There are seven multifaceted student groups at Pitt Public Health under the eighth umbrella organization, the Student Government Association, of which all Pitt Public Health students are automatically members:
- Association of Women in Public Health
- Doctoral Student Organization
- Global Health Student Association
- Health Policy and Management Association
- Minority Student Organization
- Public Health Fitness and Recreation Organization
- Student Public Health Epidemic Response Effort
There are also a wide variety of University-level student organizations, many of which have graduate and professional students among their members and including the Graduate and Professional Student Government.
Participate in schoolwide governance through service on key committees, like the Pitt Public Health Council, Educational Policies and Curriculum Committee, Diversity Committee, Safety Committee, Planning and Budget Committee, or MPH Committee. Students serve one-year terms and are selected at the beginning of each academic year. E-mail email@example.com if you're interested in serving.
The American Public Health Association's Student Assembly is the nation's largest student-led organization dedicated to furthering the development of the next generation of professionals in public health and health-related disciplines.
Student discounts may apply at many organizations. Other opportunities include:
- Alumni Association for Health Administration
- American Public Health Association
- Delta Omega
- Pennsylvania Public Health Association
- University of Pittsburgh Alumni Association
- Pitt chapter of Toastmasters
Check with your department for other ideas of professional organizations offering student memberships.
Sources of Information
Pitt Email and Student Listserv
Make sure you're checking (or forwarding) your Pitt e-mail! This is where you will receive all school publications as well as other important messages from the school, your department, and the Office of Student Affairs.
The Week Ahead
The Week Ahead is a weekly compilation of Pitt Public Health, University, and community events and deadlines sent between Thursday evening and Friday morning.
Things to Know
Things to Know is a bi-weekly list of announcements and iniatives including policy changes, scholarships, internships and fellowships, student organization information, courses, career services, and graduation updates.
Pitt Public Health Update
other social media channels at Pitt Public Health
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Tell us your story
We're eager to hear about the successes of our students (and faculty, alumni, and staff!). Visit publichealth.pitt.edu/sharenews so we can share your story.
email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have something you'd like us to share or if you have questions.