Gallup-Purdue narrowed down the six most impactful college experiences to guarantee post-graduate success—all six can be found at Chatham University. Chatham senior Tabitha Weaver recounts some of her favorites.Read More
Vinicius Muniz, International Business ‘22 and squash star, may only be in his first year at Chatham but he is already on his third study abroad experience. Check out his tips for international travel and improving your squash game.Read More
“Eco-Reps are a new student employment role. They’re basically peer educators on environmental and sustainability topics,” says Dr. Mary Whitney, Chatham’s director of University Sustainability. “For the first campus dinner of the year, when everyone eats together, they came in and taught composting.”Read More
To get a sense of the extensive opportunities available to undergraduates at Chatham, just take a look at Trevor Borsh (International Business, ‘21).Read More
Thanks to ample performance opportunities, private instruction from Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra members, and music-specific scholarships, Chatham music students flourish.Read More
On-campus employment is a great way to increase your skill set while earning some extra cash. Check out our list of some unique student employee positions, and get to work at Chatham!Read More
We caught up with Chatham students from across the United States to see how they’re taking advantage of all the ‘Burgh has to offer while adapting to a major life change.Read More
Eighteen Chatham students attended the Emerging Leaders Overnight Retreat at Camp Guyasuta, about 30 minutes north of Pittsburgh. The goal was to fine-tune their understanding of what leadership really is, hone their leadership skills in the great outdoors, make friends, and step outside of their comfort zones.Read More
BOTC is a week-long competition between the seniors, juniors, sophomores, and first years that calls on each class to exhibit creativity, cooperation, and Chatham pride.Read More
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
Sophie Costan, Biology '16 spent the summer completing a Psychiatric Genetics Internship at Penn State College of Medicine in Hershey, PA. We caught up with Sophie to see what she got out of her summer internship experience.Read More
Chatham Head Women’s Volleyball Coach Dylan Lasher has always been a cat. In elementary school, he was a Tiger. In high school, a Bobcat. At Thiel College, he was a Tomcat. He played for their volleyball team, but it was as assistant student coach for Thiel’s women’s team that he saw the Chatham Cougars in action.Read More
“The class is rewarding enough that you don’t want to skip it. I got my wisdom teeth out and two days later, I was there, with ice packed onto my face,” says first-year student Elena Boyle.Read More
We sat down with Cindy Kerr and Shannon Brenner, respectively director and coordinator of the PACE Center for Academic Support and Disability Support Services, to learn how students can get the most out of their time hitting the books. Here’s what we found out:Read More
“What was the final project?” I ask Michelina Astle ’17, president of the Chatham Scholars Advisory Board (SAB). We’re talking about the one-credit “Dialogues” course that the Scholars take during their first year.
“Dr. MacNeil told us to do something,” she says.
“Do something?” I ask.
“Do something," she says.Read More
Chatham University is again competing for international recognition as a leader in campus waste reduction.Read More
The Bonner program accepts first-years and sophomores, who go on a “speed date” with participating nonprofits at the beginning of their first year in the program.Read More
“More than anything, I was surprised at how much I knew. We learned a lot from each other. We probably learned as much from each other as we did from everyone else who spoke to us that day.”
From a list of 13 local companies and organizations, students chose one where they spent about two hours touring the facility, visiting with employees, and participating in a Q and A session.Read More