Pitt Public Health student associations are vibrant, diverse, and multifaceted, focusing on diverse topics in public health and the world at large. The members of our student organizations reflect the dynamic diversity of our student population in terms of gender, race, cultural identity, academic programs and departments, and individual areas of interest and research. They include the best and brightest students of our school, the current and future leaders in the field. Actively engaging in the student government experience allows students to influence their learning environment and make Pitt Public Health a true community of learners.
Pitt Public Health's Student Government Association (SGA) is calling for candidates to form their new 2020-2021 governing board. Public Health students from any department and major can apply for the open positions. The SGA is seeking applications for president, vice president, and treasurer/business manager. Apply by February 7.
Join Pitt Public Health's DSO at Science After Hours on Friday, January 24, 6pm at the Carnegie Science Center. For more information contact Justin Dutta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pitt Science Policy Group is hosting an info session where you're invited to learn more about what science policy is and how you can be involved. Come and get some refreshments and learn more about this group at their first welcome event of the year. Pitt Science Policy Group is an on-campus club that bridges the gap between scientists and government to advocate for graduate students as it relates to current events.
Before promoting your event, you must contact Mary Derkach in the Pitt Public Health office of student affairsfor approval.
Student affairs will also help with getting your event posted on school Web site, LCDs, and e-newsletters.