Dr. Harald zur Hausen will present his evolving research on cervical cancer, and his current research on the role of novel viruses in cancers of the colon and breast, as well as in multiple sclerosis.
As a result of a successful inaugural season, seven student athletes, sophomore Domoree Hill, and freshmen, Raevon Floyd-Bennett, Brian Layden, Jon Baldwin, Kevin Meredith, Kevin Clancy and Dasantae Callis, were given all-CSFL distinction as honorable mentions on the conference-wide team.
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. And she strongly recommends starting early to find the internship that will be a good fit now and with the student’s future goals. After completing a summer internship with Linder Global Events in Washington D.C., Burke was happy to share some of the insights she gained.
Harald zur Hausen, M.D., 2008 winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, will present the lecture, “Identification of Novel Agents as Risk Factors for Colon and Breast Cancers and Neurological Disorders” on Monday, March 21, at 2 p.m. in the East Parlor, St. Joseph Hall. Dr. zur Hausen’s lecture is presented as part of the College’s 23rd Annual Biomedical Distinguished Lecture Series.
Chestnut Hill College has received a grant from The Association of Colleges of Sisters of St. Joseph (ACSSJ) to participate in National Catholic Sisters Week. The College will use the grant to host “Beyond Borders: Mission at the Heart of Immigration and Advocacy,” with Veronica Roche, SSJ.
Did you know that Chestnut Hill College School of Graduate Studies offers graduate degrees, post-graduate certificates, and certification programs in five areas of study?
Philadelphia, PA- Chestnut Hill College’s Institute for Religion and Science will host Janet Mock, CSJ, former executive director of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, on Sunday, March 13, at 1:30 p.m., at the Commonwealth Chateau at the College’s Sugar-Loaf campus.
Three years ago, in an effort to enhance the academic experience and social growth of students, Chestnut Hill College began a program called Themed Living Communities (TLC).
With the addition of two new athletic programs earlier this year, Chestnut Hill College saw the need to increase the offerings in the Jack and Rosemary Murphy Gulati Complex Fitness and Recreation Center to better suit the needs of its athletes and the entire campus population.
Jack Gulati, presented the lecture “Balancing Business and Family to Achieve True Wealth and Happiness.”
The College recently hosted a Wellness Day, sponsored by Student Life with participation from Student Activities, Counseling Center, Health Center, Campus Ministry and Janice Kuklick, chair of the physical education department, to encourage students, faculty and staff to create a healthy body-mind-spirit balance in their lives.
If you have already received your teaching certification or are close to receiving it, you will want to take note of a special event coming up on Wednesday, April 6, at the Expo Center at Oaks. The Teacher Job Fair is an excellent way for aspiring teachers to meet prospective employers face-to-face.
The Office of Alumni Relations has been very busy planning an exciting lineup of alumni events this year. Read on and be sure to mark your calendars!
SEPCHE recently hosted their fourth annual Diversity Conference. This year’s theme was Valuing and Embracing Diversity: Exploring Interfaith Dialogue.
Recently, 19 doctoral students in their third year of the five-year Psy.D. program, presented their research in the form of a poster session that was open to all students, faculty and staff on the College campus.
After months of planning, Chestnut Hill College hosted its first annual Student Life Symposium at SugarLoaf in October. The conference theme, Collaborative Conversations, was designed to invite colleagues and student life professionals from the Philadelphia region to share concepts, ideas and strategies on how to make the most of their work with students.
At Chestnut Hill College, whether it be through changing the world, expressing yourself, or just having fun with classmates, clubs offer something for everyone.
In addition to several club sponsored events including open dialogues on race and relations, Chestnut Hill College’s History Club, the Black Student Union, and Phi Alpha Theta will commemorate Black History month by welcoming Lawrence Little, Ph.D., from Villanova University on Thursday, February 18, at 7 p.m. in the East Parlor.
Following the year’s chosen theme of “human flourishing,” Chestnut Hill College’s Institute for Religion and Science will host Mark I. Wallace, Ph.D., who will deliver the presentation, “Where the Great Heron Feeds: Christianity, Animism, and Re-Enchantment of the World,” on February 16, at 7 p.m., at the College’s SugarLoaf Campus.
Chestnut Hill College’s History Club and Phi Alpha Theta will commemorate Black History month by welcoming Lawrence Little, Ph.D., from Villanova University on Thursday, February 18, at 7 p.m. in the East Parlor.