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Asian and Pacific Islander Month Library Display

Stop by the first floor of the JKM Library to learn more about Asian and Pacific Islanders ( both American and not) and to browse and check out items focusing on their history and culture! … click to read more

Jewish Heritage Month Library Display

Come to the first floor of the JKM Library to browse and check out materials that celebrate and honor Jewish and Jewish American heritage during the month of May! … click to read more

Chatham OT Alumni Celebrate 150 in New York City

Calling all Occupational Therapy Alumni in the New York City-area! MOT 1998 alumnus John Indalecio and his husband Michael Gilligan invite you to a reception to celebrate Chatham turning 150 with President David Finegold and … click to read more

Physical Therapy Grand Rounds

"Progression of Return to Sport in a Professional Basketball Player s/p ACL-R" … click to read more

Chatham Celebrates 150 in New York City

Calling all New York City-area Alumni for a reception to celebrate Chatham turning 150 with President David Finegold. … click to read more

Chatham Celebrates 150 in Columbus, OH

Calling all Columbus, OH-area Chatham Alumni and friends! Randi Gelfand Lewis '74 and Evelyn "Evie" Lewis Freeman '70 invite you to dinner to celebrate Chatham turning 150! … click to read more

MAID Virtual Information Session - Meet Program Chair, Prajna Parasher.

A virtual information session for the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Design, including a brief presentation and overview of the program with the Program Chair, Prajna Parasher, and the Admissions Specialist, Rachel Fiscu … click to read more

MFAFDT Virtual Information Session - Meet Program Chair, Prajna Parasher.

A virtual information session for the Master of Fine Arts in Film and Digital Technology, including a brief presentation and overview of the program with the Program Chair, Prajna Parasher, and the Admissions Specialist, Rach … click to read more

Workshop: What is My Business Worth?

Chatham’s Women Business Center in partnership with Enterprise Bank University will present a free workshop focused on the complex process behind business valuations and business acquisition. Speakers: Brad Jadlowiec, Senio … click to read more

The Veranda Gathering

Join the Eden Hall Campus for an intimate farm to fork dinner emphasizing locally sourced ingredients with the themes of Basil and Italian Cuisine featuring Parma Sausage. Cash Bar will open at 6:30 and the First Course wi … click to read more

Degree Conferral for Spring 2019 Graduates

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Transfer Open House

Interested in transferring to Chatham? Come to our Transfer Open House. Hear about our top-notch academics and learn about our transfer process. Take a tour and speak one on one with a transfer counselor. Feel free to bring a … click to read more

Admitted Students Webinar

Congratulations as an Admitted Student to Chatham University! Why is it important to join in on a webinar as an Admitted Student? First, hear questions from other Students you may not have thought of! -In addition... -D … click to read more

Jazz Themed Dinner

Come to the Eden Hall Campus before the concert to enjoy a Jazz Themed dinner. Dine in our Esther Barazonne Center Dining Hall before the show or pack a to-go container and enjoy a picnic during the concert. Please prepay … click to read more

