Faculty are invited to the Hack Your Assignment workshop Thursday, October 24, from 1-3pm in 1155 Public Health. Come learn about some common assignment challenges and receive feedback that will help you design, redesign, or improve an assignment. Participants should bring four copies of an existing assignment or four copies of a written draft of an idea for an assignment they think will be challenging. To register, click on the title URL of thi...
Attending the 2019 APHA Annual Meeting & Expo in Philly? Join alumni, faculty, staff, and students for a special wine and cheese reception just down the block from the convention center. Dean Everette James will share updates on research, new initiatives, and programs at Pitt Public Health.
Learn more about and celebrate LGBT History Month through various activities: take a look at Pittsburgh's acceptance journeys photo story exhibit, watch cycle series (which talks about menstruation from a transmasculine perspective), hear from our secretary of health Rachel Levine, who is one of the nations highest ranking transgender persons, and participate in telling your LGBTQ experience as a member or ally following Rachel Levine's presenta...
Pitt Public Health's Center for Public Health Practice is looking for two students to begin an experiential learning opportunity at Allegheny County Health Deparmtnet (ACHD) beginning in spring 2020. Students are expected to serve in their position for at least two-three semesters at 10 hours per week. A $750 tution scholarship will be provided at the end of each completed semester.
She Creates will host an event to celebrate Women’s Entrepreneurship Week. The event will feature a woman keynote talk and a panel of young early-stage women entrepreneurs in varying business ventures from bow ties to proteomics.
Join the Center for Bioethics and Health Law for the 2019 Mark A. Nordenberg Lecture in Law, Medicine, and Psychiatry on 11/5 at 12:30 p.m. Barak Richman is Edgar P. and Elizabeth C. Bartlett Professor of Law and professor of business administration at Duke University.
Join us Wednesday 10/23 from 12:00PM - 2:00PM in 1155 Public Health, Foster Conf. Rm.(former 1149) to come together as a community in the wake of the one year anniversary of the Tree of Life shooting.
The Student Diversity Dashboard has been updated with Fall 2019 data. This dashboard displays the racial/ethnic diversity of Pitt students since 2006. The dashboard can be filtered by school, level, academic term, and race/ethnicity.
Spring Term enrollment appointments begin on Monday, October 28 at 12:00AM midnight. Appointments for veteran students begin on Friday, October 25 at 12:00AM midnight. Check your enrollment appointment time in the Pitt Portal. Open enrollment begins at 12:01AM Saturday, November 9.
Do you love introducing people to Pitt Public Health? Do you need volunteer hours for a scholarship/award? Volunteer your time during Pitt Public Health Open House on Friday, November 8. Current students are needed leading up to and the day of the event. Contact Renee Hill for more information.
It’s not too late to become a student representative for the Educational Policies and Curriculum Committee (EPCC)! EPCC is seeking a Master’s student to fill their final student representative position. Please contact Mary Derkach ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) if you are interested.
Pitt Trailblazers are hiring graduate or professional student tour guides for the upcoming year.
Mark your calendars for Friday, October 25 and plan to attend a special address by PA Secretary of Health Rachel Levin, MD, as the culmination of LGBT History Month. Levine will discuss the health disparities present in LGBTQ populations. Learn about the etiology, standards of care, and opportunities to progress this field of healthcare.
She Creates, an event in celebration of Women's Entrepreneurship Week discusses the challenges around women as tech leaders and as founders in startups, such as the gender investment gap and the lack of women in founder-roles. The event features a woman keynote talk and a panel of young early-stage women entrepreneurs in varying business ventures.
Congratulations to health policy and management students Erika Garrison (MHA/MBA '20), Ilham Abdi (MHA '20), and Terrance Litam (MHA '20) for taking first-place honors in Washington, DC at the 2019 Everett V. Fox Student Case Competition sponsored by National Association of Health Services Executives. Competing among 29 teams representing the nation's top programs, the Pitt students developed a plan to address the health care needs of San Franci...
Educational Programs in the Office of Student Affairs wants to hear about your practicum/ internship. If you had an amazing experience, please get in touch, so we can find out more about your practicum host site and what made it such a worthwhile opportunity! E-mail Robin Leaf, email@example.com.