Chatham Adds 'Green' Executive MBA
The university's School of Sustainability and the Environment will begin offering courses for the 16-month program starting this fall.
Chatham University's Eden Hall campus
Chatham to offer Executive Master degree in sustainability
Over the years, we’ve learned that nothing lasts forever, so we must take care of what we have. In the spirit of this realization, Chatham University’s School of Sustainability and the Environment will begin offering courses for the 16-month Executive Master in Sustainability Leadership starting this fall.
The 30-credit program is designed with working professionals in mind. Applicants may come from a variety of backgrounds, but they must have a strong desire to advance their careers in sustainability or transition into a sustainable field. Classes are primarily offered online, but students will need to make periodic trips to the university’s energy-efficient Eden Hall campus. Coursework is primarily based on a combination of classes within the Master of Sustainability, Master of Business Administration and communications programs. To learn more, email Trish Golla.
Thiel receives bequest to establish new scholarship program
The late David E. Baughman, a Greenville native and lifetime Pittsburgh resident who passed away in November, was actively involved in the community both prior to and during his retirement. He continues to give back via various bequests from his estate, including $3.7 million to Thiel College to establish the Emerson A. Baughman, Agnes F. Baughman and David E. Baughman Endowed Scholarship through the Northern Mercer County Community Foundation.
The scholarship will provide full tuition annually to high-school students from the Commodore Perry, Greenville, Jamestown and Reynolds districts. To learn more, parents and students can contact the admissions office at 724/589-2345 or email@example.com.
Grove City College adds International Justice Mission chapter
The International Justice Mission is a global human-rights nonprofit based in Washington, D.C., that aims to rescue victims of violence, exploitation, oppression and slavery. Grove City College students recently signed on to help the cause by starting their own chapter, joining only five other campus groups in the state. The GCC chapter plans to spread the word about international injustices through events and campaigns. Participants will also be working to raise funds for IJM initiatives.