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Mon
3/27
Center for Health Equity Meeting
Focused Writing Sponspored by ILRI through Center for Health Equity Center for Health Equity Meeting
Focused Writing Sponspored by ILRI through Center for Health Equity
Mon 3/27 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Public Health 4140

Mon
3/27
Professional Development Workshop
Controversy and Conflict in the Classroom: A Practical Guide to Good Instructional ChoicesControversy and Conflict in the Classroom: A Practical Guide to Good Instructional Choices Professional Development Workshop
Controversy and Conflict in the Classroom: A Practical Guide to Good Instructional Choices
Mon 3/27 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Alumni Hall

Build practical skills that faculty can implement in their teaching. It can be particularly helpful in preparing for and addressing difficult situations that may arise related to today's social and political climate. From tweaking your syllabus to rewording your assignments, the workshop focuses heavily on the use of language, wording, and tone in the learning environment. 

Mon
3/27
Pitt Public Health Event
Meditation Session with Center for Mindfulness and Consciousness Studies (Weekly on M/Th) Pitt Public Health Event
Meditation Session with Center for Mindfulness and Consciousness Studies (Weekly on M/Th)
Mon 3/27 12:00PM - 1:00PM


These drop-in meditation gatherings for Pitt  faculty, staff, and students occur twice weekly on Mondays and Thursdays. Meet in the Stoner Conference Room on the second floor of the Keystone Building, 3520 Fifth Avenue. Contact Pitt Public Health professor Tony Silvestre for more information or visit the center online at mindfulnesspitt.org
Mon
3/27
Center for Global Health Workshop
Global Human Trafficking Today: A Workshop for Regional College Faculty and Students Center for Global Health Workshop
Global Human Trafficking Today: A Workshop for Regional College Faculty and Students
Mon 3/27 1:00PM - 4:00PM


Tue
3/28
Career Services Workshop
Professionalism and Making the Most out of Your Practicum/InternshipProfessionalism and Making the Most out of Your Practicum/Internship Career Services Workshop
Professionalism and Making the Most out of Your Practicum/Internship
Tue 3/28 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Public Health A521

Tips on how to find a practicum, develop your professional image, and keep in touch after your practicum/internship experience is over.


Anson invited to share student services wisdom with colleages at ASPPH annual meeting

We're proud of JOAN ANSON, who...
Anson invited to share student services wisdom with colleages at ASPPH annual meeting

We're proud of JOAN ANSON, who led a forum on "Student Services: Lessons Learned from the Field - Navigating Professional Growth in Student Affairs" at the ASPPH Annual Meeting in DC. It's wonderful to see our staff and faculty recognized as valuable leaders within the Association of Schools and Pro... (03/17/2017)

Work by Cura Zika's Sadovsky leads to confirmation that the human placenta is most vulnerable to Zika in first trimester

MEDICALRESEARCH.COM - Work by ...
Work by Cura Zika's Sadovsky leads to confirmation that the human placenta is most vulnerable to Zika in first trimester

MEDICALRESEARCH.COM - Work by collaborator YOEL SADOVSKY, scientific board advisor for our CURA ZIKA initiative, finds that the mature placenta was likely to be resistant to infection. His work led to recent research confirmation that the greatest vulnerability to Zika is in the first trimester. (03/16/2017)

HUGEN's Feingold studies how genes influence facial appearance

INSIDEUPMC - Senior associate ...
HUGEN's Feingold studies how genes influence facial appearance

INSIDEUPMC - Senior associate dean, geneticist, and biostatistician ELEANOR FEINGOLD contributed to this interdisciplinary research team's findings: measures of eye, nose, and facial breadth could be associated with genetic variants in certain regions of the genome. In several of these regions, gene... (03/08/2017)

AJPH focuses on academic public health and the firearm crisis

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEA...
AJPH focuses on academic public health and the firearm crisis

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH -  In its March 2017 edition, AJPH takes a closer look at academic public health and the firearm crisis. Click to view featured articles and plan to attend the Food for Thought screening and discussion of Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, and the NRA   on Thursday, 2... (02/20/2017)

CDC’s canceled climate change conference is back on — thanks to Al Gore (and APHA)

THE WASHINGTON POST - It turns...
CDC’s canceled climate change conference is back on — thanks to Al Gore (and APHA)

THE WASHINGTON POST - It turns out there will be a conference in Atlanta this week about climate change and its effects on public health. It just won’t have the federal government behind it. "[Gore] called me and we talked about it and we said, ‘There’s still a void and still a need.’ We said, ‘Le... (02/13/2017)
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