Hello and welcome back to From the Desk of Dean Waite! Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students [email protected] The Co-Curricular Transcript is an official document of Chatham University just like an Academic Transcript, but designed to recognize and validate student certifications, honors, awards, leadership positions, and other campus and community involvement.As shared in August, “Blog: From the Desk of Dean Waite ” is a new undertaking for Student Affairs with assistance from other campus constituents. The Co-Curricular Transcript is a valuable tool for preparing a resume and can be shared with prospective employers and graduate or professional school admissions committees.For more information, please contact Stephanie Reynolds at [email protected] 412-365-1286. Come to the Accelerated Graduate Program Fair and have all of your questions answered!Return to top Are you interested in an Accelerated Graduate Program? Financial aid and the Registrar's office will give a brief presentation in Beckwith at .Three of the trees were State Champion Trees of Pennsylvania. Here also are found descendants of the first Ailanthus tree planted in America by William Hamilton in 1784. 9 in.; Honey Locust (Gleditsia triacathos) 9 ft.; Mossy-cup Oak (Quercus macrocarpa) 10 ft. We will leave significant portions of the trunks of these trees as a reminder of their massive presence in the landscape, and as a habitat for wildlife.It is possible that there has been an Elm grove to the east of the Hamilton Mansion since William Hamilton lived at The Woodlands in the 18th Century. An English Maple (Acer campestre) with numerous sprouts from its base and roots, and in vigorous health notwithstanding the clouds of smoke from the nearby railroads and manufacturing plants, is 6 ft. There are also several other noteworthy trees, tabulated as follows: Buckeye (Aesculus flava) 5 ft. In addition, we are looking for creative uses for the wood from these trees.We know that there was a line of trees in the area where the Elms are that was the border to William Hamilton’s circuit walk. Please join us to celebrate the life of these magnificent trees on Thursday, March 9th from 4PM-6PM.This line of trees can be seen in the below painting of The Woodlands from 1792. When The Woodlands Cemetery Company was founded in 1840, the trees on-site played a major role in the planning of each section, so much so, that the roads throughout the cemetery were named for the types of trees that were most prevalent in that area. Harshberger, professor of Botany at the University of Pennsylvania, wrote an article for The Garden Magazine on The Woodlands. Donations in honor of the English Elm Grove can be made to The Woodlands Tree fund, a fund that has been created to propagate significant trees on the property and ensure continuous tree replanting throughout the grounds.
Simply stated, we rescue animals directly from the hands of the abusers.
It’s one of those in-between cities that is so characteristic of the Mid-Atlantic region.
Not quite Northern, Southern, East Coast, or Midwestern – it’s a place all its own.
We hope you will continue to review “Returning Student News” to obtain updates on Student Affairs and other campus divisions and departments. Also, it is a good document to use to review your co-curricular activity goals throughout the college experience.
The Co-Curricular Transcript is available at my Chatham Co-Curricular Transcript.
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