Open House

Visit with us this fall, in-person or virtually

Please be advised that the in-person event is subject to change due to COVID-19. 
Attend the public health in-person Open House on Friday, October 29 or virtually on Friday, November 5 to...

  • Get an overview of Pitt Public Health departments and degree programs,
  • Meet faculty, your future mentors, and advisors,
  • Get to know student organizations, research centers, and
  • Ask questions to the admissions, financial aid, and career services teams.

 

 

We are still planning our open house. We hope to share more info closer to the date, but until then you can view last year's schedule below.

Minimize 2020 Agenda

10:30 Welcome and Overview of Pitt Public Health 
  • Cindy Bryce, PhD, Associate Dean for Enrollment
  • Jessica Burke, PhD, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
  • Karrie Lukin, MLIS, Director of Recruitment and Admissions
11:30 Department Session #1
with faculty, staff, and students.
12:30 Department Session #2
with faculty, staff, and students.
1:30 Student Panel
with representatives from student organizations and other current students.
  2:15 Informational Sessions:
Genetic Counseling at Pitt Public Health
Current students will present cases that they have seen during their clinical rotations and talk about their experien
ces in the program
  Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's (4+1) Program
Current Pitt undergrads learn how motivated students can obtain a bachelor’s and master’s degree all while saving up to one year’s worth of tuition
  Meet the Centers at Pitt Public Health
Join the leadership of the Center for Health Equity, Center for LGBT Health Research, Center for Public Health Practice, and the Center for Global Health
for a conversation about the work of their centers and programs for students.
Orientation students gather

Open House Questions?

Contact Renee Hill at 412-383-9038, for more information.

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