Events in UCIS

Monday, March 12

12:00 pm Information Session
UCIS Chat & Chew #1
Location:
Conference Room 700, William Pitt Union
Sponsored by:
Director's Office
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For Students enrolled in UCIS Certificates

The University Center for International Studies would like to invite you to join us for lunch or dinner at one of our upcoming UCIS Chat & Chew sessions--March 12-20, 2018.

We are interested in hearing about your experiences with your certificate program so far and eager to hear your feedback on the new Suitable and E-portfolio features of myPittGlobal.

If you have 90 minutes to spare over lunch or dinner, please join us for food and conversation. Your participation will also earn you points toward the "Collaboration and Communications" competency in myPittGlobal(Suitable)!

Thanks for making the time to help us to personalize your experience with our programs!

1:00 pm Lecture Series / Brown Bag
Hot Topics, Global Perspectives
Location:
4217 Posvar Hall
Sponsored by:
Global Studies Center
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Grab a coffee and join the Global Studies Center for the first of our monthly series where we host an informal discussion about a pressing issue of the day. Get global insight and bring your thoughts to share or questions to have addressed. Cookies served!

4:00 pm Film/Lecture
Film Screening: “Confrontation: Paris 1968”
Location:
Posvar 4130, University of Pittsburgh
Sponsored by:
European Studies Center
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Join us for a screening of “Confrontation: Paris 1968” and a conversation with one of the filmmakers, Pitt’s own Emeritus Professor of History, Seymour Drescher.

4:30 pm Presentation
The Maritime History of the Haitian Revolution
Location:
3703 Posvar Hall
Announced by:
European Studies Center and European Union Center of Excellence on behalf of Department of History
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The Atlantic History Seminar Presents:

Julius Scott
University of Michigan

The Maritime History of the Haitian Revolution:
A Discussion with Julius Scott of his forthcoming book, The Common Wind

Commentary by Robin D.G. Kelley (UCLA), and Peter Linebaugh (University of Toledo)

5:00 pm Lecture
Erased: Holocaust Memory in the Ukrainian-Romanian-Moldovan Borderlands
Location:
502 Cathedral of Learning
Announced by:
Center for Russian and East European Studies on behalf of Jewish Studies Program
5:00 pm Information Session
UCIS Chat & Chew #2
Location:
Conference Room #700, William Pitt Union
Sponsored by:
Director's Office
See Details

For Students enrolled in UCIS Certificates

The University Center for International Studies would like to invite you to join us for lunch or dinner at one of our upcoming UCIS Chat & Chew sessions--March 12-20, 2018.

We are interested in hearing about your experiences with your certificate program so far and eager to hear your feedback on the new Suitable and E-portfolio features of myPittGlobal.

If you have 90 minutes to spare over lunch or dinner, please join us for food and conversation. Your participation will also earn you points toward the "Collaboration and Communications" competency in myPittGlobal(Suitable)!

Thanks for making the time to help us to personalize your experience with our programs!