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Griffins in the News

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that Carol Jean Vale, SSJ, Ph.D., was appointed for an additional five-year term as president of Chestnut Hill College. 

CBS3 interviewed Mary Trossi ’19 after she put together the first triple-double in Chestnut Hill College women’s basketball history.

Chestnut Hill College held a Military Appreciation Night during the women’s basketball game on December 7, the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Chestnut Hill Local has the story.

The Chestnut Hill Local mentioned that Chestnut Hill College education students will help develop waste and recycling lessons that can be used in the classroom as part of a grant made to Norwood-Fontbonne Academy to address environmental sustainability.

CHC Board of Directors member, Frank Reynolds, CEO of PizarBio, was named 2016 Irish Education 100 Recipient. TheStreet.com has the story. 

 

December

The Chestnut Hill Local highlighted SCPS student, Tarik Mclain, for his perseverance in getting an education.

Jade Logan, Ph.D., ABPP, assistant professor of psychology, was quoted in a Newsworks article about political discussions during Thanksgiving dinner.

Mary Ann Domanska ’03 SGS, unveiled her debut novel, “Emic Rizzle, Tinkerer,” at a Meet the Author event in Mt. Airy. The Chestnut Hill Local has the story.

CBS Philly reported that the Chestnut Hill College men’s basketball team defeated Division I Coppin State. 

 

November

UPI.com  and Reality TV World highlighted the Harry Potter Festival and Philadelphia Brotherly Love Cup.

Ralph Tudisco ’91, came up with the concept for a dinner and opera. The Chestnut Hill Local has the story.

Jesse Balcer, associate athletic director and head men’s basketball coach, was interviewed by City of Basketball Love.

The Chestnut Hill Local promoted the Institute for Forgiveness and Reconciliation “Scarred by Struggle” lecture by Joan Chittister, OSB in their September 15th issue.  

 

October

UPI.com  and Reality TV World highlighted the Harry Potter Festival and Philadelphia Brotherly Love Cup.

Ralph Tudisco ’91, came up with the concept for a dinner and opera. The Chestnut Hill Local has the story.

Jesse Balcer, associate athletic director and head men’s basketball coach, was interviewed by City of Basketball Love.

The Chestnut Hill Local promoted the Institute for Forgiveness and Reconciliation “Scarred by Struggle” lecture by Joan Chittister, OSB in their September 15th issue.  

 

September

Read on to see where to find CHC in the news in the past weeks:

The Times Herald highlighted CHC in their “Your Business Minute” section.

Mary Helen Beirne, SSJ ’73 will host a lecture on the history of the Sisters of Saint Joseph on Sunday, September 18 at 2 p.m. Visit catholicphilly.com for more information.

Suzanne del Gizzo, Ph.D., associate professor of English and editor of the Hemingway Review, will participate in a panel discussion of nationally known Hemingway scholars at Misericordia University for their Ernest Hemmingway Exhibit. The Citizens Voice and Misericordia University have the story.

Graduate student Rosalind Lucien was featured in The Morning Call for being awarded fellowship support under the Minority Fellowship Program Services for Transition Age Youth Fellowship.

The following media picked up a story about the Harry Potter Festival:

August

Neal Dhand, M.F.A., assistant professor of communications, was featured by the Chestnut Hill Local  for his feature film, “Crooked & Narrow,” which won the award for Best Editing at the Brooklyn Film Festival.

The Muslim Wellness Foundation hosted a two-day Black Muslim Psychology Conference at the College. The Philadelphia Tribune has the story.

The Chestnut Hill Local recognized Carol McCullough Fitzgerald and her husband, the Honorable James J. Fitzgerald, III, senior judge of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, for receiving Honorary Doctor of Laws degrees at the College’s 89th Commencement.

Kathleen Rex Anderson, Ed.D. ’66, interim vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty, was honored for her contributions to the success of the School of Continuing & Professional Studies. The Bucks County Courier Times has the story.

Elizabeth Herrera ’15, ’16 SGS, was mentioned in the Retrospect for completing her master’s degree in clinical and counseling psychology.

The Daily Record reported on the success of Adrian Avena ’12 in fishing tournaments. 

 

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