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JUSTfilms: A fresh series of social justice films that will educate, inspire, challenge, and move you to action.

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Thank you for your interest in supporting the Just Films documentary series!Subscribe to get this VIP package: Guaranteed preferred seating at every screening (with registration – just tell us you’re coming and we’ll save … click to read more

News Hour with the PCWP

Find out what is going on in the news with the PCWP. Meet us in the Carriage House and we will check out CNN's Newsroom and discuss the latest in politics on the national, state, and local levels. Every Tuesday startin … click to read more

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+ Add to Calendar 01/28/2019 10:00AM 04/04/2019 9:00PM 15 Out of Many: Stories of Migration  Out of Many is a series of exhibits, events and conversations centering around the work of five photographers and two writers working out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Working from the premise that “we have all come from somewhere,” Out of Many explores the central role that migration and immigration have played, and continue to play, in the formation of our identity and culture, and in sustaining our economy – and in so doing, aims to create a space for civil, constructive conversation about belonging and cultural heritage today. With original, contemporary photography and essays, Out of Many uses Pittsburgh’s story as a lens through which to examine the broader American immigration and migration experience. Out of Many is a project of The Documentary Works, a collaborative group of professional photographers that documents social and environmental issues. Curated by Laura Domencic and Brian Cohen, the project highlights the photography of Scott Goldsmith, Nate Guidry, Lynn Johnson, Annie O’Neill, and Brian Cohen. The project includes a major exhibit of photographs, and a 120-page, full-color book of the photography, designed by Brett Yasko, and featuring essays by Public Radio journalists Erika Beras and Reid Frazier. Support for Out of Many is provided by: Opportunity Fund; Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation; Hillman Foundation; The Heinz Endowments; The Fisher Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation; PNC Charitable Trusts; and The Pittsburgh Foundation. Their faith in The Documentary Works is deeply appreciated. Woodland Art Gallery prajna parasher ppp816@chatham.edu

Out of Many: Stories of Migration 

Out of Many is a series of exhibits, events and conversations centering around the work of five photographers and two writers working out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Working from the premise that “we have all come from somew … click to read more

Blind Date with a Book

Tired of reading the same genres over and over again? Are you looking for something new and exciting? Do you like taking risks (well, low-level risks)? Want to be completely surprised by your next book? Stop by our Blind Date … click to read more

Undergraduate Returning Student Room Reservation Fee & Housing Application (Pay and apply online through StarRez)

Undergraduate returning students need to participate in Room Selection to secure a room on-campus for the 2019-2020 academic year. In order to secure a room returning students must pay a $150 Room Reservation Fee and complete … click to read more

Women of Color HerStory Library Display

For this month between February and March, we will be adjusting our Black History Month display to focus on women of color. All items will be by or about women of color, their lives, struggles, accomplishments, celebrations, … click to read more

Ready to Run Philadelphia

Ready to Run is a non-partisan program for women who want to run for office, seek higher office, work on a campaign, get appointed to office, or learn more about the political system. Ready to Run is your one-stop training on … click to read more

Men's Lacrosse Double Header vs. Heidelberg University

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Graduate Open House - Falk School of Sustainability

Join us for a Falk School of Sustainability graduate open house, to learn more about what our programs have to offer and the professional outcomes that can arise from your education. Meet your future professors, classmates, … click to read more

SAAC Sponsors: Pittsburgh Polar Plunge 2019

The Pittsburgh Polar Plunge is an event to raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics Pennsylvania (SOPA). Plungers commit to “Freezin’ for a Reason” and raise a minimum of $50 to jump on into icy waters. Funds raised fr … click to read more

Outdoor Recreation: Skating at PPG

Come enjoy skating at PPG Arena in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh! … click to read more

Men's Basketball PAC Championship Finals Game

Fan shuttle leaves the AFC parking lot at 5:30 pm. There are 64 available seats. Students will be back by 10:30-11 pm. If you take the bus there, you must take the bus back. Everyone who takes the bus will be paid admission i … click to read more

Scholarship Interview Day 3

At Scholarship Interview Day, you can earn more money for your education. Join us to learn more about our challenging academics in the areas of sustainability, business & communications, health & wellness, and the arts & scie … click to read more

Intramural Soccer

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Concept To Launch

"Concept to Launch" is a 6-week entrepreneurial training program for women in the early stages of starting a business. Dates: Six Monday evenings from 6-8pm on Feb 25; March 4, 11, 18, and 25th; and April 1st. Classes f … click to read more

Spring Break Pop-Up Library!

Grab a beach read or nostalgic movie to enjoy over Spring Break at our Pop-Up Library! Our librarians will be bringing goodies to you outside the Anderson dining hall during lunch. We'll have everything from YA to mystery thr … click to read more

Black History Month-The Hate You Give: Follow-up Student Dialogue

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Last Day to Submit Grades, 1st 7-Week Term

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First Day of Classes, 2nd 7-Week Term

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Yoga

This class is designed to help you become familiar with basic yoga postures, breathing techniques, and proper alignment. Classes can be adapted for beginners. … click to read more

Women's Institute Visiting Scholar Lecture with Emily Winerock: "Mischief and Modesty in Measure:
Making Much Ado About Movement"

In Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare employs dancing to cause mischief and mayhem, as well as to convey harmony and order. In this lecture and "hands-on" workshop, participants will learn a "mannerly modest" measure and an … click to read more

Master of Physician Assistant Studies Virtual Info Session - Prospective Students

