Grand Rounds

What is Public Health Grand Rounds?

Grand Rounds provides socialization opportunities to our students to the broader profession of public health through engagement in substantive programs on a wide range of topics that reflect the breadth of public health. Students will be able to interact with researchers and practitioners from other settings and universities around the world. Opportunities include interdisciplinary approaches to complex public health problems with lectures, symposia, and conferences outside of the classroom.

Upcoming Grand Rounds Events

Event Category
Tue 11/19/2019 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
GR icon SPHERE Gun Violence Prevention Panel Student Organization Panel Discussion
SPHERE Gun Violence Prevention Panel
Tue 11/19/2019 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Hosted by SPHERE, the Gun Violence Prevention Panel will bring diverse public health perspectives to the issue of gun violence. Speakers include Dr. Lenny Weiss, an emergency medicine physician who responded to the Tree of Life shooting; Dr. Stephen Albert from BCHS, who works in trauma units to prevent retaliation in gun violence victims; and Richard Garland from BCHS, whose work focuses on helping troubled youths involved in gangs and gun violence.


1155 Public Health, Foster Conf. Rm. (former 1149)
Student Organization
Panel Discussion

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Grand Rounds

Two terms of the dean’s Public Health Grand Rounds are required for graduation for all students except joint degree, certificate-only, and non-degree students.

Grand Rounds on CourseWeb

Enrolled students can find complete details about Pitt Public Health Grand Rounds events, including attendance records and more in CourseWeb. If you are unable to view the course PUBHLT 2022, check your current course schedule to confirm that you have formally enrolled in the class. 

Questions?

Contact Robin A. Leaf, MEd, educational programs and practicum manager, or stop by the Pitt Public Health office of student affairs, room G009.