Local blood bank Vitalant is collecting donations Tuesday, April 20th at Soldiers and Sailors Hall from 9 am - 2 pm. Use Group Code CU190022 to make an appointment and log your donation for Pitt Public Health. All CDC and State protocols are being followed: masks must be worn, temperature taken, and social distancing of 6 feet.
Being on the executive board is a great way to get involved, as GHSA has historically been active in creating events, fundraising, and other student-centered initiatives. You do not have to be an active member to be considered! Interested students should complete the application by April 23. Open positions include president, vice president, secretary, business manager, and social media manager.
Pitt's new framework is deliberately simple and focuses on three broad areas: our people, our programs, and our purpose. People are encouraged to view a presentation on the framework, and provide feedback.
Jacobsen Lopez, T32 postdoctoral scholar in IDM, licensed social worker, and certified sexual assault counselor, will host this webinar that will focus on the effects of COVID-19 on sexual assault survivors, mainly on the ways in whcih COVID-19 has affected the overall rates of sexual violence, the referrals for sexual assault and domestic violence services, the available services from rape crisis centers, the need for services at Title IX Offic...
All graduates must submit their posed selfie this week which will be displayed during our Virtual Convocation on May 2. All photos must be submitted to GSPHConvocation@pitt.edu no later than Friday, April 23.
OMET surveys are now open and available through Canvas and My Pitt. Take time to provide valuable feedback to improve the education options at the school. Surveys are anonymous and sent out after grades have been distributed.
Featuring interviews with Dean Lichtveld, PA Deputy Secretary of Health Meghna Patel plus work on the long-haulers of COVID-19, menstrual practices of Nepali-Bhutanese women in Pittsburgh, and more!
Graduation applications for June graduation (term 2217) are due by Monday, May 10. Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pitt Information Technology and Pitt Research are committed to ensuring a smooth transition from Box to OneDrive for cloud storage and collaboration. While the University's Box contract has been extended until August 2022, the next step is to learn more specifics about how you use Box at Pitt.
The University moved back to the "Elevated" operational risk posture at 9:00 p.m. on March 31. What does that mean for Pitt Public Health?
Finch is a clinical and academic medicine practitioner who is no stranger to the African background of medical science, having traveled to Africa 75 times since 1971 to conduct independent studies in African science. He has published more than a dozen articles on the African background of medical science and is author of three books. Two sessions - both open to all.
I’m Where I Am Because Of… With Dean Maureen Lichtveld, MD, MPH - Find out how to achieve your own goals through our Q&A, and take away motivation from one of the members and pillars of our School. Open to all students and faculty!
When you picture a scientist, do you see yourself? The documentary "Picture a Scientist" provides a stark view of the STEM landscape as told by three women who have experienced the struggle for equity firsthand. View the film for free (with Pitt credentials) and join an expert panel on April 8 at 2 p.m. to discuss the film's lessons, applicability to Pitt, and the path forward toward gender and racial equity in STEM.
The GPSG is holding elections for executive board, and our own BCHS MPH student Mica Hope is running for VP of Committees! Check out all the candidates and learn more about GPSG today.