A virtual information session hosted via Zoom, geared toward prospective MPAS program students. … click to read more

Morning Meditation + Movement

This class is a gentle way to wake up your mind and body to prepare you for a productive day. Experience breath exercises paired with simple stretches and time to find a seat in a guided meditation. Welcome to all experience … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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Chatham Celebrates 150 in Tampa, FL

Calling all Tampa, FL-area alumni for a brunch reception with President Finegold and other alumni & friends to Celebrate Chatham turning 150. Hosted by Virginia Wilson Gregory '60, we look forward to seeing you there! … click to read more

Chatham Celebrates 150 in Naples, FL

Calling all Naples, FL-area alumni for a reception with President Finegold and other alumni & friends to Celebrate Chatham turning 150. Hosted by Isabelle Allias Staffeldt '54, we look forward to seeing you there! … click to read more

BARRE Fitness

This class typically focuses on small, pulsing movements with emphasis on form, alignment and core engagement. Classes can be adapted for beginners. Other equipment is sometimes used in addition to the barre, such as resista … click to read more

Men's Lacrosse Double Header vs. Medaille College

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Learn to Screen Print with a Vinyl Cutter!

In this workshop, learn how to use a vinyl cutter (with a computer) to screen print your own posters and tote bags. CNC (computer numerical controlled) vinyl cutters can also be used to create stickers, acrylic signage, and h … click to read more

The Ethnic Heritage Ensemble

Is there a better way to end Black History Month than with a performance by the pantheon of jazz history? We don't think so! Join us at the James Laughlin Music Center to hear the three brilliant musicians that form the legen … click to read more

Green Mountain College Student Visit Day

Chatham is a Preferred Transfer Partner for Green Mountain College students. On Thursday February 28th, 2019 we would like to invite you to visit our Shadyside and Eden Hall campuses in Pittsburgh, PA and have the opportu … click to read more

Gentle/ Restorative Yoga

This class is a midweek slow down that’s here to prepare your mind and body for rest. Set up restorative postures that move your body into a state of ease and relaxation. Leave feeling less stress and more space in your mind … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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Spring Break

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Add/Drop Period Ends, 2nd 7-Week Term

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Transport Tuesday @ Chatham Bike Works

Learn more about biking and bikes at Transport Tuesday. Workshops on safe commuting, basic bike care and maintenance, tips and tricks, planning rides and more. … click to read more

Webinar: Understanding Google Analytics - March Marketing Madness Series

Join us for this webinar as part of our March Marketing Madness Webinar Series. This webinar is designed to teach you the basics of Google Analytics and how to optimize your website using analytics data. Through this webinar … click to read more

Pittsburgh’s Million Dollar Women-Owned Businesses: A Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

The Women's President's Organization will moderate a panel of exceptional women entrepreneurs about how they founded their companies, their successes, their biggest obstacles, lessons learned, and their future plans for growt … click to read more

Fine Arts with the Finegolds: Camille A. Brown & Dancers

Drawing on historic and contemporary rhythms of the African Diaspora, this dance piece examines the culture of Black life that is often appropriated, rewritten, or silenced. Enjoy blends of blues, hip-hop, jazz, and swing. … click to read more

Excel Webinar Series: Introduction to Excel

This introductory session serves as the foundation for all other Excel functions. Topics covered include: - Excel configuration - Data entry - Formatting - Search - Replace - Tips and tricks to work more effic … click to read more

Yoga

This class is designed to help you become familiar with basic yoga postures, breathing techniques, and proper alignment. Classes can be adapted for beginners. … click to read more

Registration for Fall 2019

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Morning Meditation + Movement

This class is a gentle way to wake up your mind and body to prepare you for a productive day. Experience breath exercises paired with simple stretches and time to find a seat in a guided meditation. Welcome to all experience … click to read more

Diversity Dialogue: Disability 101

We interact with people of all backgrounds and abilities in our lives. There are more than one billion people with physical and mental disabilities in the world today. Come learn about differently abled people and the types o … click to read more

Commuter & Transfer Lunch: National Women’s History Month with the PCWP

Celebrate National Women’s History Month with a catered lunch and talk with members of the PCWP to learn about opportunities for students to get involved. … click to read more

Tue

Mar 12

+ Add to Calendar 03/12/2019 4:30PM 03/12/2019 6:00PM 15 Hollander Lecture in Women’s Leadership featuring Vivian Derryck Vivian Lowery Derryck is the founder and president emerita of The Bridges Institute, a non-profit dedicated to strengthening African governance and democracy. Earlier in her career she taught at New York City Technical College and the University of Liberia. Working in and out of government in more than 35 countries in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean, Derryck also served a deputy assistant secretary at the Department of State, the Assistant Administrator for Africa at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), president of the African-American Institute, executive vice president of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) and vice president of the National Democratic Institute. A graduate of Chatham College (BA), with a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University and a certificate in Advanced Leadership Studies from Harvard University, Derryck is a veteran foreign affairs specialist with a particular focus on strengthening democracy, education and women’s equity in Africa. Her work and writing have been recognized with numerous honors and awards, including selection as a Purpose Prize Fellow, the African Union’s African Women of Excellence Award, Guggenheim Humanitarian Award, NCNW Martin Luther King Service Award, UNICEF Achievement Award, and an honorary doctorate from Chatham University. Beckwith Auditorium, Buhl Hall Melody Harris m.harris@chatham.edu

