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Open House

See Yourself in Public Health

On Friday, November 9, we welcomed 89 prospective students, showing them how their interests and goals line up with our degree programs. 

Our annual Open House is held every November, with our Accepted Applicants Day following in March. Look for an announcement of our next event, plan to visit us another time, or take a look at this synopsis of our 2018 event. 

Tentative Agenda

10:00 Registration and Refreshments
Ground Floor Lobby
Informational Sessions (Optional):
Certificate in Global Health
Certificate in Evaluation of Public Health Programs
Certificate in Health Equity
Certificate in LGBT Individuals' Health and Wellness
Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s (3+2) Program for Pitt undergrads
10:30 Welcome and Overview
G23 Public Health
  • Donald Burke, MD, Dean
  • Ray van Cleve, Student Government Association
  • Cindy Bryce, PhD, Associate Dean for Student Affairs
  • Jessica Burke, PhD, Associate Dean for Education
Career Services
  • Joan Anson, MSEd, PC, Director of Career Services
Financial Aid Information
  • Mary Derkach, JD, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs

Application Process
  • Karrie Lukin, MLIS, Recruitment and Admissions Manager
11:45 Information Marketplace
Public Health Commons
with representatives and information from departments, certificates, centers, student organizations.
12:30 Departmental Lunch
 Locations Vary 
With faculty, staff, and students.
2:00 Informational Sessions:
Student Panel
A115 Public Health
With representatives from student organizations and other current students.

Genetic Counseling at Pitt Public Health

A216 Public Health
Current students will present cases they have seen during their clinical rotations and talk about their experiences in the program

Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's (3+2) Program for Pitt undergrads

A521 Public Health
An optional session for Pitt students considering joining Pitt Public Health in their fourth year.
Orientation students gather

Open House Questions?

Contact Renee Hill at 412-383-9038, for more information.

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