I asked O’Donnell for an interview for a number of reasons—including two unusual international experiences she’s done while at Chatham and the fact that she singlehandedly started the cheerleading squad—but was not expecting this.Read More
Dr. Tyra Good, assistant professor of education, knows a thing or two about culturally responsive education. In fact, she teaches it—courses with names like Teaching in Urban Schools, Issues of Poverty and Race in Education, and Diverse Family Community Partnerships.
“Suturing and setting broken bones and dislocated limbs aren’t typical nursing practices in the US, but in third-world trauma environments, your scope of practice is directly proportional to your knowledge and level of comfort,” Devin says.Read More
“What’s not to like about bringing the world to Chatham and taking Chatham to the rest of the world?”Read More
“Chatham has so many points of pride, and this time of transition fosters a real outward-lookingness. There's a lot of potential to moving into the international arena in a way that we haven't been able to do before.”Read More
Six undergraduate students spent four weeks in Taiwan, studying female entrepreneurs in small-scale, regionally-based restaurants and lodging businesses.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.