Eat ’n Park Hospitality Group (EPHG), through its Parkhurst division and client partners, has launched a scholarship program that covers the cost of meals for eligible employees (and family members), while they are enrolled at Chatham University.
Chatham University will host Out of Many: Stories of Migration, an exhibit featuring the faces and experiences of multiple generations of migrants, immigrants and their descendants from February 7th through April 4th in Chatham’s Shadyside Art Gallery.
The Staunton Farm Foundation has awarded Chatham University a grant to support the development of a new mentorship program for women in substance abuse recovery as part of the existing Maenad Fellowship Program.
The New York Times recently reported that the Federal Government is considering narrowing the definition of gender exclusively to a binary (male and female)…while this policy change may or may not become a reality, we want to reiterate that Chatham does not and will not discriminate on…
Chatham’s mission declares: “…Chatham prepares its graduates to be informed and engaged citizens in their communities.” Today, on the last day to register to vote in Pennsylvania for the upcoming mid-term election…
I plan to share over the coming weeks some thoughts on what this statement of mission and values has meant, and still means, for Chatham. I’m starting this series with the statement’s penultimate tenet: “to recognize and respect diversity of culture, identity & opinion.”
Chatham University is pleased to announce that it is one of a select group of 22 institutions across the nation chosen by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) to receive a grant in the amount of $13,000 to implement a CIC/AARP Foundation Intergenerational Connections: Students Serving Older Adultsproject.