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  • The Center's leadership team from left: Lynn Ortale, Ph.D., Meredith Kneavel, Ph.D., Bill Ernst, Psy.D., Lynn Tubman, M.Ed

    CHC has announced the formation of the Center for Concussion Education of Chestnut Hill College, whose purpose is to create a nationally recognized interdisciplinary center for concussion education, research and policy.

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CHC staff and faculty receive awards for length of service to the College.

Staff and faculty filled the Redmond Room to say a bittersweet farewell to four of their retiring colleagues. As Sister Carol said in her opening remarks, “Endings are seldom easy, but each step leads to new wonders.”

Class of 2016

The credits on the Class of 2016 began to roll on Saturday, May 14 as the students walked their symbolic red carpet toward the next chapter of their lives.

Joey Galantuomo '17 and Sister Meg share a hug upon the presentation of the journals.

Students received a unique opportunity when they interviewed sisters living at St. Joseph’s Villa as part of last fall’s Death and Dying class taught by Marie Conn, Ph.D., professor of religious studies and fellow of thanatology, assisted by Shane McCarthy, service learning assistant in career development.

CHC and Temple students pose together following the debate.

A group of CHC students from the political science department traveled to the mayor’s reception room in City Hall for an informative and substantive debate with students from Temple University.

From L to R: Sister Carol Jean Vale, Ph.D, president of the College, Kathleen Shea Pie, and Margo Mongil-Kwoka, alumni association board president,

This year's recipients were Kathleen Shea Pie '87, '92 SGS, of the Eleanore Dolan Egan '28 Award and Ritamarie Moscola, M.D.., M.P.H. '78, of the Distinguished Achievement Award.


Participants will have the chance to propose solutions to global issues before presenting their findings in front of members of the United Nations.

Ana Marjanovic Shane

Ana Marjanovic-Shane, Ph.D., associate professor of education, has received a 2016-17 Fulbright Scholar grant and will spend four months in Serbia, teaching at the University of Belgrade.