2020 has been a year of pivoting to virtual formats, and that's exactly what Chestnut Hill College did this year for the 9th Annual Harry Potter Academic Conference. Conference co-founders, Dr. Karen Wendling and Dr. Patrick McCauley, along with the hundreds of conference attendees, moved to Zoom for the two-day virtual event, which featured a diverse group of speakers and Potter scholars from all over the world.
On behalf of the Chestnut Hill College Community, I want all of you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Wallace’s family, friends, and our West Philadelphia neighbors. Their loss is ours as well.
As a Chestnut Hill College student, Christa Lynch ’03 made extra money working at Bruno’s, the well-known eatery and hang-out right across the street from the College. A career in the restaurant business was not in her plans as an undergraduate sociology major. Her 3-year stint at Bruno’s was her first real experience working in kitchens and restaurants, but it wouldn’t be her last.
Entering the race for the 17th State Senatorial District in Pennsylvania is Amanda Cappelletti, Vice Chair of the East Norriton Board of Supervisors and Chestnut Hill College graduate, equipped with the experience and goals for confronting today’s most relevant issues, from public health to gun violence.
Chestnut Hill College's Center for Concussion Education and Research is changing the way student athletes view concussion protocols, ultimately making those students and their peers, safer in the process.
For providing high-quality, hands-on learning in a vibrant and welcoming community, Chestnut Hill College has once again achieved national recognition as a “College of Distinction.”
This is the fourth year in a row the College has received the honor from Colleges of Distinction, an organization whose annual college guidebook identifies the nation’s top colleges and universities. The College was also named for a fourth time as both a Catholic and a Pennsylvania College of Distinction and for a second time as both a Business and Education College of Distinction.
This year, the Tichenor-Greer Scholars Program welcomes the largest cohort of students in its history.