Sat

Jun 01

+ Add to Calendar 06/01/2019 6:30PM 06/01/2019 9:00PM 15 Jazz Night Join us for a night of Jazz in our beautiful Hilda Willis Outdoor Amphitheater. The show begins at 6:30 with The Funky Fly Project, followed by and intermission. The night then closes with The Cross Currents Featuring Stacia Abbott. Enjoy dinner before the show in the Esther Barazzone Center before the show or fill a to-go container to enjoy a picnic during. Please preregister for dinner here. About the Bands: The Funky Fly Project The Funky Fly Project is a funk and jazz group operating out of Pittsburgh, PA consisting of Winston Bell, Henry Schultz, Brandon Terry, and Eric Dowdell Jr. A powerful combination of skill and virtuosic playing, you would never know by listening that each member of the project is less than nineteen years old. Developing a sound well beyond their age, the quartet fuse classic jazz styles with contemporary funk to create a unique sound that leaves listeners in awe. The Funky Fly Project flaunts the soloistic skills of the players while showcasing the group’s inspiring ability to write original compositions with unmatched style and grace. Pulling together an arsenal of different styles and techniques, each track on their debut CD “Deja Vu” is laden with the fresh excitement of youth and expertise rarely found in today’s world of pop music. Read More about The Funky Fly Project. Cross Currents Cross Currents has been on the Pittsburgh scene for the last 6 years covering a wide spectrum of music including Smooth Jazz, Fusion and R&B. The name Cross Currents comes from the ability to change musical styles at will and all under the umbrella of jazz. The group consists of Mark Lucus on Guitar, John Hall on Bass, Timothy Woodruff on Drums, and Max Leake on Keyboards, all working professional musicians and music educators, and all adding to the pot of musical excellence. Stacia Abbott Stacia A. Abbott is a vocalist from East Liverpool, Ohio. Ms. Abbott has been singing as far back as she can remember! Being exposed to various musical styles at an early age she became a lover of all the different genres of music. It all started in the church choir under the musical direction of her mother and grandfather. Those teachings led to many opportunities for Ms. Abbott. She served as the Director of the Greater Faith Family Worship Center YouthChoir for several years and is now currently a member of the Dwayne Dolphin Piccolo Bass Band where she is the lead vocalist. This experience has allowed her to be featured on the debut album, “INDIGENOUS” recorded by the maestro himself, Dwayne Dolphin. She is also in the process of recording in the studio with a few of Pittsburgh’s finest: Brett Williams, Jevon Rushton and Roby “Super Sax” Edwards! You can catch her sharing her artistry at various venues in the city. Through her vast love of music, it has allowed her to accomplish many endeavors. Being a part of the East Liverpool Community Partnership for Revitalization has led to a very successful annual Ceramic City Jazz and Blues Festival within her hometown. She also provides services for the August Wilson Center for African American Culture in Pittsburgh, PA. Ms. Abbott’s singing style is a combination of classic R&B, Neo-Soul and Jazz with her Gospel roots infused throughout. She has graced the stage with some of Pittsburgh’s finest up and coming artists, local favorites as well as with some of the living legends of Pittsburgh. Hilda Willis Amphitheater Eden Hall Events EdenHallEvents@Chatham.edu

Jazz Night

Join us for a night of Jazz in our beautiful Hilda Willis Outdoor Amphitheater. The show begins at 6:30 with The Funky Fly Project, followed by and intermission. The night then closes with The Cross Currents Featuring Staci … click to read more

Summer Reading

Stop by the first floor of the JKM Library to pick up a recommended read for your summer vacation! All books have been included on the JKM Library's official Summer Reading list in 2019 or earlier years. Don't leave without a … click to read more

Pride!

Visit our Pride Month book display on the first floor of the JKM Library and check out a great book today! … click to read more

Chatham Alumni Pizza Party at Driftwood Oven

The Pittsburgh Events Planning Committee invites you to join fellow Chatham Alumni for an eating experience at Driftwood Oven, voted Top 50 Best New Restaurant by Bon Appétit magazine! During your multi-course meal, you'll h … click to read more

Making a Difference: Women in the Executive Branch

Please join the Pennsylvania Center for Women and Politics' NEW Leadership Pennsylvania program to celebrate women in leadership. Keynote: "Making a Difference: Women in the Executive Branch" featuring Acting Secretary Kat … click to read more

Student Employee Orientation

Student Employment Orientation is a program specifically for newly hired student employees for the current Spring 2019 and upcoming Summer 2019 terms. All student employees must attend one orientation session. … click to read more

Women in Leadership Keynote Dinner

Join our NEW Leadership PA 2019 class and members of the Chatham Community at the Women in Public Leadership Dinner. *Please bring a pocket full of business cards and your best meet-and-greet skills to share with our stu … click to read more

Intro to Sewing Machines

The perfect workshop to develop some basic machine sewing skills by learning how to use sewing tools & equipment, the best use for various fabrics, and much more. This foundational, all-levels workshop will be a step-by-step … click to read more

