Thanks to the 2016-2017 Governor’s It’s On Us PA Grant Program and an award of $28,450, Chestnut Hill College (CHC) is developing the “It’s On Us: Griffin Edition” project in keeping with the College’s commitment toward ending sexual violence, encouraging positive bystander behaviors and challenging rape language and culture.
A long standing tradition at Chestnut Hill College, the 40th annual Carol Night will take place on Friday, December 2, at 7:30 p.m., in the Rotunda of St. Joseph Hall.
Chestnut Hill College (CHC) is preparing to design, develop and implement the first Cybersecurity undergraduate degree program in the Philadelphia area thanks to the newly announced Cyber Sentinels Program. The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Chestnut Hill College a $235,980 three-year capacity building grant through the CyberCorps Scholarship for Service (SFS) program. NSF developed the SFS grant program in response to a national shortage of experts in cybersecurity. Through the SFS grant program, the NSF supports the educational and professional development of students who will help protect the infrastructure of our nation’s critical information.
Following the abrupt and unexpected closure of ITT Educational Services, Inc. (ITT), many students were left at a standstill with their education – as well as left with many questions. Who will accept my transfer credits? Who do I talk to about costs? Which schools offer comparable programs?
ARTZ Philadelphia will host Seeing Hope In Color: Creative Work by People Living with Dementia and Their Care Partners from Monday, October 31 through Friday, November 18 at Chestnut Hill College. The exhibit will be displayed in the Dwight. V. Dowley gallery, fifth floor, St. Joseph Hall.
Chestnut Hill College will host its 7th annual Philadelphia Brotherly Love Cup Quidditch tournament, and its 5th annual Harry Potter Academic Conference from October 20-22 in part with the Harry Potter Festival in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia.
Chestnut Hill College is pleased to announce it has received a $250,000 grant from the Connelly Foundation. These funds will support the capital improvement project of renovating classrooms in Clement Hall on the College’s main campus.
In the wake of ITT Educational Services, Inc. (ITT) suddenly closing its doors on roughly 45,000 students who were enrolled at the technical school, many students – including tens of thousands of federal student loan borrowers – are left confused and questioning what to do about the future of their education.
CHC’s 23rd Annual Fall Biomedical Distinguished Lecture Series will be presented by the Biology Department on Wednesday, October 5, at 2 p.m. in the East Parlor at the College.
Chestnut Hill College’s Institute for Religion and Science will host Nancey Murphy, Ph.D., who will deliver the lecture “Do Humans have Minds? Neuroscientific and Biblical Issues” on Thursday, September 22, at 7 p.m., at the Commonwealth Chateau, SugarLoaf Campus.