Hollander Lecture in Women’s Leadership featuring Vivian Derryck

Vivian Lowery Derryck is the founder and president emerita of The Bridges Institute, a non-profit dedicated to strengthening African governance and democracy. Earlier in her career she taught at New York City Technical Colleg … click to read more

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Mar 12

+ Add to Calendar 03/12/2019 8:00AM 03/12/2019 1:00PM 15 Transfer Student Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Days Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportunities in our three program tracks of Natural Resource Management, Sustainable Energy and Urban Systems, as well as Sustainable Business. During your visit, you will sit in on class, tour Eden Hall Campus, and enjoy lunch with students, faculty, and staff. You will also hear from our Career Services and Admission Departments on the application process, financial aid, as well as internship and career opportunities. Additionally, you will have a meeting with the Dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, Dr. Peter Walker to discuss Chatham’s academic programs and goals within Sustainability. Agenda for Visit Days: 8:00am – 8:30am: Registration and Breakfast at Eden Hall - Esther Barazzone Center 8:30am - 9:45am: Campus Tour & Meet with Roy in Aquaculture Lab 10:00am – 11:15am: Students sit in on class of your choice: SUS202 Dynamic Earth Systems | SUS435 Green and Social Innovation | SUS436 Sustainable Energy Applications Parents Q&A Session 11:20am - 12:00pm: Lunch in EBC with Faculty, Staff, and Students 12:00pm – 12:30pm: Career Development Session with Kate Sheridan 12:30pm – 1:00pm: Sustainability Program Overview and closing comments from Peter Walker Chatham University: Eden Hall Campus Brian Dwyer bdwyer@chatham.edu

Transfer Student Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Days

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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Learn to use the Glowforge 3D Laser Printer

Learn how to use the Glowforge 3D Laser Printer that uses a beam of light the width of a human hair to cut, engrave, and shape designs from a variety of materials. Bring a digital image file (.jpg, .pdf, .png, .svg) OR your l … click to read more

Internal Communication Forum

Join four of Pittsburgh’s leading professionals in Communication, Donna Bauman, Stacy Parker, Rich McHale, and Hollie Geitner, for a casual evening of networking. Featuring a discussion panel on internal communication and it’ … click to read more

Webinar: Optimizing Your Website for Google Search - March Marketing Madness Series

Join us for this webinar as part of our March Marketing Madness Webinar Series. This webinar is designed to teach you how to utilize freely available information to optimize your own website for better search visibility. Thr … 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

"A Conversation with the Dean" - Falk School of Sustainability Virtual Information Session

Join Dr. Peter Walker, dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, to learn more about our graduate programs and Eden Hall Campus. Session will also include information on the admission process, and time for Q&A. … click to read more

Men's Lacrosse Double Header vs. Marietta College

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Just Films - Soufra

Soufra follows the story of Mariam Shaar, a successful entrepreneur. After overcoming tremendous challenges throughout her time in the Burj El Barajneh refugee camp, Mariam launched "Soufra", a popular catering company. Viewe … click to read more

BARRE Fitness

This class typically focuses on small, pulsing movements with emphasis on form, alignment and core engagement. Classes can be adapted for beginners. Other equipment is sometimes used in addition to the barre, such as resista … click to read more

Gentle/ Restorative Yoga

This class is a midweek slow down that’s here to prepare your mind and body for rest. Set up restorative postures that move your body into a state of ease and relaxation. Leave feeling less stress and more space in your mind … click to read more

PMI Pittsburgh Northern Satellite Meetings at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus

PMI Pittsburgh is delighted to announce a new collaboration with Chatham University to support our members and interested guests in the North Hills. Please join us from 6 PM to enjoy networking with other professionals, relax … click to read more

Eat Late with Dean Waite: Hemingway's Cafe

Students 21 and over are invited to join Dean Waite at Hemingway’s Café, voted “Best College Bar in the Burgh” numerous times. Not only does Hemingway’s offer of 40 types of draft beer, there’s also an awesome full menu serve … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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Documentary Film Screening: Unlikely

Join Multicultural Affairs and the Retention and Graduation Committee for the Showing of the film, Unlikely. #UnlikelyFilm tells the story of 5 individuals fighting for a second chance at opportunity in the world of hi … click to read more

Documentary Film Screening: Unlikely

Join Multicultural Affairs and the Retention and Graduation Committee for the Showing of the film, Unlikely. #UnlikelyFilm tells the story of 5 individuals fighting for a second chance at opportunity in the world of hi … click to read more

Music from Ireland: Art Songs and Arias

Join us to hear works by Victor Herbert and song transcriptions of Irish folk music by Benjamin Britten! Voice Ruud Scholars: Felli Fello, Justine Barry, Kaitlyn Salmon, and Sarah Krastman Walter Morales, piano … click to read more

Book Launch: Inventing Authenticity: How Cookbook Writers Redefine Southern Identity, by Dr. Carrie Tippen

What is authentic Southern cuisine? Golden cornbread and crispy fried chicken come to mind, but what about black-eyed peas and okra– pound cake and peach cobbler? What makes a dish authentic and who has the authority to decid … click to read more

Beethoven: Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas, Part XI

Beethoven: Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas, Part XI Walter Morales, piano … click to read more

Last Day to Apply for Spring 2019 (May) Degree Conferral

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PBL Through the Lens of Sustainability- Spring Workshop