Sat

Jun 08

+ Add to Calendar 06/08/2019 6:00PM 06/08/2019 9:00PM 15 Game of Thrones Farm to Table Dinner As the final season comes to an end, join us for a celebration send-off that is (almost) as exciting as the Red Wedding! Join us for a feast of Westeros, featuring a meticulously crafted menu offering a tour from Beyond the Wall to King’s Landing. Choose your alliance and dine as though you are the true ruler of the Seven Kingdoms. The menu will feature local purveyors and featured cocktails. Menu: Passed apps: Dornish Popcorn - Cumin and coriander dusted popcorn with dried apricots and cranberries Wildling Forged Terrine - rabbit and pork country-style terrine, crostini, stone-ground mustard, and Cornichon Stationed: The Boar that Killed Robert Baratheon - Local charcuterie and cheese Cash bar: Wine offerings, seasonal-themed cocktails, local beer First Course - The Narrow Sea: Mystery Course Second Course - Qarth: Meyer lemon and goat cheese soufflé Eden Hall greens Eden Hall farm veggies Hootenanny cheese crisp Third Course - The Iron Islands: Sea scallop bacon lardons Jicama-nori slaw Sea beans Fourth Course - The North: A Sampling plate of: Savory Hot Pie featuring Eden Hall vegetables Braised mutton with parmesan polenta Wood-fired bone-in pork belly with melted leeks Celery root puree Service berry gastrique Fifth Course - King's Landing: Rose petal panna cotta tart Lemon-thyme gelato Candied pistachios Encore dessert - Mystery Dessert Eden Hall Original Barn Eden Hall Events EdenHallEvents@Chatham.edu

Game of Thrones Farm to Table Dinner

As the final season comes to an end, join us for a celebration send-off that is (almost) as exciting as the Red Wedding! Join us for a feast of Westeros, featuring a meticulously crafted menu offering a tour from Beyond the … click to read more

PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability - June 2019 Workshop

Join educators from throughout the region at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and explore sustainability topics that will ignite student interests and make them eager to solve the most challenging problems of the 21st century using … click to read more

Workshop: What are the Legal Considerations & Food Safety Requirements for Food Businesses?

This workshop will discuss both the legal considerations and food safety requirements for both start-up and existing food businesses. Marlene van Es of Trellis Legal LLC will discuss the process of choosing and setting up an … click to read more

MFACW Virtual Information Session - Meet Program Chair, Sheila Squillante. Also, learn what doors could open with an MFA!

A virtual information session for the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (low and full residency), including a brief presentation and overview of the program with the Program Chair, Sheila Squillante, and the Admissions … click to read more

Professional Doctorate of Occupational Therapy and Bridge Program Virtual Information Session

A virtual information session for the Professional Doctorate of Occupational Therapy and Bridge Program, including an overview of the program followed by an open forum for questions and answers. … click to read more

PMI Pittsburgh Chapter Meeting at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus

PMI Pittsburgh will hold its monthly chapter meeting at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus. Stay tuned for details! … click to read more

DNP Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's DNP program. … click to read more

MSN Virtual Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's MSN and RN-MSN programs … click to read more

Healthcare Informatics Information Session

Please join us to learn more about Chatham's Master's of Science of Healthcare Informatics program and certificates in Healthcare Informatics and Analytics. … click to read more

Deposited Student Webinar - Graduate Students Only

Join us for an online information session to learn more about navigating the student portal, on- and off-campus housing options, life in Pittsburgh and Chatham resources. Of course, there will be plenty of time to also ask qu … click to read more

Transfer Friday

Today is the day to meet with faculty advisors and create your class schedule. Accepted and deposited students are invited to attend. Deposited students will be able to register for classes, take their student ID photo, … click to read more

Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

Come hear the CEO of a new aviation company present the challenges of launching a new business, developing early traction, recruiting a rockstar team, and keeping the faith. She’ll discuss the great gift of customer discovery … click to read more

Graduate Open House

Join Chatham for our Graduate Open House event. Learn more about our graduate programs in the areas of health & lab sciences, nursing, business, creative & design arts, and education and see the facilities where your educatio … click to read more

Father's Day Bluegrass Brunch

Celebrate Father's Day with a Bluegrass Brunch at the beautiful Eden Hall Campus! Live music by the Allegheny Drifters All you care to eat Menu: Scrambled Eggs with assorted toppings Sugar baked carved Ham Berry … click to read more

Summer Open House & Networking Happy Hour

Come meet CWBC staff and learn about our programs for women business owners, including free business counseling, technical assistance and business workshops. Meet Deb Cavrak and Sue Cavrak, sisters and co-founders of The Ahf … click to read more

Summer Visit Day

Attend our SUMMER VISIT DAY at Chatham University to see how Chatham students benefit from our mix of highly professional preparation and liberal arts skill-building in areas driving tomorrow's economy – health sciences, sust … click to read more

