Events

The following list includes events on and around campus that relate to Europe, many of which are not sponsored by the European Studies Center, but simply announced here as a courtesy listing. If you would like your event announced on our page, please contact our GSA, Kenny Reilly.

DATE:
Thursday, April 18
TIME:
12:30 pm
LOCATION:
602 Humanities Center, Cathedral of Learning
Hosted by the Humanities Center and visiting fellow, Finbarr Barry Flood. This event will be hybrid, so you can attend it either in person in 602 CL or via Zoom as you prefer. The image of Islam in the West has been consistently informed by the idea that the religion...
STATUS:
As Scheduled
DATE:
Thursday, April 18
TIME:
2:00 pm
LOCATION:
A522 Public Health - Crabtree
A Digital Portfolio (ePortfolio) is required for all students completing area or global studies certificates. The ePortfolio will help you synthesize your experiences inside and outside the classroom to demonstrate your understanding of world regions and global issues. You...
STATUS:
As Scheduled
DATE:
Thursday, April 25
TIME:
2:00 pm
LOCATION:
Charity Randall Theater
The University Center for International Studies cordially invites students graduating in Spring and Summer 2024 to celebrate their academic achievements and receive their credentials at the University Center for International Studies’ Graduation Ceremony in the Charity...
STATUS:
As Scheduled
DATE:
Thursday, April 25
TIME:
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Celebrate with us for a Listen and Read event! Happening in Ireland on Thursday, April 25: "National Poetry Day". Happening in the Irish Room on Thursday, April 25, 2pm to 4 pm This event is at no charge and open to the public. Readers are welcome. SPONSORS: Irish...
STATUS:
As Scheduled
DATE:
Sunday, June 16 to Saturday, June 22
TIME:
(All day)
LOCATION:
Brussels, Belgium
The annual Brussels-Lux Study Tour is a week-long opportunity for educators across the U.S. to learn more about the European Union. With funding from the EU Delegation and the U.S. Department of Education, K-12 educators and faculty teaching at community colleges and...
STATUS:
As Scheduled
DATE:
Thursday, October 24
TIME:
(All day)
LOCATION:
William Pitt Union and O'Hara Student Club
Model UN, a simulation of the sessions of the United Nations, provides an opportunity for high school students to apply their studies to real-world contexts and practice diplomacy, negotiating, and resolution writing. When and Where Pitt MUN will take place on Tuesday,...
STATUS:
As Scheduled