BCHS 2991 Multilevel Analysis in Public Health
Fridays, 10:00AM-12:50PM. Instructors: Christina Mair, Robert Coulter. 1 cr.
Multilevel analysis is an essential statistical tool that can simultaneously investigate the effects of factors at multiple social ecological levels on individual-level outcomes. Learn to identify scientific problems that necessitate the use of multilevel statistical modeling techniques and understand the essential theoretical underpinnings of multilevel analysis.
Monday 5/22/2017 9:00AM - 12:00PM, 528 ALUMNI HALL
Facilitated by Gabby Yearwood, Department of Anthropology, Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies. ►Register
Thursday 5/25, 10:00AM-12:00PM, Public Health Auditorium (G023)
Featuring a group of experienced regional biotechnology founders and entrepreneurs. Part of Pittsburgh Life Sciences Week. ►Read more
Thursday 5/25 6:00PM - 8:00PM, YMCA Greater Pittsburgh (Wood Street)
The Office of Mayor Peduto invites community members to play a role in continually advancing Pittsburgh as a more vibrant and inclusive place for all.
Friday 6/9/2017 12:00 PM, Lecture Room 6 Scaife Hall
Presented by Pitt Public Health’s Quasar Saleem Padiath, assistant professor of human genetics. Part of the 2017 Senior Vice Chancellor’s Research Seminar Series. 50-minute presentation followed by a short question-and-answer session.
Monday 6/12 12:00PM - 1:00PM 727N Berkman Board Room, MUH
Presented by GH Residents.
Thursday 6/15 8:30AM - 2:00PM. University Club - Ballroom B
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion will host their Second Annual University Wide Diversity Retreat, with keynote address from Dr. Eddie Moore, titled "America is Changing: Are You Ready?" Workshops will include: Accessibility on Campus, Bias Incident Response, Inclusive Recruiting, Individuals with Invisible and Visible Disabilities, The Year of Diversity in Review, and White Privilege 101: Getting in on the Conversations. Contact 412-648-7860 or email@example.com with questions.
Alumna Johnson: CDC/CSTE Allplied Epidemiology Fellow
New walking route, thanks to WalkWorks
Epidemiologists' SWAN Study "Change" data
Accelerated approval and expensive drugs — a challenging combination says HPM's Gellad
Visit publichealth.pitt.edu/calendar for a detailed, searchable list of events at Pitt Public Health.Preview major upcoming events for the term (PDF).
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Topic for 5/30 - Imaging, late markers
Transcripts available for pickup from Registrar's Office (G3 Thackeray) with ID. April 2017 graduates (term 2174).
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The University of Pittsburgh Office of Health Sciences Alumni Relations and the Pitt Alumni Association are hosting a casual, alumni meet-up on the eve of NATIONAL NETWORKING DAY for all Pitt alumni working at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). All Pitt graduates of all NIH branches and campuses and guests are welcome.
THE BARKING DOG - BETHESDA, 4723 Elm Street, Bethesda, MD 20814
Metro stop: Bethesda Station (Red Line)
We hope you can join us for this opportunity to meet your alumni colleagues at the NIH and representatives from the University. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be provided.
For more information, contact Sarah McMullen at 412-647-5307 or at email@example.com
There will be an electronic surplus pick-up on June 1st. The collection areas will be near A724 Crabtree & Parran 4127-28. The areas will be clearly marked. Please have all items flush against the walls to allow for egress and bundle/box loose and small items.
By the end of this workshop, instructors will be able to:
-Navigate to Panopto’s web interface and upload video for streaming on the web;
-Download and use the Panopto Focus Recorder to record and upload video and screen casts;
-Integrate Panopto videos into your Blackboard course;
-Understand best practices for creating video for students;
-Learn about additional support resources for Panopto.
Educational Technology Training Room, B26 Alumni Hall
Alumni Hall, Room 528
Facilitator: Ralph Bangs, University Center for International Studies
Topic for 6/6 - Clearance systems in the brain
Students on the Autism Spectrum features Shaun Eacck of the School of Social Work as the facilitator, as well as a live student panel. The workshop is part of the Provost's Diversity Institute for Faculty Development.
Room 4024, O'Hara Student Center
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