Prospective Graduate Student Webinar - Falk School of Sustainability

Join Dr. Peter Walker, dean of the Falk School, and Trish Golla, Assistant Director of Graduate Admission, to learn more about the incredible experiences students gain in our graduate programs in sustainability and food studi … click to read more

Serger Basics

A step-by-step, all levels workshop on the fundamentals of using a serger. Participants will learn how to use the commercial serger available in the CWE Prototyping & Design Lab where both experienced and novice sewists alike … click to read more

Accepted & New Student Registration Day

New Student Registration Day is more than just making it official. By deciding that Chatham is the place for you and submitting your deposit, you're taking your real first step into your college education! … click to read more

The Veranda Gathering

Join the Eden Hall Campus for an intimate farm to table dinner emphasizing locally sourced ingredients with themes of Thyme and French Cuisine, featuring Goat Rodeo Cheese. Cash Bar will open at 6:30 and the First Course w … click to read more

Transfer Friday

Today is the day to meet with faculty advisors and create your class schedule. Accepted and deposited students are invited to attend. Deposited students will be able to register for classes, take their student ID photo, … click to read more

Transfer Friday

Today is the day to meet with faculty advisors and create your class schedule. Accepted and deposited students are invited to attend. Deposited students will be able to register for classes, take their student ID photo, … click to read more

A Tribute to Earth, Wind, and Fire

Join us for a night of 70's Vibes in our beautiful Hilda Willis Outdoor Amphitheater. The show begins at 6:30 with an Opening Act Maria Sargent to be followed by Let's Groove Tonight, a tribute to Earth, Wind and Fire. … click to read more

70's Themed Dinner

Come to the Eden Hall Campus before the concert to enjoy a 70's Themed dinner. Dine in our Esther Barazonne Center Dining Hall before the show or pack a to-go container and enjoy a picnic during the concert. Please prepay … click to read more

Deposited Student Webinar - Graduate Students Only

Join us for an online information session to learn more about navigating the student portal, on- and off-campus housing options, life in Pittsburgh and Chatham resources. Of course, there will be plenty of time to also ask qu … click to read more

Embroider Your Own Label

Be proud of your creation. This workshop invites aspiring designers, brands and makers to learn how to stitch out labels for their personal designs. Participants can expect to create their own custom label through this works … click to read more

Summer Visit Day

Attend our SUMMER VISIT DAY at Chatham University to see how Chatham students benefit from our mix of highly professional preparation and liberal arts skill-building in areas driving tomorrow's economy – health sciences, sust … click to read more

Summer Community of Writers

The Summer Community of Writers (SCW) serves as a resource to Pittsburgh writers and MFA alumni seeking an affordable, engaging writer’s retreat in a unique setting. The Summer Community of Writers also brings together an ecl … click to read more

Prospective Graduate Student Webinar - Falk School of Sustainability

Join Dr. Peter Walker, dean of the Falk School, and Trish Golla, Assistant Director of Graduate Admission, to learn more about the incredible experiences students gain in our graduate programs in sustainability and food studi … click to read more

The Veranda Gathering

Join the Eden Hall Campus for an intimate farm to fork dinner with the themes of Rosemary and American Cuisine emphasizing locally sourced ingredients, featuring Frankferd Farms & the Eden Hall Farm Cash Bar will open at … click to read more

Deposited Student Webinar - Graduate Students Only

Join us for an online information session to learn more about navigating the student portal, on- and off-campus housing options, life in Pittsburgh and Chatham resources. Of course, there will be plenty of time to also ask qu … click to read more

Bluegrass Dinner

Come to the Eden Hall Campus before the concert to enjoy a Bluegrass Themed dinner. Dine in our Esther Barazonne Center Dining Hall before the show or pack a to-go container and enjoy a picnic during the concert. Please pr … click to read more

Graduate Open House

Join Chatham for our Graduate Open House event. Learn more about our graduate programs in the areas of health & lab sciences, nursing, business, creative & design arts, and education and see the facilities where your educatio … click to read more

