Students who have served in the military and have registered with the Office of Veterans Services at the university are granted a priority enrollment appointment to enroll in classes prior to the standard enrollment period. See registrar’s Web site for complete details.
All individuals (students, faculty, post-doctoral researchers, and staff) at Pitt Public Health abide by the University’s policy on academic integrity as well as the Pitt Public Health academic integrity procedures.
All students are required to complete the online academic integrity module in the first term of enrollment at Pitt Public Health by the deadline established by the Office of Student Affairs. See the Academic Integrity and Plagiarism Web site for further details and instructions.
Behavioral and Community Health Sciences - Paul Markgraf
Biostatistics - Renee Valenti
Environmental and Occuplational Health - Bryanna Snyder
Epidemiology - Lori Smith
Health Policy and Management - Jessica Dornin
Human Genetics - Noel Harrie
Infectious Diseases and Microbiology - Chelsea Yonash
Multidisciplinary MPH - Renee Valenti
G009 Public Health
Policy and requirement questions: Mary Derkach, assistant dean for student affairs
Public Health course permissions questions: Bernadette Foley, administrative secretary for student affairs
Essay, thesis, and dissertation or general graduation questions: Joanne Pegher, graduation and course coordinator
Career development questions: Kimberly Abraham, career services specialist