Did you miss the Fall 2018 session? This is another opportunity to join educators from throughout the region at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and explore sustainability topics that will ignite student interests and make them eag … click to read more

Read 'Em and Eat! Book Display

To get excited for our upcoming International Edible Books Festival, the JKM Library has put together a display celebrating food!! Come browse cookbooks, food memoirs, food writing, and much more! Join us on Monday April 1st … click to read more

Outdoor Recreation: Top Golf- Bridgeville, PA

Come get your swing on at a Sprawling entertainment venue with a high-tech driving range. … click to read more

Women's Lacrosse vs. Thomas More University

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Intramural Volleyball

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Yoga

This class is designed to help you become familiar with basic yoga postures, breathing techniques, and proper alignment. Classes can be adapted for beginners. … click to read more

Excel Webinar Series: Learning Pivot Tables and Formulas

This session will outline how to get the most out of data in Excel. We will cover how to make pivot tables and use formulas, and discover how they can be useful for visualizing and interpreting data efficiently and meaningf … click to read more

Workshop: HR Basics for Start-Up and Small Businesses

Is your organization in the process of growing, or do you have plans to grow your organization over the next three years? This workshop will help to cover some of the HR Basics that your organizations needs to ensure that … click to read more

Last Day to Withdraw

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Morning Meditation + Movement

This class is a gentle way to wake up your mind and body to prepare you for a productive day. Experience breath exercises paired with simple stretches and time to find a seat in a guided meditation. Welcome to all experience … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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BARRE Fitness

This class typically focuses on small, pulsing movements with emphasis on form, alignment and core engagement. Classes can be adapted for beginners. Other equipment is sometimes used in addition to the barre, such as resista … click to read more

Chatham Softball vs. Pitt Greensburg

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The Business & Entrepreneurship Department Advisory Board Reception

B&E Dept. Advisory Board and Student Reception! Wednesday March 20, 2019 5:00-6:00 PM Mellon Center Hors d’oeuvres and wine and beer for those over 21. Network with the members of the B&E Dept.’s Advisory Board … click to read more

Webinar: Social Media Listening & How to Create Content for Your Audience - March Marketing Madness Series

Join us for this webinar as part of our March Marketing Madness Webinar Series. This webinar will focus on how you can reach your audience by “listening” online and how you can create better content for your brand based on … click to read more

Breakfast Seminar: Thinking Beyond National Borders – A Discussion with Canada’s Consul General, Phyllis Yaffe

Chatham University and The Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship is delighted to welcome Canada’s Consul General, Phyllis Yaffe to Chatham University Shadyside Campus on Wednesday March 20th. In this era of rapid globalizat … click to read more

Chatham Alumni Tour The Murals of Maxo Vanka

The Pittsburgh Events Planning Committee invites you to join fellow Chatham Alumni for a docent-guided tour of the murals of Maxo Vanka in Millvale, PA. Croatian artist Maxo Vanka painted a one-of-a-kind masterpiece on the in … click to read more

Gentle/ Restorative Yoga

This class is a midweek slow down that’s here to prepare your mind and body for rest. Set up restorative postures that move your body into a state of ease and relaxation. Leave feeling less stress and more space in your mind … click to read more

Thu

Mar 21

+ Add to Calendar 03/21/2019 11:30AM 03/21/2019 1:00PM 15 Women of Color & Faith: A Conversation with Critical Theological Scholar and Cultural Critical Candice Benbow Keynote Speaker: Candice Benbow Candice Marie Benbow is a theologian, essayist and creative who situates her work at the intersections of beauty, faith, feminism and culture. In 2015, she created Red Lip Theology, a movement to encourage young Black women to embrace their whole selves as good creation. Through Red Lip Theology, Candice merges theological ideals with beauty industry participation to celebrate Black women’s creativity and spirituality. As a public educator, Candice cares about bridging gap between the academy and community through digital projects, including social syllabi. In May 2016, following the release of Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade, Candice created the #LemonadeSyllabus hashtag and social media campaign. With contributions from over 70 Black women, Candice released the syllabus as a free downloadable resource of over 250 works centered around the lives of Black women. You can find Candice on her new podcast, Red Lip Theology with Candice Benbow. In her latest episode Depressed and Still Saved, Candace shares her mental health struggles and how she learned to integrate them into the story of her creation. ( description taken from podcast details). You do not want to miss this! Lunch will be served Chatham University: Mellon Boardroom Multicultural Affairs multiculturalaffairs@chatham.edu

Women of Color & Faith: A Conversation with Critical Theological Scholar and Cultural Critical Candice Benbow

Keynote Speaker: Candice Benbow Candice Marie Benbow is a theologian, essayist and creative who situates her work at the intersections of beauty, faith, feminism and culture. In 2015, she created Red Lip Theology, a mo … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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Intramural & Chatham Against Cancer Dodgeball Tournament

Participate in an exciting intramural Dodgeball Tournament sponsored by Chatham Against Cancer. … click to read more