Sat

Aug 03

+ Add to Calendar 08/03/2019 6:30PM 08/03/2019 9:00PM 15 Bluegrass Night Join us for a night of Bluegrass in our beautiful Hilda Willis Outdoor Amphitheater. The show begins at 6:30 with The Shamless Hex, followed by and intermission. The night then closes with The Jakob's Ferry Stragglers. Enjoy dinner before the show in the Esther Barazzone Center before the show or fill a to-go container to enjoy a picnic during. Please preregister for dinner here. About the Bands: The Shameless Hex Founded in the summer of 2013, The Shameless Hex is a Pittsburgh-based string band focused on playing quality originals and covers for all who care to listen. With influences ranging from traditional bluegrass, classic country, modern folk, jam rock, and jazz, The Shameless Hex has created a grooving sound that is somewhere between all five styles. In 2012, front-man and guitarist, Joe Kolenda moved back to his home state of PA. During that summer, he reunited with mandolin player, Ryan Meanor for a cabin trip. What started as a campfire jam with some friends, quickly got the two playing together regularly, writing original music, and learning covers. Seven years later they are going stronger than ever. With a regular rotation of Pittsburgh's finest bluegrass pickers sitting in on upright bass, banjo, slide guitar, and fiddle, listeners are in for a unique treat every time the band plays. Read More about The Shameless Hex . The Jakob’s Ferry Stragglers Hailing from the mountain towns of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Maryland, The Jakob’s Ferry Stragglers draw freely from Old-Time, Bluegrass, Rockabilly, and Swing music to create their own brand of high energy, Appalachian Bluegrass. Gary Antol (guitar/vocals) and Libby Eddy (fiddle/vocals) founded the band in 2014 with a very simple goal: write good songs, honor the music, and take it to the road. In the time since, JFS has appeared at festivals and clubs all across the country. Read More about The Jakob's Ferry Stragglers. Hilda Willis Amphitheater Eden Hall Events EdenHallEvents@Chatham.edu

Bluegrass Night

Join us for a night of Bluegrass in our beautiful Hilda Willis Outdoor Amphitheater. The show begins at 6:30 with The Shamless Hex, followed by and intermission. The night then closes with The Jakob's Ferry Stragglers. … click to read more

Prospective Graduate Student Webinar - Falk School of Sustainability

Join Dr. Peter Walker, dean of the Falk School, and Trish Golla, Assistant Director of Graduate Admission, to learn more about the incredible experiences students gain in our graduate programs in sustainability and food studi … click to read more

Workshop: Build Your Business

Chatham’s Women Business Center in partnership with SCORE Pittsburgh will present a Build Your Business Workshop for women interested in starting or expanding their business. Business experts and seasoned entrepreneurs will d … click to read more

Summer Open House

Attend our Summer Open House to see how Chatham University is committed to educating strong, smart men and women like you to make the most of your future. At the Open House you will take a tour of campus and learn about our … click to read more

New Student Move-In & Cougar Carriers

New first-years and transfer students participating in Orientation will move into their Residence Hall or Apartment during an assigned time slot between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 21st. The exac … click to read more

MBA New Student Orientation

Learn about the MBA program! • What you can expect • Library Resources • IT Resources, like Moodle, Portal, and VoiceThread • Meet other students! Refreshments provided! … click to read more

Returning Student Move-In

Returning undergraduate students will move into their residence halls or apartments on Saturday, August 24th. Move-in will take place between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Returning students will need to come to the Car … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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The Veranda Gathering

Join the Eden Hall Campus for an intimate farm to fork dinner with the themes of Mint and Middle Eastern Cuisine emphasizing locally sourced ingredients, featuring the Eden Hall Farm. Cash Bar will open at 6:30 and the Fir … click to read more

Latinx Heritage Month Display

Come view the JKM Library's curated selection of films and books to celebrate Latinx culture, populations, and authors in America and internationally. We will also be highlighting our Ruth J. Snowdon collection, which consist … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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Fall Open House

Kickoff your college search as we introduce you to everything Chatham has to offer. Learn more about your admission process and academic scholarships, hear about our top-notch academics and integrated degree programs, tour ca … click to read more

LGBTQIA+ History Month Display

The Jennie King Mellon Library is celebrating LGBTQIA+ history with our curated display of library materials focused on our queer communities! Come select LGBTQIA+ books and films to enjoy during October. … click to read more

National PA Week

Recognizing the PA profession and its contributions to the nation’s health. … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability - October 2019 Workshop

