The Fox Chapel Area branch of the AAUW (FCA-AAUW) has given Career Launching Awards to Chatham University senior women majoring in STEM-related fields since 2009. We caught up with Jennae Reken ’15, past recipient of the award to see how it benefited her.
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.
“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.”
According to Justin Mason, MSUS ‘19, one solution to the problem of keeping utilities affordable could be solar power for low-to-moderate income families—the focus of his master’s thesis with advisor Assistant Professor of Sustainable Technology Iris Grossmann, PhD.