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Cathy 2020

This week the Board of Directors of Chestnut Hill College elected Catherine Lockyer Moulton as Chair of the Board of Directors for a second term.

haley norwillo

Focusing on the student first and the athlete second, our Griffins are encouraged to achieve success in the classroom, the community and the courts/fields. We are so incredibly proud of how CHC student-athletes always manage to maintain the perfect balance between all three, and this year we are thrilled to announce the recognition of three athletes in particular as winners of the CACC Top XVI Award. We also are proud to recognize the women's athletics program for the CACC Sportsmanship Award.

John McLaughlin

Life on the front lines has never been more trying for those working in the healthcare profession. They truly are heroes, and we're so proud to spotlight our very own John McLaughlin, M.D., '08,  an ophthalmologist at Horizon Eye Care and Shore Medical Center in New Jersey who shared his experience and reflected on what it's been like working and living during the pandemic.

virtual ceremony

Last week Chestnut Hill College held a virtual ceremony for the 2020 Student Leadership Awards, honoring students for their contributions to life outside the classroom.

CHC

Chestnut Hill College will use $787,325 it received as part of the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act to directly support students who have demonstrated need and are facing significant financial challenges due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

tom mazza

Life on the front lines has never been more trying for those working in the healthcare profession. They truly are heroes, and we're so proud to spotlight our very own Tom Mazza '11, an ER registered nurse at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, located outside of Philadelphia, who shared his experience and reflected on what it's been like working and living during this pandemic.

renee davis

Renee Davis '16, a Philadelphia police officer and Army reservist, reflected on what it's been like working and living during the pandemic.