Thu

Mar 21

+ Add to Calendar 03/21/2019 8:00AM 03/21/2019 1:00PM 15 Undergraduate Falk School of Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportunities in our three program tracks of Natural Resource Management, Sustainable Energy and Urban Systems, as well as Sustainable Business. During your visit, you will sit in on class, tour Eden Hall Campus, and enjoy lunch with students, faculty, and staff. You will also hear from our Career Services and Admission Departments on the application process, financial aid, as well as internship and career opportunities. Additionally, you will have a meeting with the Dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, Dr. Peter Walker to discuss Chatham’s academic programs and goals within Sustainability. Agenda for Visit Days: 8:00am – 8:30am: Registration and Breakfast at Eden Hall - Esther Barazzone Center 8:30am - 9:45am: Campus Tour & Meet with Roy in Aquaculture Lab 10:00am – 11:15am: Students sit in on class of your choice: SUS202 Dynamic Earth Systems | SUS435 Green and Social Innovation | SUS436 Sustainable Energy Applications Parents Q&A Session 11:20am - 12:00pm: Lunch in EBC with Faculty, Staff, and Students 12:00pm – 12:30pm: Career Development Session with Kate Sheridan 12:30pm – 1:00pm: Sustainability Program Overview and closing comments from Peter Walker Chatham University: Eden Hall Campus Brian Dwyer bdwyer@chatham.edu

Undergraduate Falk School of Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

"Secret Destinations" Chatham MFA Travel Anthology Book Launch & Reception

Join Chatham MFA Alumni, Faculty, and Staff for a celebration of Travel Anthology "Secret Destinations." Over 10 Alumni readers will share their stories. Beverages and hors d'oeuvres will be served. … click to read more

Gaelic Football and Hurling

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Madonna

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Acc. Student Day & New Student Registration Days

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

Baseball Double Header vs. St. Vincent

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Men's Lacrosse Double Header vs. Hood College

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Intramural Volleyball

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Music for Food: Chamber Music Recital

Join us to hear works by Beethoven, Britten, and Loeffler, featuring: Kelsey Blumenthal, violin (PSO) Deanna Badizadegan, viola (PSO) Will Chow, cello (PSO) Max Blair, oboe (PSO) Francesca Tortorello, piano … click to read more

Excel Webinar Series: Learning Macros

Learn how to make Excel work for you, and how to work more efficiently than ever before. We will learn the basics of macros as well as two different ways to create them. Offered in Partnership with Chatham’s Business & E … click to read more

Softball Double Header vs. Pitt Greensburg

Home Game- First game starts at 3:30pm and second game starts at 5:30pm. … click to read more

Yoga

This class is designed to help you become familiar with basic yoga postures, breathing techniques, and proper alignment. Classes can be adapted for beginners. … click to read more

Morning Meditation + Movement

This class is a gentle way to wake up your mind and body to prepare you for a productive day. Experience breath exercises paired with simple stretches and time to find a seat in a guided meditation. Welcome to all experience … click to read more

Gateway Student Lunch: Chow Down with Career Development

Have questions about internships, resumes, or job searches? Meet up with staff from Career Development and enjoy a catered lunch while learning about opportunities and assistance through the Career Development office. … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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Commuter & Transfers Night Out: The Yard

Join your fellow Commuter & Transfer students for a night out at a popular Pittsburgh restaurant! Transportation and dinner are provided. … click to read more

BARRE Fitness

This class typically focuses on small, pulsing movements with emphasis on form, alignment and core engagement. Classes can be adapted for beginners. Other equipment is sometimes used in addition to the barre, such as resista … click to read more

Gentle/ Restorative Yoga

This class is a midweek slow down that’s here to prepare your mind and body for rest. Set up restorative postures that move your body into a state of ease and relaxation. Leave feeling less stress and more space in your mind … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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Baseball Double Header vs. W&J

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Intercollegiate Project Management Triathalon at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus

PMI Pittsburgh Chapter is partnering with Chatham University, who is hosting the IPMQB at its new, fully sustainable Eden Hall Campus located just 15 miles north of downtown Pittsburgh. The IPMQB is scheduled to begin with a … click to read more

Intricate Machines: Aizuri Quartet

Music by Phil Taylor, Sky Macklay, Katherine Balch, Nina Young, and other rising American composers Aizuri Quartet … click to read more

Health and Lab Sciences Graduate Open House

Come meet program faculty, discuss Chatham one-on-one with current students, tour our beautiful campus and facilities, receive information on the admission process, financial aid, assistantship and scholarship opportunities, … click to read more

Intramural Volleyball

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NCAA Division III Week

Division III Week is a positive opportunity for all individuals associated with Division III to observe and celebrate the impact of athletics and of student-athletes on the campus and surrounding community. During the week, C … click to read more

Yoga

This class is designed to help you become familiar with basic yoga postures, breathing techniques, and proper alignment. Classes can be adapted for beginners. … click to read more

Mon

Apr 01

+ Add to Calendar 04/01/2019 4:30PM 04/01/2019 5:30PM 15 International Edible Book Festival Read 'Em and Eat! Join us in the JKM Library for Chatham's 8th celebration of The International Edible Book Festival sponsored by the JKM Library and the Food Studies Program. According to the official website, “This festival is a celebration of the ingestion of culture and a way to concretely share a book; it is also a deeper reflection on our attachment to food and our cultural differences.” What's an edible book? It's up to your interpretation! It could be a cake shaped like a book, food that was described/consumed within a book, a pun on a book's title, or anything else you can come up with. Simply pick one of your favorite books and craft a food item inspired by that book! This event is open to students, faculty, staff, and the general public. Schedule of events: 4:30 - 4:45: Books on display only. 4:45 - 5:30: Edible book tasting (Vote for your favorite for the Most Popular Votes prize by 5pm!) 5:15: Prizewinning edible books will be announced. Prizes will be awarded for the following categories: 1) Grand Prize (based on overall taste, presentation and creativity) 2) Most Creative Literary Interpretation 3) Best Tasting 4) Most Sustainable 5) Crowd's Choice Rules for those submitting edible books: 1) Register on myChatham to submit an edible book or attend the event. 2) All edible book entries must be "bookish" through the integration of text, literary inspiration or, quite simply, the form. 3) Your “books” will be consumed, so please list all ingredients for those with food allergies. ALSO, if you’re attempting to win the “Most Sustainable” prize, be sure to list all sustainable elements, such as local, organic, fair trade, net zero energy use, or recycled. 4) Please bring a serving utensil for your dish. 5) All books must be dropped off in the library lobby between 3:30pm and 4:15 on Monday, April 1st. 6) If at all possible, please include a separate sample of your book for judge taste testing (approx. 4 judges). JKM Library: Lobby Jocelyn Codner j.codner@chatham.edu

