Tours! Workshops! Networking! The only national conference that focuses on how communities can create, support, and develop reuse economies. To register, visit www.buildreuse.org/conference
Events in UCIS
Monday, October 28 until Wednesday, October 30
Tuesday, October 29
Dr. Webel will discuss her findings from engaging with multidisciplinary participants about the past, present and future of "neglected tropical diseases" (NTDs) from her workshop Defining the Neglected Tropical Diseases: Research, Development, and Global Health Equity, 1970-present.
Are you graduating soon? Wondering what your next adventure could be? Learn about the Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Program. It is a great opportunity for college graduates to work in Japan as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) or Coordinators for International Relations (CIR).
In 1619 a ship carrying 20-some enslaved Africans arrived in British North America. In commemoration of the 400th anniversary of that history-shaping event, the Department of Africana Studies and the Global Studies Center will host Conversations on 1619. Too many Americans are ignorant or ill-informed about the history of slavery and enslavement, and there are too few opportunities to have frank conversations about it. Events, aimed at Pitt undergrads but open to all members of the Pitt community, provide a space for informed, moderated discussion of topics related to slavery, whiteness, racism, and the making of our country.
Global Citizen Lab is a student organization aiming at bridging students from different cultural backgrounds, and bringing global, inclusive perspectives towards social and political issues through multifaceted observation and civic engagement.
We are also dedicated to maintaining an intellectual, inclusive platform for cultural exchange and social interactions among students of all backgrounds, connecting US students with international students via cultural exchange to create a more inclusive and open-minded campus.