Can you see yourself with GSPH? Take a look at images and videos from recent events.
Helping Hospitals Address Community Health Needs
A Collaboration Between the Center for Public Health Practice and the Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences
In part one, content experts review the federal community benefit requirements, introduce the field of public health, and explore the assessment of community needs and preferences.
In part two, content experts provide recommendations for the identification, implementation, and evaluation of effective community-based interventions.
Colloquium and Reception to Celebrate Bernard Goldstein's Appointment to Professor Emeritus
Interface of Environmental Health Science and Public Policy
|September 5, 2012 |
New Student Orientation 2012
Pitt Public Health welcomes our new students.
|August 2012 |
Staff Retirement Luau
A celebration that honored staff members retiring at the end of June.
|Staff Retirement Luau - June 27, 2012 |
Pitt Public Health Renovation
It may not look like much yet, but our new addition will be finished before you know it.
|Renovation Progress |
2012 Jay L. Foster Community Lecture in Alzheimer's Disease
This year’s lecture featured Anne Basting, PhD, from the University of Wisconsin. Basting is an educator, scholar, and artist who has developed and researched methods for embedding the arts into long term care, with a particular focus on people with cognitive disabilities like dementia.
|Foster Community Lecture on Alzheimer's Disease - May 29, 2012|
Staff Recognition Ceremony
A celebration that honored staff members for milestone anniversaries of employment at Pitt.
|Staff Recognition Ceremony - May 15, 2012|
Peter Salk Interview on KQV
Peter Salk is interviewed on KQV to discuss various topics including construction of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health’s new four-story laboratory pavilion.
'Topping Off' Event
Distinguished university and public health officials met to sign the final beam for our new lab pavilion.
|'Topping Off' Event - May 3, 2012|
Public Forum on Public Health Impacts of Marcellus Shale
Bernard Goldstein and Jill Kriesky presented “Potential Health Impacts from Fracking the Marcellus Shale: Will Act 13 Protect Us?” at the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh in Shadyside.
Bernard Goldstein - May 2, 2012
Jill Kriesky - May 2, 2012
Alumni Awards Ceremony
Several Graduate School of Public Health alumni were recognized for their outstanding service in the field of public health at the school’s Alumni Awards ceremony.
|Alumni Awards Ceremony - May 2, 2012|
Student Awards Ceremony
Students were joined by their families and faculty to be acknowledged for their exceptional achievements.
|Student Awards Ceremony - April 28, 2012|
Dean's Day 2012
All students submitting abstracts give a poster presentation during one of the five sessions. Presentations are scored by faculty judges to determine the winners, who then are invited to make oral presentations at an awards ceremony on April 13. Read more.
|2012 Dean's Day Competition|
One Book One Community - Snow screening and panel
Snow, a short, live-action film based on the true story of doctor John Snow, the father of modern epidemiology, enjoyed its Pittsburgh premier as part of GSPH’s One Book One Community event. Writer/director Isaac Ergas participate in a panel discussion on the role of film in public health with Carl Kurlander, Bernard Goldstein, Adam Lowenstein, and Jeremy Martinson.
|One Book One Community - March 22, 2012|
Panel Discussion - March 22, 2012
Stand Up for Clean Air Press Conference
Pitt's Graduate School of Public Health hosted a press conference with the American Lung Association as part of Healthy Air Day actions in Pittsburgh. Dean Burke spoke about our historic role in making our nation a healthier environment in which to live.
|Stand Up for Clean Air press conference - March 21, 2012|
Press Conference - March 21, 2012
The Global Health Student Association hosted a fun-filled annual celebration of the cultural diversity of the GSPH community, featuring dance performers, live music, and great food!
|International Dinner - January 20, 2012|
2011 Holiday Party
Faculty and staff gathered for a seasonal celebration of the year's accomplishments on December 14, 2011 at the University Club.
|2011 Holiday Party|
Marcellus Shale Gas Conference
On November 18, 2011, international experts gathered for the second annual scientific conference on research priorities around the health effects of development of the Marcellus Shale. Learn more about the conference at shalegas.pitt.edu.
|Marcellus Shale Gas Conference - November 18, 2011|
APHA Alumni Reception
GSPH alumni, faculty, and staff gathered in Washington, D.C., during the American Schools of Public Health annual meeting on October 31, 2011.
|APHA Alumni Reception - October 31, 2011|
Friends at the Frick Art and Historical Center Faberge Exhibit
On October 28, 2011, the Pitt Graduate School of Public Health hosted alumni and friends at the Frick Art and Historical Center to view the Faberge exhibit and kickoff its capital campaign, Building for a Healthier World.
|Faberge at the Frick Art and Historical Center - October 28, 2011|
These architectural renderings from the design team of Renaissance 3 Architects of Pittsburgh and Wilson Architects of Boston illustrate the energizing spaces planned for students, faculty, and staff. Learn more about our building and renovation plans.
Here we are, a work in progress. For a bird's eye view of all construction to date, visit our webcam.
Historic GSPH Photos
These archival images reveal a bit about our history as a school.
|Historic GSPH Photos|