Chatham University Graduate Program Information Session

Stop by the Career Services office between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. to meet a representative from Chatham University who will explain and answer questions on the two graduate programs in its School of Sustainability & the Environment.

From Chatham University:
Our Master of Arts in Food Studies program is one of the first of its kind in the country, and the only one to offer both sustainability agriculture and culinary arts and cuisine within a liberal arts environment. The curriculum emphasizes a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to food systems, and courses focus on how food affects people and the environment from food to table to compost, providing students with intellectual and practical expertise in sustainable food production.

Our Master of Sustainability program applies a problem-based learning approach to explore sustainable principles using case studies, internships, group projects,  and systems-thinking strategies.  Students learn ways to simultaneously improve economic development, advance social justice, and protect the biophysical environment.

The School of Sustainability & the Environment has recently broken ground on its new home – Eden Hall Campus – which is located 18 miles north of Pittsburgh on 388 acres of formerly undeveloped farm and woodlands. Eden Hall will be the first academic community in the world to incorporate sustainable design, living and learning from the ground up.

Career and Professional Development - Bomberger 110

Ursinus College
601 E. Main Street
Collegeville, PA 19426-1000

Phone: 610-409-3599
Website: Click to Visit

Monday, Apr 15, 2013


Career Services

Phone: 610-409-3599
Website: Click to Visit