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CHC in the News

Chestnut Hill College was included in an article in Philadelphia Magazine about the impact Chestnut Hill businesses and institutions have on the region’s overall economy.


CHC’s  Montessori Teacher Certification Program was mentioned in an article titled Ideas We Should Steal: Public Montessori Schools in The Philadelphia Citizen.


Kathy Duffy SSJ, Ph.D., professor of physics and director of the Institute for Religion and Science,  was quoted extensively in the article, Time to Rehabilitate Teilhard de Chardin? in a recent issue of the National Catholic Reporter.


The Chestnut Hill Local ran a story about the life, struggles and successes of Michael Majok Kuch ’08.


The Chestnut Hill Local printed a story about Ruth Kapp Hartz, an author and Holocaust survivor who spoke about her book, “Your Name is Renée,” at CHC in November.


The Chestnut Hill Local ran a photo and caption on December 21, 2017, about Carol Coulson ’82, M.D. who was recently named one of the best medical specialists in North Carolina.


Dr. Dawn Haaz, who graduated from CHC with an M.S. in 2009 and a Psy.D. in 2013, was recognized as one of the top emerging leaders of 2017 in Bucks and Eastern Montgomery counties. Her story was printed in the Bucks County Courier Times on October 1, 2017.


The Chestnut Hill Local ran a story about CHC’s women’s basketball team on December 28, 2017.

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