The 2019 CUGH Conference will be held at the Hilton Chicago Hotel. Join more than 1,800 global health faculty, students, implementers, and leaders from over 55 countries to explore the latest in global health and how academia, NGOs, government and the private sector can translate and implement the global health challenges before us.
A Pitt MD/MPH candidate focusing on global health and surgery, Sangki Oak shares his experiences and lessons learned while volunteering in disaster response efforts both in Nepal after the 2015 earthquake and in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands during the aftermath of last fall's Super Typhoon Yutu.
One Book One Community, the Global Health Student Association, and the Center for Global Health present the powerful 30-minute documentary "Close to Home: Street Medicine" which shares voices of service providers and oft-forgotten homeless patients in our region. Catch the film and hear directly from Jim Withers, founder and medical director of Pittsburgh Mercy’s Operation Safety Net® and the Street Medicine Institute and filmmaker Terri Haddad. Donations of warm gloves and hats will be collected for the local homeless population. Light refreshments to follow.
The 16th Annual Global Health Innovation Conference will be held at Yale University. This is the world's learding and largest global health conference, as well as the largest social entrepreneurship conference, with 2,000 professionals and students from more than 55 countries.
Carrie, First Geographer of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), revolutionized the way the U.S. combats global poverty, disease and natural disasters around the world — with mapping. She established and directs the USAID GeoCenter, a team of geographers and data analysts who help inform U.S. aid efforts around the world.This event is free, but space in the University Club is limited.
This workshop will be given by the Massachusetts General Hospital center for Global Health and will provide in-depth discussion and practical tips for bringing a culture of health, safety, and security to academic and institutional overseas programs. Using case-based discussion, small groups, and interactive sessions, these experts will help course participants navigate their most challenging issues related to the health, safety, and security of deploying and returning faculty, students, and staff overseas. The cost is $625 for members.
Join the Year of Pitt Global, the European Studies Center, and the Department of History for this Signature Event as we hear from Jon on his experience with conflict and peacemaking around the world.
Jon will answer questions following his talk in G24 of the Cathedral.
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The University of Pittsburgh has declared academic year 2018-19 as The Year of PittGlobal. Please check back as we add University events and programs to celebrate and advance Pitt’s global impact.
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