Open House

Visit with us this fall, virtually

Attend the virtual public health Open House scheduled for Friday, November 5 to:

  • Get an overview of Pitt Public Health departments and degree programs,
  • Meet faculty, your future mentors, and advisors,
  • Get to know student organizations, research centers, and
  • Ask questions to the admissions, financial aid, and career services teams.

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10:30 a.m. Welcome and Overview of Pitt Public Health 
  • Cindy Bryce, PhD, Associate Dean for Enrollment
  • Jessica Burke, PhD, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
  • Karrie Lukin, MLIS, Director of Recruitment and Admissions
11:30 a.m. Department Session 
with faculty, staff, and students.
12:30 p.m. Student Panel
with representatives from student organizations and other current students.
1:15 p.m. Optional Info Sessions:
Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's (4+1) Program (Pitt Undergrads Only)
with Cindy Bryce, PhD, Associate Dean for Enrollment
Genetic Counseling Program
with faculty from department of human genetics

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  • Session Information

  • You will only be able to attend one department session at this event. If you are unsure or change your mind, you can let us know at any point prior to the session. For help deciding, you can review some information that is available on our website about our departments and their degrees. 

    Please note: The Multidisciplinary Master of Public Health (MMPH) is an option for doctoral-level health professionals only, blending clinical and other professional training with population-based approaches to improving health.




  • Additional Info

  • When you hit submit you will be redirected to a thank you page, as long as you’ve completed all the required questions. You will also receive a confirmation email from Renee Hill. Still have questions? Contact Renee Hill

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Open House Questions?

Contact Renee Hill at 412-383-9038, for more information.

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