Chestnut Hill College Professors Offer Advice on Online Research

Chestnut Hill College professors Susan Magee, Jacqueline C. Reich, and Sister Mary Jo Larkin, all contributed to a Choice Blog article on how online research has changed how students write research papers.  

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Chestnut Hill College to Host Urban Sustainability Conference

The Third Annual Urban Sustainability Conference for Colleges and Universities comes to Chestnut Hill College on Wednesday, October 22, from 10-3, in the Rotunda and the Redmond Room, St. Joseph Hall. The conference, sponsored by the CHC Sustainability Task Force or Green Team, covers environmental issues and ways to improve them, and helps colleges and universities learn more about trends in sustainability jobs and career fields.  


Chestnut Hill College, Albright College Agree on Pathway from Albright Bachelor's to Select Chestnut Hill Grad Programs

Chestnut Hill College and Albright College have finalized an agreement that offers Albright graduates streamlined admission and benefits to enrolling in select master’s programs in Chestnut Hill College’s School of Graduate Studies.   

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Chestnut Hill College Welcomes Renowned Local Singer, Paula Johns

Cabaret, jazz and big band musician, Paula Johns, known as “La Chanteuse de Jazz,” will perform at Chestnut Hill College on Thursday, October 23, at 7 p.m., in the East Parlor, St. Joseph Hall. 


CHC Graduate, Mike Melnychenko '14, Selected in Sixth Round of National Lacrosse League Draft

 After four historic seasons (2011-2014) with the Chestnut Hill College men’s lacrosse team, Michael Melnychenko ’14 (St. Catharines, Ontario) will continue his career at the professional level. The College’s all-time leader in nearly every offensive category and now the first to be drafted into a professional league, Melnychenko was selected by the Buffalo Bandits with the 49th overall pick (sixth round) in the 2014 National Lacrosse League (NLL) Draft at Toronto Rock Athletic Centre on Monday, September 22. 


Women Deacons Advocate to Speak at Chestnut Hill College

Author, scholar and Hofstra University Department of Religion Professor Phyllis Zagano, Ph.D., will speak to the Chestnut Hill College community about the advocacy of women deacons, Sunday, November 9, from 2-4 p.m., at the College’s Commonwealth Chateau, SugarLoaf Hill.  

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Chestnut Hill College Music Professor Wins Prestigious International Composition Award

Edward Strauman, Ph.D., associate professor of music, won third prize in the 2014 Sofia International Composition Competition in Bulgaria for his work “The Musical Voices of St. Mark Basilica.” The competition is an annual event which is open to participants in all countries throughout the world. 

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Chestnut Hill College to Commemorate 100th Anniversary of World War I with Legacy Conference

As part of its legacy conference series, Chestnut Hill College will host “The Legacy of World War I: An Interdisciplinary Conference,” on Friday and Saturday, November 14 and 15, 2014. The conference, which was organized to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First World War, while highlighting the significant changes still felt from its aftermath to this day, is open to the public and will be held at the Commonwealth Chateau, on the College’s SugarLoaf Hill campus.  Registration is required.


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