Join educators from throughout the region at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and explore sustainability topics that will ignite student interests and make them eager to solve the most challenging problems of the 21st century using … click to read more

Mon

Oct 21

+ Add to Calendar 10/21/2019 3:30PM 10/21/2019 5:00PM 15 2nd Annual Day of the Dead Celebration: ¡Celebremos el día de los muertos! Every year, on November 1 and 2, families from different Spanish-speaking countries prepare a celebration to honor their departed loved ones, remembering their lives and celebrating their memories. Families gather to eat the favorite food of the departed person, listen to their favorite music, and share memories. This celebration has its roots in the traditions of indigenous cultures in parts of Mexico and South America. With the arrival of Hispanic civilization, this celebration was embedded and merged with the Catholic celebration of All Saints Day and All Souls Day. Currently, el día de los muertos has become a tradition with both indigenous and Hispanic roots. At Chatham University, we are planning to build a communal altar for the Day of the Dead, make cempasuchil paper flowers, have a conversation about remembering departed loved ones, and taste delicious Mexican hot chocolate and pan de muerto (a special sweet bread), both prepared following traditional Mexican recipes. Please join us to celebrate el día de los muertos as part of Latinx Heritage Month. Sponsored by Modern Languages, JKM Library, Multicultural Affairs Office, Counseling Center. Activities include: - Day of the Dead Workshop and hands-on activity - Presentation and a cempasuchil paper preparation by students from Spanish language courses - Hands-on activity: altar building with offerings - Mexican Chocolate and pan de muerto tasting JKM Library: Room 103 Jocelyn Codner j.codner@chatham.edu

2nd Annual Day of the Dead Celebration: ¡Celebremos el día de los muertos!

Every year, on November 1 and 2, families from different Spanish-speaking countries prepare a celebration to honor their departed loved ones, remembering their lives and celebrating their memories. Families gather to eat the … click to read more

¡Celebremos el día de los muertos!: Discuss how to cope with grief, celebrate life, and honor both

Join the Counseling Center and your fellow students in an active conversation about how to manage grief while also celebrating life in the tradition of el dia de los muertos. We will share lively discussion, watch informative … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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Native American Heritage Month

During the month of November, the Jennie King Mellon Library will be highlighting selected material in a display celebrating Native American and Indigenous culture and heritage. Come learn something new by stopping by and sel … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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+ Add to Calendar 12/02/2019 12:00AM 01/07/2019 11:55PM 15 Clear This Display! STUDENT CONTEST ALERT: Starting Monday December 2nd and running through January 7th, if you check out an item on our Clear This Display table, you can enter into our raffle to win PRIZES! Stop in before the Fall semester is over to grab a couple fun reads for your winter break! Here are the guidelines: 1) Be a Chatham University student. 2) When checking an item out, be sure to fill out the slip that comes with it and submit your entry at the circulation desk after check-out! 3) Enter as many times as you want! One entry per item checked out from the table. 4) Take items home and enjoy! Be aware of the due dates. Some items can be kept over break, some will need to come back before you leave. We have 2 prizes for participating students. One is a guaranteed individual study room for ALL of Spring 2019 finals week, stocked with your favorite goodies to get you through, OR a $10 gift certificate to Café Rachel. The first name to be drawn will get to pick the prize they want. The second name to be drawn will get the second prize. We'll be conducting the drawing when we all get back from break, so keep tabs on social media and your email to see if you're a winner. Our main display on the first floor of the library will be devoted to juicy and entertaining books and movies to help you relax while class is out. Help us clear the entire display! Do your worst! We don't want a single item left! JKM Library, First Floor Jocelyn Codner j.codner@chatham.edu

Clear This Display!

STUDENT CONTEST ALERT: Starting Monday December 2nd and running through January 7th, if you check out an item on our Clear This Display table, you can enter into our raffle to win PRIZES! Stop in before the Fall semester is o … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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Diversity Dialogues

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PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability - February 2020 Workshop

Join educators from throughout the region at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and explore sustainability topics that will ignite student interests and make them eager to solve the most challenging problems of the 21st century using … click to read more

Diversity Dialogues

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Diversity Dialogues

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PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability - June 2020 Workshop

Join educators from throughout the region at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and explore sustainability topics that will ignite student interests and make them eager to solve the most challenging problems of the 21st century using … click to read more