International Edible Book Festival

Read 'Em and Eat! Join us in the JKM Library for Chatham's 8th celebration of The International Edible Book Festival sponsored by the JKM Library and the Food Studies Program. According to the official website, “This festiva … click to read more

Morning Meditation + Movement

This class is a gentle way to wake up your mind and body to prepare you for a productive day. Experience breath exercises paired with simple stretches and time to find a seat in a guided meditation. Welcome to all experience … click to read more

Transport Tuesday @ Chatham Bike Works

Learn more about biking and bikes at Transport Tuesday. Workshops on safe commuting, basic bike care and maintenance, tips and tricks, planning rides and more. … click to read more

Gateway Student Lunch

Held each month in Anderson from 11:30 – 1:00PM to meet with other Gateway students and representatives from student affairs for a free lunch and conversation about the Gateway experience. … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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Hillman Chair 2018-2019: Maggie Haberman

Please join the Pennsylvania Center for Women and Politics as we welcome renowned New York Times Chief White House Correspondent Maggie Haberman as our 2018 - 2019 Elsie Hillman Chair. About Maggie Haberman: One of the mos … click to read more

Men's Lacrosse Double Header vs. Bethany College

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BARRE Fitness

This class typically focuses on small, pulsing movements with emphasis on form, alignment and core engagement. Classes can be adapted for beginners. Other equipment is sometimes used in addition to the barre, such as resista … click to read more

Master of Science in Biology Virtual Info Session - Incoming Students

A virtual information session hosted via Zoom, geared toward recently admitted students. … click to read more

Gentle/ Restorative Yoga

This class is a midweek slow down that’s here to prepare your mind and body for rest. Set up restorative postures that move your body into a state of ease and relaxation. Leave feeling less stress and more space in your mind … click to read more

Multi-Faith Series - By The Old Gods & The New, Religious Symbolism in the Game of Thrones

Religion and gods play a strong role in the George R.R. Martin series A Song of Ice and Fire. Martin builds his world with deities influenced by the deities of our world. We will look at some of those influences and how they … click to read more

Thu

Apr 04

+ Add to Calendar 04/04/2019 8:00AM 04/04/2019 1:00PM 15 Transfer Student Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Days Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportunities in our three program tracks of Natural Resource Management, Sustainable Energy and Urban Systems, as well as Sustainable Business. During your visit, you will sit in on class, tour Eden Hall Campus, and enjoy lunch with students, faculty, and staff. You will also hear from our Career Services and Admission Departments on the application process, financial aid, as well as internship and career opportunities. Additionally, you will have a meeting with the Dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, Dr. Peter Walker to discuss Chatham’s academic programs and goals within Sustainability. Agenda for Visit Days: 8:00am – 8:30am: Registration and Breakfast at Eden Hall - Esther Barazzone Center 8:30am - 9:45am: Campus Tour & Meet with Roy in Aquaculture Lab 10:00am – 11:15am: Students sit in on class of your choice: SUS202 Dynamic Earth Systems | SUS435 Green and Social Innovation | SUS436 Sustainable Energy Applications Parents Q&A Session 11:20am - 12:00pm: Lunch in EBC with Faculty, Staff, and Students 12:00pm – 12:30pm: Career Development Session with Kate Sheridan 12:30pm – 1:00pm: Sustainability Program Overview and closing comments from Peter Walker Chatham University: Eden Hall Campus Brian Dwyer bdwyer@chatham.edu

Transfer Student Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Days

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

Intramural & Exercise Science Club Wiffleball Tournament

Participate in an exciting intramural Wiffleball tournament sponsored by Exercise Science Club. … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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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

Course Evaluations Begin

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Last Day to Withdraw, 2nd 7-Week Term

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Course Evaluations Begin, 2nd 7-Week Term

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AOTA Alumni Reception 2019

Join representatives from Chatham's Occupational Therapy programs at the American Occupational Therapy Association's Annual Conference and Expo. We're excited to offer our Master of Occupational Therapy and Professional Docto … click to read more

Men's Lacrosse Double Header vs. Franciscan University

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Spring Concert

A collection of secular, sacred, contemporary and pop choral music. Stacey Conner, Director of Choral Activities … click to read more

Chatham University Choir: Spring Concert

Spring Concert A collection of secular, sacred, contemporary and pop choral music. … click to read more

Baseball Double Header vs. Waynesburg

Home Game … click to read more

Women's Lacrosse vs. Franciscan University

Home game … click to read more

Baseball Double Header vs. PSU Beaver

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Intramural Volleyball

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Richard Strauss' Salome

Richard Strauss' Salome Anna Singer, Dr. Kelly Lynch, Robert Frankenberry, Walter Morales … click to read more

