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: 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 ...

Teaching Sustainability, Systems Thinking and Elements of PBL

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

This workshop is open to K-12 educators as a modified version of our typical full-day "PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability" workshop. Learning Outcomes (educators will be able to...: * Engage with sustainability frameworks, mindsets and definitions * Integrate concrete tools and activities to help students with "systems thinking" into in-person or virtual instruction * Locate Chatham's collection of virtual learning resources related to sustainability topics. Provide input on the futur ...

PBL and Virtual Learning

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

What are the best practices for virtual PBL? Hear from current educators that have been modifying their Project Based Learning units for virtual learning. Panelists TBA. Act 48 Certificates will be given to all participants. This is the second in a series of three workshops, which include: June 8th, 12-1pm - "Teaching Sustainability, Systems Thinking and Elements of Project Based Learning (PBL)" June 16th, 12 - 1pm (1 - 2pm optional) - Planning Virtual PBL: Peer Feedback and Offi ...

LIVESTREAM: Women Business Leaders Breakfast

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM

Angela Wheland, Vice President, Communications, FedEx Ground will discuss “Being Essential in a Crisis.” 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 phys ...

Planning Virtual PBL: Peer Feedback and Office Hours

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

This workshop is open to K-12 educators as a modified version of our typical full-day "PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability" workshop. 12 - 1pm: Share out on ways you are modifying existing or building new Project Based Learning (PBL) modules and units for virtual learning this spring or fall. Peer and expert feedback will be structured into this time together with a community of learners. Come with planning materials ready to share! 1-2pm: Open office hours and on-screen working time w ...

Webinar: What’s in Your Post-Shutdown Marketing Toolkit?

12:00 PM - 01:30 PM

Marketing a small business during the coronavirus pandemic is full of challenges. As small businesses are slowly reopening, the right marketing plan is essential. Learn tips, tricks, and action items you can use immediately to grow your business’s presence through traditional and social media marketing platforms. Join the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Western Pennsylvania District Office and the Chatham University Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship (CWE) for this free strategic marke ...

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. 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 equip ...

Webinar: Connect with Customers and Manage Your Business Remotely

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The coronavirus outbreak presents new, unprecedented challenges for small business owners as they strive to run their businesses and to connect with customers. Kyshira Moffett, Google Digital Coach, will lead the online training session “Connect with Customers and Manage Your Business Remotely.” In this presentation, we’re going to discuss the important things you need to do to update your business information online and work remotely, and the Google tools that can help you stay productive no ma ...

Webinar: YouTube Playbook For Small Business Success

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Around the globe, the COVID-19 outbreak is changing the way people work. Organizations are reducing in-person interactions in favor of greater use of virtual platforms. Kyshira Moffett, Google Digital Coach, will lead the online training session “YouTube Playbook for Small Business Success.” Learn how to connect to customers with compelling videos on YouTube. In this session, we will discuss how to reach more customers and grow engagement with video. In this session we’ll offer: Tools for c ...

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Sep 11

+ Add to Calendar 09/11/2020 2:00PM 09/11/2020 3:00PM 15 Career Webinar with Lesley-Ann Dupingy-Giroux, Professor and Climatologist, University of Vermont Dr. Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux is a Professor of Climatology in the Department of Geography at the University of Vermont. Her work spans a number of climate hazards and severe weather, with a special focus on flooding and droughts. As the State Climatologist for Vermont, she engages directly with community groups, K-12 schools, State legislators, Federal and State agencies, and national climate organizations. Dr. Dupigny-Giroux is the lead editor of Historical climate variability and impacts in North America, the first monograph of its kind to deal with the use of documentary and other ancillary records in the analysis of climate variability and change. 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=27900 Zoom Rashmi Salamani rashmi.salamani@chatham.edu
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Career Webinar with Lesley-Ann Dupingy-Giroux, Professor and Climatologist, University of Vermont

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Dr. Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux is a Professor of Climatology in the Department of Geography at the University of Vermont. Her work spans a number of climate hazards and severe weather, with a special focus on flooding and droughts. As the State Climatologist for Vermont, she engages directly with community groups, K-12 schools, State legislators, Federal and State agencies, and national climate organizations. Dr. Dupigny-Giroux is the lead editor of Historical climate variability and impacts in N ...