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Thu 1/18
Application Deadline: Graduate Nationality Room Scholarships


Applications for Nationality Room Scholarships are now open. For more information on scholarships and how to apply, please visit the University of Pittsburgh's Nationality Rooms website here. Graduate applications are due by January 18, 2018

Fri 2/9
Application Deadline: Center for Global Health Student Travel Scholarships


Center for Global Health Student Travel Scholarship applications and guidelines are available on the CGH website here: https://www.publichealth.pitt.edu/cgh/studentfundingopportunities

The purpose of the Global Health Travel Scholarship program is to partially support international travel expenses for master or doctoral students enrolled in one of the six health science schools at the University of Pittsburgh who want to conduct projects in a middle- or low-income country or resource-poor setting. The project must address a health issue of importance to the host organization and local populace. For a full list of guidelines and application pieces, please visit the link above. 

Fri 3/16 8:00AM to Sun 3/18 4:00PM
9th Annual CUGH Conference: Health Disparities: A Time for Action


Fri 3/16 11:40AM to Sun 3/18 11:45AM
Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) 2018 Annual Global Health Conference


Sat 4/14 7:00AM to Sun 4/15 4:00PM
Global Health & Innovation Conference


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Fri 12/1/17
Holiday Care Package Collection for PCMI students Center for Global Health Deadline
Holiday Care Package Collection for PCMI students
Fri 12/1 8:00AM - 5:00PM


Wed 11/29/17
Helping Babies Breathe Master Trainer Course Center for Global Health Event
Helping Babies Breathe Master Trainer Course
Wed 11/29 3:00PM - 3:05PM


Tue 11/28/17
Ultrasound for Primary Care Center for Global Health Event
Ultrasound for Primary Care
Tue 11/28 8:00AM - 5:00PM


Fri 11/17/17
Cultures of Healing in Practice and the Archive Center for Global Health Event
Cultures of Healing in Practice and the Archive
Fri 11/17 2:30PM - 4:30PM


This symposium, workshop, and performance asks, how do we define healing? With student presentations and a performance manifesto by Chicana playwright and author Virginia Grise, we will open conversation about the relationship between healing practices from indigenous cultures across the Americas including Inuit, Navajo, and curanderismo traditions.

Virginia Grise’s recently published book Your Healing is Killing Me directly confronts the gap between modern and indigenous healing as well as between access. Grise is a recipient of the Yale Drama Award, Whiting Writers’ Award, and the Princess Grace Award in Theatre Directing.

This event will take place in the Latin American Lecture Room in the Hillman Library. 

Wed 11/15/17
Volunteer Nicaragua Event Center for Global Health Event
Volunteer Nicaragua Event
Wed 11/15


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