Wednesday, October 30
Thursday, October 31
Seeking a career that you will enjoy? Want to leverage your talents to land that future job in international affairs, government, nonprofit, or business? Attend the StrengthsFinder 2.0 Workshop. Designed by the nationally known Gallup Company to help people capitalize on their greatest talents in the workplace and on teams.
Sign up to secure one of the 20 spots available.
Visit Elaine Linn in Global Studies (4100 Posvar Hall) to receive a free access code. Take the test, print your 5 top strengths, and bring to the workshop on Oct. 31st at 4:30pm to incorporate these talents into future internships and careers.
Angela Illig, M.S., N.C.C., Gallup Certified StrengthsFinder Facilitator, will be conducting the workshop.
Posvar Hall, Rm 4130
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Monday, November 4
In this workshop, participants will gain access to resources on teaching about cultural interactions as a topic of study. Using examples from the arts, technology and trade, we will explore primary sources that illustrate how to teach about these interactions through documents, objects, and artworks that represent modes of interaction. They will explore the story of classical knowledge and its transfer to Europe, as well as material culture such as foods and fabrics that moved across the eras to become global consumer products. Finally, we will discuss frameworks for teaching about the world that put the "global" into world history.
Dinner, parking, and Act 48 credit are provided. Register at https://forms.gle/bcMEw8qbPMDTS5zi7
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Thursday, December 5
The Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh is calling for undergraduate students to submit papers for our upcoming symposium to be held on Thursday, December 5, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.—Room 4130 and 4127 Wesley W. Posvar Hall.
This symposium provides a platform for students to showcase their research, papers and an opportunity to see what other undergraduate students at Pitt are working on areas related to Latin America, the Caribbean, and the United States.
The Center is accepting papers across all disciplines, that showcase our region, such as but not limited to: Economic development, inequality and social inclusion, democracy, human rights, health, education, LGBTQ and gender studies, ethnicity, race studies, ecocriticism, urban development, violence and crime, social movements and political parties, technological innovation, political behavior, Latinx politics, and elites, will be accepted. If you have a topic that is not listed, please let us know.
Papers should be 10 pages and be double-spaced, with citations of at least four to five resources (MLA or APA format). Students will be limited to 15 minutes to present.
Call for papers due: November 5, 2019
Papers accepted will be announced on November 15, 2019
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