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Summer reads from The Nation's Health

THE NATION'S HEALTH - With su...
Summer reads from The Nation's Health

THE NATION'S HEALTH - With summer’s arrival, it’s time to find a quiet beach, a shady grove, a comfortable corner on an inviting porch and relax with a good book. But which one? That’s where we can help.  The Nation’s Health  editors have searched online and brick-and-mortar book sellers to come up... (08/19/2019)

Burke among Women of Impact selected for Your Indelible Mark training

BCHS's Jessie Burke was among...
Burke among Women of Impact selected for Your Indelible Mark training

BCHS's Jessie Burke was among 25 exceptional women leaders in health who met in Pittsburgh this month to explore their career and life goals and learn to address organizational and cultural barriers and meet life-stage challenges. The training was sponsored by Women of Impact, a group of women repr... (08/15/2019)

Burke and O'Malley help National Domestic Violence Hotline

Professor Jessica Burke and s...
Burke and O'Malley help National Domestic Violence Hotline

Professor Jessica Burke and student Teagan O'Malley (BCHS '12 '19) developed a framework for evaluating and improving the effectiveness of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, which responds to over 1000 calls for help each day. Burke and O'Malley engaged multiple stakeholders including service ... (08/13/2019)

Caroline Hamilton, Workforce Development Intern at Allegheny County Health Department

"I am extremely grateful for ...
Caroline Hamilton, Workforce Development Intern at Allegheny County Health Department

"I am extremely grateful for my MPH Practicum experience and the relationships that I built during those months! The opportunity to work with programs across the entire health department...allowed me to gain insight and understanding into the process of public health program planning, implementatio... (08/13/2019)

Mohammed Bu Saad, Early Head Start Intern

"Working as an intern gave me...
Mohammed Bu Saad, Early Head Start Intern

"Working as an intern gave me an opportunity to meet different groups of people, and it made me realize that the knowledge that we get in classes can be enhanced and polished by having a field experience in relevant areas. Also, the results that we got from our projects, Parental Needs Assessment, ... (08/12/2019)

 

Fri
8/23
BCHS Event
Departmental Orientation Session BCHS Event
Departmental Orientation Session
Fri 8/23 10:00AM - 3:00PM
1149 Public Health, Foster Conference Room

Join BCHS faculty and staff for additional orientation activities specific to the department. Welcome! 

Sun
8/25
Pitt Public Health Notice
Building Update: DeSoto Street Closed this Sunday Pitt Public Health Notice
Building Update: DeSoto Street Closed this Sunday
Sun 8/25 8:00AM - 6:00PM
Pitt Public Health

On Sunday (August 25th) a crane lift will be located on DeSoto Street.  It will block the street and the lower entrance to the PG Lot.  This should project should be over in one day.  

Mon
8/26
Pitt Public Health Event
Building Update: Crabtree 6 Floor Restrooms Pitt Public Health Event
Building Update: Crabtree 6 Floor Restrooms
Mon 8/26 8:00AM to Fri 9/13 5:00PM
Pitt Public Health

Facilities Management will be renovating the restrooms of the 6th floor of Crabtree starting on August 26th.  The project will take 3-4 weeks.  Please use another facility during the renovations.  

Mon
8/26
Pitt Public Health Event
Welcome Back Pitt Public Health Event
Welcome Back
Mon 8/26 11:00AM - 2:00PM
Public Health Commons (1st floor)

Get re-oriented with the Office of Student Affairs and learn about upcoming events at Pitt Public Health. Second session on Tuesday August 27 - same time and place! 

 

 

Mon
8/26
Epidemiology Subclinical CVD Journal Club
Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology Journal Club Epidemiology Subclinical CVD Journal Club
Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology Journal Club
Mon 8/26 3:00PM - 4:30PM
A521 Public Health

The CVD Epidemiology journal club is a forum for scientific interaction between CVD Epidemiology training program students, collaborating faculty and other students with interest in CVD Epidemiology.