Events Calendar

26 May
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Event Type

Forums

Topic

Campus & Community

Tags

community engagement

Website

http://cgr.pitt.edu

University Unit
Office of Community and Governmental Relations
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Postponed: Community Conversation Series

This event is postponed until further notice.

The Office of Community and Governmental Relations will host Community Conversations, a new space for community members to learn more about University offices, programs, and opportunities that may be of interest to our neighbors. There will be a featured presenter each month, access to CGR staff to ask questions, and a chance to share feedback.

The time for each monthly meeting will be 6:00pm - 7:30pm. Presenter information and location is included in the description below:

2/25 P.R.I.D.E. Program: The P.R.I.D.E Program fosters positive racial identity in Black children, aged 3 to 8, in the city of Pittsburgh. Medina Jackson, Director of Enagement for P.R.I.D.E., will talk with community about opportunities they offer, including the Parent Village parent-child curriculum, Mini Arts Festival, speaker series, professional development, and scholarship. Friendship Community Church, 181 Robinson St.

POSTPONED: 3/31 Pitt Legal Clinic: The University of Pittsburgh School of Law offers seven in-house legal clinics, including Health, Family, Immigration, and Taxpayer law, available to community. Tomar Peirson-Brown, Esq., Director of the Health Law Clinic, and Alice Stewart, a visiting professor of law, will provide an introduction to Legal Clinic resources and ways they can be utilized. William Pitt Union, Dining Room A.

POSTPONED: 4/28 Health Lifestyle Institute: The Healthy Lifestyle Institute focuses on Community Engagement and Patient-Centered approaches to enhance Quality of Life and Health across the lifespan, through initiatives like the “Be Fit Pitt” program, available to the greater Pittsburgh community. Healthy Lifestyle team members will inform community on ways to participate in innovative health and wellness programming that can include exercise classes and opportunities, and other health and well-being educational opportunities that are cutting edge and designed to target all levels of health and well-being. Location TBD

5/26 Clinical and Translation Science Institute: Pitt’s Clinical and Translation Science Institute transforms scientific research and clinical discoveries into modern medical techniques that improve lives, including those in Pittsburgh. Drs. Elizabeth Miller and Mylynda Massart will share CTSI’s Community PARTners core activities, including the Pitt+Me research registry, All of Us study, and the child and adolescent health-focused Pittsburgh Study. Location TBD

Tuesday, May 26 at 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Postponed: Community Conversation Series

This event is postponed until further notice.

The Office of Community and Governmental Relations will host Community Conversations, a new space for community members to learn more about University offices, programs, and opportunities that may be of interest to our neighbors. There will be a featured presenter each month, access to CGR staff to ask questions, and a chance to share feedback.

The time for each monthly meeting will be 6:00pm - 7:30pm. Presenter information and location is included in the description below:

2/25 P.R.I.D.E. Program: The P.R.I.D.E Program fosters positive racial identity in Black children, aged 3 to 8, in the city of Pittsburgh. Medina Jackson, Director of Enagement for P.R.I.D.E., will talk with community about opportunities they offer, including the Parent Village parent-child curriculum, Mini Arts Festival, speaker series, professional development, and scholarship. Friendship Community Church, 181 Robinson St.

POSTPONED: 3/31 Pitt Legal Clinic: The University of Pittsburgh School of Law offers seven in-house legal clinics, including Health, Family, Immigration, and Taxpayer law, available to community. Tomar Peirson-Brown, Esq., Director of the Health Law Clinic, and Alice Stewart, a visiting professor of law, will provide an introduction to Legal Clinic resources and ways they can be utilized. William Pitt Union, Dining Room A.

POSTPONED: 4/28 Health Lifestyle Institute: The Healthy Lifestyle Institute focuses on Community Engagement and Patient-Centered approaches to enhance Quality of Life and Health across the lifespan, through initiatives like the “Be Fit Pitt” program, available to the greater Pittsburgh community. Healthy Lifestyle team members will inform community on ways to participate in innovative health and wellness programming that can include exercise classes and opportunities, and other health and well-being educational opportunities that are cutting edge and designed to target all levels of health and well-being. Location TBD

5/26 Clinical and Translation Science Institute: Pitt’s Clinical and Translation Science Institute transforms scientific research and clinical discoveries into modern medical techniques that improve lives, including those in Pittsburgh. Drs. Elizabeth Miller and Mylynda Massart will share CTSI’s Community PARTners core activities, including the Pitt+Me research registry, All of Us study, and the child and adolescent health-focused Pittsburgh Study. Location TBD

Tuesday, May 26 at 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Event Type

Forums