Welcome Aboard Closing Ceremony & Etiquette Lunch

Celebrating our year-long mentorship program with Mentors and Mentees over a multi-course Etiquette Lunch! … click to read more

Yoga

This class is designed to help you become familiar with basic yoga postures, breathing techniques, and proper alignment. Classes can be adapted for beginners. … click to read more

Morning Meditation + Movement

This class is a gentle way to wake up your mind and body to prepare you for a productive day. Experience breath exercises paired with simple stretches and time to find a seat in a guided meditation. Welcome to all experience … click to read more

Chatham Softball vs. Waynesburg

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NIA Fitness

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Softball Double Header vs. Waynesburg

Home Game- First game starts at 6:30pm and second game starts at 8:30pm. … click to read more

Women's Lacrosse vs. Bethany College

Home Game … click to read more

BARRE Fitness

This class typically focuses on small, pulsing movements with emphasis on form, alignment and core engagement. Classes can be adapted for beginners. Other equipment is sometimes used in addition to the barre, such as resista … click to read more

Just Films - Code: Debugging the Gender Gap

CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap reveals the deeply rooted misogyny within the tech industry, and demonstrates why gender and racial parity are so important. This film shows us how bright the future will look if STEM fields are … click to read more

Gentle/ Restorative Yoga

This class is a midweek slow down that’s here to prepare your mind and body for rest. Set up restorative postures that move your body into a state of ease and relaxation. Leave feeling less stress and more space in your mind … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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Eat Late with Dean Waite: Cambod-Icon Kitchen

Cambod-Ican Kitchen boasts their Own Unique Fusion of Cambodian and American Cuisine. They’re the self-described Home of the World Famous Kabobs and Wontons, and THE Original Southside "CHICKEN ON A STICK" a.k.a. "Cat On A St … click to read more

PMI Pittsburgh Northern Satellite Meetings at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus

PMI Pittsburgh is delighted to announce a new collaboration with Chatham University to support our members and interested guests in the North Hills. Please join us from 6 PM to enjoy networking with other professionals, relax … click to read more

Best Practices & Lessons Learned From Women in Finance at the Top: A Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

Come hear two women in finance discuss their journeys through the ranks in the financial realm, providing real insights and perspectives and answering questions including how they did it, whether or not they had mentors along … click to read more

Sounds of Ireland: “Growing up with music in Ireland”.

Works by John Field, Chopin, and Schubert Finghin Collins, piano … click to read more

Women's Lacrosse vs. Westminster College

Home Game … click to read more

Baseball Double Header vs. Grove City

Home Game … click to read more

Men's Lacrosse Double Header vs. Westminster College

Home Game … click to read more

3rd Annual Out of the Darkness Campus Walk

When you walk in the Out of the Darkness Walks, you join the effort with hundreds of thousands of people to raise awareness and funds that allow AFSP to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public … click to read more

Earth Month Celebration

Please join us at Eden Hall for an interactive Earth Month Celebration! There will be live music and hands on learning. Events, workshop activities, and local bands to be announced. … click to read more

Intramural Volleyball

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Yoga

This class is designed to help you become familiar with basic yoga postures, breathing techniques, and proper alignment. Classes can be adapted for beginners. … click to read more

Morning Meditation + Movement

This class is a gentle way to wake up your mind and body to prepare you for a productive day. Experience breath exercises paired with simple stretches and time to find a seat in a guided meditation. Welcome to all experience … click to read more

NIA Fitness

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Tue

Apr 16

+ Add to Calendar 04/16/2019 8:00AM 04/16/2019 1:00PM 15 Undergraduate Falk School of Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportunities in our three program tracks of Natural Resource Management, Sustainable Energy and Urban Systems, as well as Sustainable Business. During your visit, you will sit in on class, tour Eden Hall Campus, and enjoy lunch with students, faculty, and staff. You will also hear from our Career Services and Admission Departments on the application process, financial aid, as well as internship and career opportunities. Additionally, you will have a meeting with the Dean of the Falk School of Sustainability, Dr. Peter Walker to discuss Chatham’s academic programs and goals within Sustainability. Agenda for Visit Days: 8:00am – 8:30am: Registration and Breakfast at Eden Hall - Esther Barazzone Center 8:30am - 9:45am: Campus Tour & Meet with Roy in Aquaculture Lab 10:00am – 11:15am: Students sit in on class of your choice: SUS202 Dynamic Earth Systems | SUS435 Green and Social Innovation | SUS436 Sustainable Energy Applications Parents Q&A Session 11:20am - 12:00pm: Lunch in EBC with Faculty, Staff, and Students 12:00pm – 12:30pm: Career Development Session with Kate Sheridan 12:30pm – 1:00pm: Sustainability Program Overview and closing comments from Peter Walker Chatham University: Eden Hall Campus Brian Dwyer bdwyer@chatham.edu

Undergraduate Falk School of Sustainability & Environment Academic Visit Day

Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus to learn more about our Bachelor of Sustainability Programs. Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability faculty and staff will guide you as you explore academic and career opportu … click to read more

BARRE Fitness

This class typically focuses on small, pulsing movements with emphasis on form, alignment and core engagement. Classes can be adapted for beginners. Other equipment is sometimes used in addition to the barre, such as resista … click to read more

