Events Calendar

Pitt-Greensburg: Growth Through Knowledge and Understanding Series

Pitt-Greensburg and the Westmoreland Diversity Coalition have partnered to bring "Privilege 101" to our community. Click here to register.

Dr. Sheila Confer, director of the Academic Village at Pitt-Greensburg, will lead this workshop that will define privilege both broadly and within the context of racial and social justice. The discussion will include recognizing and acknowledging our own privilege while opening the conversation about how we can use our privilege in our everyday lives in ways that can lift others up and move us toward a more equitable and just society. This online workshop will also set aside time for any attendee questions. 

This is the fourth of six sessions that will be held virtually through November. Students can participate at no cost. Non-students will pay a nominal $5 registration fee to participate. Don't miss this opportunity to learn, share what you know with your neighbors, and gain a better understanding from your neighbors.

Please contact Carlotta Paige or Al Thiel for additional details or to have questions answered.

Dial-In Information

Please register here to receive the link and password to join this virtual event.

Tuesday, October 13 at 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Pitt-Greensburg: Growth Through Knowledge and Understanding Series

Pitt-Greensburg and the Westmoreland Diversity Coalition have partnered to bring "Privilege 101" to our community. Click here to register.

Dr. Sheila Confer, director of the Academic Village at Pitt-Greensburg, will lead this workshop that will define privilege both broadly and within the context of racial and social justice. The discussion will include recognizing and acknowledging our own privilege while opening the conversation about how we can use our privilege in our everyday lives in ways that can lift others up and move us toward a more equitable and just society. This online workshop will also set aside time for any attendee questions. 

This is the fourth of six sessions that will be held virtually through November. Students can participate at no cost. Non-students will pay a nominal $5 registration fee to participate. Don't miss this opportunity to learn, share what you know with your neighbors, and gain a better understanding from your neighbors.

Please contact Carlotta Paige or Al Thiel for additional details or to have questions answered.

Dial-In Information

Please register here to receive the link and password to join this virtual event.

Tuesday, October 13 at 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Virtual Event