will be discussed. The following elements of creating a podcast will be covered; overview, format, theme, content, timeline, artwork, music, intro, and outro pieces. Presenters: Lillie Leonardi, a twice traditionally published author with Hay House, podcast host, producer, and founder of Passages & Prose, LLC. Her company assists authors to cultivate, navigate, publish, and promote their literary works in both audio and print formats, produce podcasts and webinars. Chris Sichi a photographer and editor for KDKA-TV, a freelance multi-media professional that works alongside authors and artists to bring their creative visions to life. Part II: Elements of Production - June 25, 2020 from 12:00-1:00PM Part II of the Podcast 101 webinar series will cover technical and equipment needs, as well as promotional facets of podcast development. The following elements will be covered; technology, equipment, launch, marketing, and sponsorship. Presenters: Lillie Leonardi, a twice traditionally published author with Hay House, podcast host, producer, and founder of Passages & Prose, LLC. Her company assists authors to cultivate, navigate, publish, and promote their literary works in both audio and print formats, produce podcasts and webinars. Chris Sichi a photographer and editor for KDKA-TV, a freelance multi-media professional that works alongside authors and artists to bring their creative visions to life. To register for the Webinar Series, CLICK HERE! .Event page: http://www.chatham.edu/events/details.cfm?eventID=27877 Online Mitra Saeidi womens-entrepreneurship@chatham.edu

Webinar Series: Podcast 101 - Create & Launch A Podcast

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

Part I: From Vision to Podcast - June 18, 2020 from 12:00-1:00PM Part I of the Podcast 101 webinar series will cover bringing your podcast vision to life. The "how-to" from concept to creation will be discussed. The following elements of creating a podcast will be covered; overview, format, theme, content, timeline, artwork, music, intro, and outro pieces. Presenters: Lillie Leonardi, a twice traditionally published author with Hay House, podcast host, producer, and founder of Passages & Pros ...