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Open House

Visit Us on Friday, November 10, 2017

Visit us to learn about your opportunities for a great education at Pitt Public Health. 

Open House includes overviews of our departments and programs, student organizations, research and practice centers, admissions, and financial aid. 

Pre-register today! 
Note: there is no deadline for registration and pre-registration is requested, but not required. Parking, location, and check-in information will be sent upon registering. 

Tentative Agenda

10:00 Registration and Refreshments
Ground Floor Parran Lobby
Concurrent Session:  Certificate in Global Health.
10:30 Welcome and Overview
G23 Parran
  • Margaret Matthews, Student Government President
  • Cindy Bryce, PhD, Associate Dean for Student Affairs
  • Jessie Burke, PhD, Associate Dean for Education
Career Services
  • Joan Anson, MSEd, PC, Career Services

Financial Aid Information

  • Mary Derkach, JD, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Application Process
  • Susie McDonald, Interim Admissions Manager
11:45 Information Marketplace
Parran Commons
with representatives and information from departments, certificates, centers, student organizations.
12:15 Concurrent Session: 3+2 Program for Pitt Students
A215 Crabtree Hall
An optional session for Pitt students considering joining Pitt Public Health in their fourth year.
12:45 Departmental Lunch
 Locations Vary
With faculty, staff, and students.
  2:15 Student Panel 
A522 Crabtree Hall
With representatives from student organizations and other current students.
  3:00 Optional Session: Genetic Counseling at Pitt Public Health
3140 Parran
Current students will present cases they have seen during their clinical rotations and talk about their experiences in the program
Orientation students gather

Open House Questions?

Contact Caitlin McCullough, 412-624-3646, for more info.

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