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Cultural Workshop held at Chesnut Hill College

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In preparation for teaching in the HESA project for Catholic Sisters in Ghana and Nigeria, Chestnut Hill College held a one day African Culture Workshop.

Top Row (left to right) Elaine Green, Tata Mbugua, Brighid Blake, Sister Kathryn Miller

Middle Row: (left to right) Sister Mary Esther Lee, Michael Chiaradonna, Susan Magee, Sister Mary Jo Larkin, Diane Arnold

Bottom Row: (left to right) April Fowlkes, Jamie Czerniakowski, Marie Scheetz, Sister Patricia Mengel, Sister Roberta Archibald, Sister Lisa Olivieri, John Ebersole, Sr. Jane Wakahiu

In preparation for teaching in the HESA project for Catholic Sisters in Ghana and Nigeria, on May 22, 2014, Chestnut Hill College held a one day African Culture Workshop. The workshop was attended by 18 faculty, staff, and administration from Chestnut Hill College. Presenters were: Dr. Tata Mbugua, Associate Professor at the University of Scranton, Sr. Jane Wakahi, LSOSF, ASEC, Executive Director and Susan Megee, Faculty and Instructional designer at Chestnut Hill College.

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Top Row (left to right): Jamie Czerniakowski (Admissions Counselor), Elaine Green, Ed.D (Dean of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies), Marie Scheetz (Registrar)

Bottom Row (left to right): Sister Mary Esther Lee (Director of Admissions), Walter Childs (Director or Accelerated), April Fowlkes (Transfer Manager) Mary Ann Borek (Data Input Specialist)

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