Gentle/ Restorative Yoga

This class is a midweek slow down that’s here to prepare your mind and body for rest. Set up restorative postures that move your body into a state of ease and relaxation. Leave feeling less stress and more space in your mind … click to read more

Chatham Softball vs. Grove City

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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

NIA Fitness

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Mount St. Joseph University

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Softball Double Header vs.Grove City

Home game- First game starts at 6:30pm and second game starts at 8:30pm. … click to read more

Last Day of Classes

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Course Evaluations End

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Department of Science Research Day

The Department of Science Student Research Day is designed to showcase undergraduate and graduate student research performed throughout the academic year. Oral and poster presentations will encompass independent study, capsto … click to read more

Chatham Softball vs. Thiel

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Softball Double Header vs. Thiel

Home Game- First game starts at 1:00pm and second game starts at 3:00pm. … click to read more

Baseball Double Header vs. Bethany

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Intramural Volleyball

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Last Day to Submit Grades, 2nd 7-Week Term

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Final Exams

Grades are due within 48 hours of exam. … click to read more

Baseball Double Header vs. Thiel

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Graduation Toast

Raise a glass of champagne to the graduates of 2019 on Beatty House Porch! … click to read more

Webinar: Sales Tax after June of 2018 #Game Changer

While the new income tax law grabs headlines, for small business owners there was another big 2018 tax change. This change involves a Supreme Court decision on sales tax. The ruling expands states ability to levy sales tax on … 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

Final Exam Conflict/Make-Up Day

Grades are due within 48 hours of exam. … click to read more

Chatham Softball vs. Washington and Jefferson

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Men's Lacrosse Double Header vs. Saint Vincent College

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Baseball Double Header vs. Geneva

Home Game … click to read more

Softball Double Header vs. W&J

Home Game- First game starts at 1:00pm and second game starts at 3:00pm. … click to read more

Women's Lacrosse vs. Saint Vincent College

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Multicultural Student Graduation Celebration

Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Office of Alumni Relations to celebrate graduating students of color. All graduates of color will be presented with a Kente or Country of Origin Stole commemorating academic ex … click to read more

Sun

Apr 28

+ Add to Calendar 04/28/2019 1:00PM 04/28/2019 4:00PM 15 Spring 2019 Commencement View photos from Chatham's Spring 2019 Commencement Ceremony » Chatham University's Spring 2019 Commencement Ceremony will be held on Sunday, April 28, at 1:00 p.m. at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh. The ceremony will be held on the 3rd floor in the Spirit of Pittsburgh ballroom. This is a ticketed event and tickets are required for admission. Directions & Parking Please visit the Convention Center website for directions and parking details. Parking is also available at these locations: Grant Street Transportation Center: http://www.pittsburghparking.com/gstc Street parking (download the mobile app to park): http://www.pittsburghparking.com Real-time information for parking garages in Pittsburgh: http://www.parkpgh.org The event will be live streamed. Please visit chatham.edu/commencement/ to view the live stream of the event or the archived recording after the ceremony. Commencement Speaker: Mary Robinson The speaker and honorary degree recipient will be Mary Robinson, who is Adjunct Professor for Climate Justice in Trinity College Dublin and Chair of The Elders. She served as President of Ireland from 1990-1997 and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights from 1997-2002. She is a member of the Club of Madrid and the recipient of numerous honors and awards including the Presidential Medal of Freedom from the President of the United States Barack Obama. She sits on the advisory board of Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) and is also a member of the Lead Group of the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement. Between 2013 and 2016 she served as the UN Secretary General's Special Envoy in three roles; first for the Great Lakes region of Africa, then on Climate Change and most recently as his Special Envoy on El Nino and Climate. A former President of the International Commission of Jurists and former chair of the Council of Women World Leaders she was President and founder of Realizing Rights: The Ethical Globalization Initiative from 2002-2010 and served as Honorary President of Oxfam International from 2002-2012. Mary Robinson serves as Patron of the Board of the Institute of Human rights and Business, is an Ambassador for The B Team, in addition to being a board member of several organizations including the Mo Ibrahim Foundation and the Aurora Foundation. She is Chancellor of the University of Dublin since 1998. Mary's memoir, "Everybody Matters' was published in September 2012 and her book, "Climate Justice - Hope, Resilience and the Fight for a Sustainable Future" was published in September 2018. David Lawrence Convention Center Mary Simbari MSimbari@chatham.edu

Spring 2019 Commencement

View photos from Chatham's Spring 2019 Commencement Ceremony » Chatham University's Spring 2019 Commencement Ceremony will be held on Sunday, April 28, at 1:00 p.m. at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pit … click to read more

Last Day to Submit Grades

Submit grades before 12:00 noon. … click to read more

Late Registration for Fall 2019 Begins

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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

Baseball Double Header vs. Westminster

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PMI Pittsburgh Northern Satellite Meetings at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus

PMI Pittsburgh is delighted to announce a new collaboration with Chatham University to support our members and interested guests in the North Hills. Please join us from 6 PM to enjoy networking with other professionals, relax … 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

Graduate Psychology - Virtual Information Session

Interested in the field of Psychology? Please join us at our Graduate Psychology virtual information session hosted by a Chatham faculty member. Our programs include the MA in Psychology, MS in Counseling Psychology and … 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

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

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

Chatham University Graduate Open House

For over 20 years, Chatham has been a leader in graduate education in Pittsburgh. Our graduates in the fields of health & wellness, sustainability, business & communications and arts & sciences have gone on to change their fi … 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

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