Research & Centers

It may sound counterintuitive that a small school offers myriad research opportunities and affiliated centers, but you’ll find that to be the case at Chatham. You’ll get to know your professors working closely on projects and find that they’re committed to hands-on learning in fields that make a real difference in the areas—social, ecological, scientific—that contribute to a brighter, healthier tomorrow for us all.
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IM4Q Program

The Independent Monitoring for Quality (IM4Q) Program at Chatham aims to improve the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities by affording them the opportunity to independently communicate their perception of services provided by Allegheny, Beaver, Greene and Washington County’s contracted residential providers.

Explore the IM4Q Program : Checkerboard 4 - IM4Q Program
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Center for Women's Entrepreneurship (CWE)

The Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship (CWE) creates economic opportunities for women through entrepreneurial education and training, mentoring, and networking. CWE also provides programs and services geared to women in underserved communities and the challenges they face in starting and succeeding in business.

Learn About CWE : Checkerboard 5 - Center for Women's Entrepreneurship (CWE)
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Center for Regional Agricultural, Food, and Transformation (CRAFT)

An affiliate of the MAFS program, CRAFT provides resources, learning opportunities, and technical assistance on food systems, regional food cultures, and sustainable economies to individuals, organizations, and businesses. It offers ample opportunities for students to be involved in assistantships, research, and project engagement.

Learn About CRAFT : Checkerboard 8 - Center for Regional Agricultural, Food, and Transformation (CRAFT)

Research & Centers