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Fri 2/23
Nepal Fertility Care Center Practicum/Internship Applications Due


Applications for a Summer 2018 Practicum/Internship experience with Nepal Fertility Care Center are now open and applications are due to cgh@pitt.edu by Friday, February 23. For more information, including application pieces, please visit the Center for Global Health at A310 Crabtree. 
Fri 2/23 6:00PM - 10:00PM
This is Africa
O'Hara Student Center

This captivating event sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine and African Students Organization, will be a gala celebrating African culture, community, and traditions and will include performances, speakers, awards and also opportunities for networking. Our main goal is to bring together students and faculty from all across the university that are either of African descent, interested in African culture and traditions or work in areas related to Africa.  The event is free to all in attendance but will be capped at 150, so please contact us ASAP to reserve your place! Thank you once again for your time and assistance in advance and we hope to see you all there! Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/this-is-africa-gala-tickets-42474613713?aff=eac2 

Fri 3/16 8:00AM to Sun 3/18 4:00PM
9th Annual CUGH Conference: Health Disparities: A Time for Action


Fri 3/16 11:40AM to Sun 3/18 11:45AM
Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) 2018 Annual Global Health Conference


Tue 3/20 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Salam Neighbor Screening: Hello Neighbor Documentary Film Series


Global Studies Center on behalf of The Ridgeway Center and Hello Neighbor. In an effort to better understand refugee life, [the filmmakers] spent one month living alongside displaced families in the Za’atari refugee camp. As the first filmmakers ever allowed by the United Nations to be given a tent and registered inside a refugee camp, [they] were able to get a never before seen look into the world’s most pressing crisis. [Their] experience uncovered overwhelming trauma but also the untapped potential our uprooted neighbors posses. With the right programs we can support healing, ease the burden on host countries and even empower the disenfranchised by unleashing people’s creativity.

Location TBD

 

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Keynote Address: A Woman for the 21st Century

Friday 2/2 6:00PM - 9:00PM

Time: 6:00 pm
Presenter: Rhodessa Jones
Location: Frick Fine Arts Auditorium
Sponsored by: Global Studies Center along with Sponsored by PITT ARTS and co-sponsored by: The Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the Department of Africana Studies, Global Studies and and The Department of Music.

Jones will discuss The Medea Project: Theater for Incarcerated Women and the process of creating productive dialogue to examine such conditions as racism, sexism, homophobia, addictions, and fear that greatly affect our daily lives. In addition, she will play video excerpts from her work and perform excerpts from her various writings and scripts.

Last Updated On Thursday, January 04, 2018 by Mauer, Rachel Michelle
Created On Thursday, January 04, 2018

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