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The 2018 Scholarship Gala, held May 5, was a star-studded affair, with Chris Matthews, of Hardball fame, and his wife Kathleen Matthews, former television news anchor and marketing and public affairs expert, as the evening’s honorees.
Chestnut Hill College will hold its 91st commencement on Saturday, May 12, in Sorgenti Arena beginning with the procession at 10:30 a.m. followed immediately by the ceremony.
With the end of each academic year comes recognition of the scholarly achievements made by students. This year, Chestnut Hill College was proud to induct more than 100 new members to the college's 20 honor societies.
Once again, the end of the semester rolled around quickly and Senior Seminar was held on April 26 in the Rotunda and in several classrooms.
In mid-April, Chestnut Hill College celebrated the 25th Anniversary of its Biomedical Distinguished Lecture Series by welcoming Michael Ciccotti. M.D., director and chief of sports medicine at Rothman Institute.
A bittersweet moment that occurs each April is the Service Awards & Retirement Celebration, held this year on the 19th. Three faculty members and one staff person retired; and 20 celebrated milestones in terms of years served, including Sister Mary Helen Kashuba, D.M.L., professor of French and Russian, who has been with Chestnut Hill College for 55 years.
Commencement is right around the corner, and with it, a new group of alumni! Welcome to the fold, fellow Griffins. We hope you stay engaged and involved with your CHC.
Welcome to our new Connections section: #GriffinPride. Our students, faculty and staff are always doing great things on campus and in the community and, most of the time, they use social media to share their stories.
Members of the CHC community are often mentioned in the news. This month, read a quote from our Assistant Director of Campus Ministry.
The Tichenor-Greer Scholars Program at Chestnut Hill College has announced the first cohort of students to graduate will be part of the Class of 2018.
Some of CHC's education students recently learned firsthand how much fun it is to teach about reading and writing with a buddy.
Anticipated renovations — including air conditioning — are coming to Clement Hall this summer.
The Chestnut Hill College Department of Athletics and Recreation has announced the departure of nine-year athletic director, Lynn Tubman, who has been appointed to the same role at Muhlenberg College, an NCAA Division-III (D-III) institution in Western Pennsylvania.