“I like being able to use my marketing skills to create events and promote them and unite people in the spirit of giving back.”Read More
“I met leaders like Chelsea Clinton and engaged in conversation about leadership, networking, activism, and making the most out of your career.”Read More
In fact, this year Chatham was ranked 7th in the nation for best food grown and sourced locally by Sierra Magazine’s 2015 “Cool Schools” report.Read More
Austin's work may one day be used to help diagnose lupus, today an arduous process that often takes years.Read More
Miga is also proud that the project makes use of an existing structure, rather than calls for new construction. “We inherited this property, and we’re making an effort to use what is here,” he says.Read More
When it comes to acquiring hands-on work experience, learning about which professional environments suit you, and making industry contacts, there’s not much better than an internship.
“It’s been a great four years. I really sucked the marrow out of it. I got my money’s worth,” Schollaert laughs.Read More
Twenty-four graduate students will spend the next year addressing health disparities in Western Pennsylvania while developing lifelong leadership skills. Two of these students come from Chatham University.Read More
“Starbucks was not started by a guy in a nice suit with gray hair,” says the man in the nice suit with gray hair. This is Zev Siegl, and, to be fair, it’s been a couple years since he and two friends started Starbucks in 1970.Read More
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, about 15 percent of U.S. college students are students of color. While learning to navigate college life can be tough for anyone, these students may face specific and unique concerns.Read More
"It wasn’t my plan to run,” Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Deborah Gross told the roomful of women following the wine and cheese networking reception. “It came as a surprise when the councilman retired. I was holding the phone with one hand and writing a list of all the people I knew who could run, 150 or so, with the other. And then I thought I want to be the one to do this.”Read More
In both non-profits, Hermalin noted some degree of reluctance to talk about the projects in terms of class and race; for example, a tendency to refer to “high crime” areas, which, she points out, “puts them (the speakers) in the position or reinforcing negative stereotypes even as they try to advocate for the community.”Read More
Zig Osiecki thought that his Fellowship would be spent creating a more sustainable garden and a plan for its year-round use. He was wrong.