Maeve Hogland

Music Department to Welcome Maeve Hoglund for Concert and Master Class

In partnership with Music and Arts, Chestnut Hill College will welcome critically acclaimed soprano Maeve Hoglund to the campus to perform a concert and offer music department students a master class.

Joe Dolderer painting F2F

Face to Face Portrait Exhibition Premiere at Chestnut Hill College

Chestnut Hill College, Studio Incamminati's partner in the new Integrated Art Studio major, kicks off the art exhibition, "Face to Face: The Craniofacial Program Portrait Project," with an inspiring event featuring doctors, artists, parents, educators and some big news from the beloved Berenstain Bears. 

David Sarwer

Chestnut Hill College Welcomes Body Image Researcher

The psychology department will host lecturer, David B. Sarwer, Ph.D., a psychologist from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania, on Monday, September 15, from 5 to 7 p.m., in the Redmond Room, St. Joseph Hall. He will present the symposium “Psychological Aspects of Physical Appearance: Cosmetic Enhancement to Treating Disfigurement” that will provide an overview of more than two decades of research conducted on the psychosocial aspects of physical appearance at the Center for Human Appearance at Penn.  

Jack Goldberg - Cancer Research Center

Cancer Center Researcher to Deliver Lecture at Chestnut Hill College

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Chestnut Hill College welcomes Jack Goldberg, M.D., F.A.C.P., who will deliver the lecture “E. Pluribus Unum: Leukemia from Patients to Bench and Back again,” for its 21st Annual Biomedical Distinguished Lecture Series on Wednesday, October 1, at 3:30 p.m., in the East Parlor, St. Joseph Hall.   

Dan Rottenberg Outsider

Chestnut Hill College Hosts Book Discussion and Signing by Renowned Author, Dan Rottenberg

Chestnut Hill College welcomes Dan Rottenberg, author of “The Outsider, Albert M. Greenfield and the Fall of the Protestant Establishment,” to discuss the book and sign copies. The event takes place Thursday, October 9, at 7:30 p.m. on the College’s SugarLoaf Hill campus. In 2006, CHC bought the 30-acre Sugarloaf Estate from the Albert M. Greenfield Foundation for $11 million, doubling the size of its campus.  

CHC Students win APA Award

Two Chestnut Hill College Students Recognized with American Psychological Award

Chestnut Hill College doctoral students, Allison Abrahamson, M.S., and Rebeccah A. Bernard, M.A., M.S., have received the 2014 American Psychological Association Award for a Distinguished Graduate Student in Professional Psychology for their creation of the Human Rights Forum on campus.    

C. Alford Receives DVEC Award

 DVEC Awards Scholarships to Two Chestnut Hill College Students 

 The Delaware Valley Education Consortium (DVEC) awarded two $1,500 scholarships to Chestnut Hill College students, junior Christopher Alford and Andrew Bleckner.  


IDHP Students Tour Chestnut Hill Community as Part of New Learning Initiative

A group of students from the Interdsiciplinary Honors Program at Chestnut Hill College will tour various Chestnut Hill locations including Woodmere Art Museum and the Chestnut Hill Local on Aug.21 as part of a new initiative called Chestnut Hill as Text (CHAT). 


Soldiers Project Pennsylvania to Host Clinician Training to Discuss Understanding and Treating Trauma in Military Children  

Chestnut Hill College will host a training for the Soldiers Project Pennsylvania on Understanding and Treating Trauma in Military Children on Thursday, October 2, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Redmond Room, St. Joseph Hall.  


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