in Pittsburgh, PA, has a long history of commitment to the environment, global
understanding, and women's leadership. Chatham is the alma mater of
environmental icon Rachel Carson, and is recognized as a leader in the field of
sustainability, having been named to The Princeton Review's Green
College Honor Roll, named to Sierra Magazine's list of top 25 "Cool
Schools" and mentioned in a 2012 Forbes article as one of the places "contributing
to Pittsburgh's transformation into a destination for green living." Chatham's Falk School of Sustainability works to prepare its graduate
students in fields helping to drive tomorrow's economy, offering graduate degrees in sustainability, food studies, and business.
The Falk School is based at Chatham's Eden Hall campus - a 388-acre farm and academic community built from the ground up for
sustainable development, living, and learning. Designed to ultimately serve
more than 1,500 students while producing zero carbon emissions and more energy
than it consumes, Eden Hall features high performance green buildings and
the latest in sustainable land, energy, and water management techniques.