On September 12, the Global Education Office welcomed Gloria Lupo Pasini, a representative from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore — CHC’s partner university in Milan, Italy.
Last week, six Chestnut Hill College students arrived in Belgium to begin their semester-long study abroad experience at HOWEST (University College West-Flanders).
Chestnut Hill College continues to expand its global partnerships, and with it, opportunities for CHC students to study away for a semester or academic year. To kick off the semester and welcome a new class of Griffins, the Global Education Office hosted a Study Away Information Session on September 13 open to all interested students.
The Global Educating Office recently hosted this semester’s first installment of the annual Travels at Teatime series, which gives exchange students the opportunity to share a taste of their home country and culture with the greater CHC community.
CHC junior spent two weeks as a tour guide at the Matanuska Glacier, in Southcentral Alaska.
Just a few days after Commencement, six CHC students, including two newly minted graduates, will travel to Kenya for the trip of a lifetime.
Leeann Burke ’16, a business administration and management major, understands the importance of an internship — not only for fellow business administration students, but for all majors.
Students at Effat University in Jeddah, Saudia Arabia, and students from CHC, prepared presentations on topics ranging from fashion to civic engagement, sharing their knowledge with audiences nearly 7,000 miles apart.
Following a first-place finish at the U.S. National Karate Federation (USA-NKF) National Championships and USA Team Trials in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Tomas Greer ’16 advanced to the World Karate Federation (WTK) Pan American Championships in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, where he earned the bronze medal.
For the fourth consecutive year, Chestnut Hill College will be hosting its annual sustainability conference, and for the first time, will be doing so in conjunction with the fair trade event happening on the same day.
CHC celebrated the events of the historical papal visit with many events on campus. Additionally, many in the community were fortunate to attend the events in the city, and have happily shared their unique stories.
As part of the African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC), Megan Welch ’15, and Nicole Carney ’15, along with education professor Marie Leahy, SSJ, took part in a true service-inspired trip with students from Marywood University, in support of the Bigwa Secondary School in Morogoro, Tanzania.
All students at CHC must take the Global Studies course as part of their general education requirement. Section topics include global warming, economic inequality, terrorism...