Executive Education Programs to empower leaders to lead or influence sustainability-related change processes.



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Chatham’s Eden Hall Campus

Chatham’s Eden Hall Campus

Sustainability and corporate social responsibility are becoming increasingly important to businesses and organizations, yet expertise can be hard to come by. That’s why Chatham University’s Falk School of Sustainability & Environment has developed executive education programs to empower business, non-profit and municipal leaders (whether in a designated sustainability role or not) to lead or influence sustainability-related change processes.

Executive education at the Falk School consists of formalized one-day and two-day sessions held on Chatham's Eden Hall Campus. Customized workshops for corporate teams are also available.

In as little as a day, business leaders will learn to navigate immediate stakeholder interests and the broader, deeply intertwined interests of both governments and society to help drive innovation and value creation for business and its communities, ultimately to build a more sustainable global economy and contribute to the common good. Learn more.

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About Eden Hall Campus

Nestled on 388 acres of rolling woodlands and fields in Gibsonia, PA, you will find the world’s first university campus designed to be a showcase for sustainable solutions and the modeling of sustainable approaches to energy, water, food and agriculture, air quality and climate, and the interaction of natural and built systems. With the campus serving as an educational canvas, faculty, students, and the public engage in a collaborative, hands-on approach to learning to develop tomorrow’s leaders in sustainability. Learn more.


About the Falk School

The Falk School of Sustainability & Environment at Chatham University was founded in 2010 after the tremendous gift of the 388-acre Eden Hall Campus from the Eden Hall Foundation. One of the earliest schools of its kind in the country, the Falk School is a wellspring for leadership and education to overcome current and future sustainability challenges, including but not limited to conservation, agro-ecology, sustainable food production, biodiversity, renewable energy systems, and change management. Learn more.

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