Events Calendar

Event changes/cancellations due to COVID-19

The University's Guidance on Events and Gatherings directs that "In order to promote social distancing, any nonessential gathering or event with more than 25 participants scheduled through April 17, 2020, should be canceled, postponed or moved to a virtual event. No new events should be scheduled at this time. Additionally, nonessential meetings or events of any size should be reconsidered."

As many events and gatherings will be impacted over the coming weeks, before attendingplease confirm whether an event has been canceled or moved online. Check  publichealth.pitt.edu/calendar for the latest updates and cancellations. 

Center for Health Equity Panel Discussion

Grand Rounds Grand Rounds Event:Pitt Moves! Sharing our experience

Friday 4/13 2:30PM - 4:30PM
Public Health Auditorium (G23)

The Center for Health Equity (CHE) has created Pitt Moves,  which organizes brief student-led “exercise” times during a class break in approximately 10 classes this term. With support from Pitt’s HealthyU initiative, this student-directed and -centered physical activity break project aims to create a culture of non-sedentarism at Pitt Public Health. Learn about the experiences of this a student-led physical activity breaks project at this culmination event. 

PANELISTS:

  • INDIA HUNTER, masters student, Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences
  • CURTIS TILVES, doctoral student, Department of Epidemiology
  • THISTLE ELIAS, assistant professor, Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences
  • ALYSSE LITTLEBERRY, masters student, Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences
  • SHARON ROSS, assistant professor, Department of Health and Physical Activity, School of Education
  •  SALLY A.SHERMAN, visiting assistant professor, Department of Health and Physical Activity, School of Education
  • KAYLA ROTHBART, wellness coordinator, Department of Intramurals and Recreation
  • JESSICA BURKE, associate professor and associate chair, Department of Behavioral and CommunitHealth Sciences and associate dean for education, Pitt Public Health
  • MODERATOR: RAHUL AMRUTHAPURI, doctoral student, Department of Behavioral and Community HealtSciences

RECEPTION FOLLOWS at 4:30 p.m. in the Public Health Commons.

 

Last Updated On Thursday, April 12, 2018 by Durrant, Chantel Jennet
Created On Tuesday, April 10, 2018