Events in UCIS

Friday, November 1 until Sunday, May 3

5:00 pm Seminar
Global Health and Gender Equality- SDG 5
2400 Sennott Square
Sponsored by:
European Studies Center and Global Studies Center along with Office of the Vice Provost Carnegie Mellon University
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With each global health crisis, the interconnectedness of populations around the globe becomes more pronounced. Diseases not only affect the health of communities, but they have a profound impact on political, economic, and social stability within countries and regions. This course engages the interdisciplinary nature of global health by approaching the issue through the lens of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) developed by the United Nations. The SDGs range in focus from good health and well-being to gender equality to clean water and sanitation to affordable, clean energy. By engaging the ways that health has a stake in these goals, the course will bring the expertise of faculty from the University of Pittsburgh and CMU as well as practitioners to understand and address the issue surrounding global health from a myriad of perspectives and avenues. With an applied focus, the course will assist students in engaging and advocating for a community on a global health issue through a policy memo. This iteration of the course will examine gender equality and SDG #5.

Wednesday, March 4

3:00 pm Workshop
4130 W. Posvar Hall
Sponsored by:
Center for African Studies, Asian Studies Center, Center for Latin American Studies, Center for Russian East European and Eurasian Studies, Director's Office, European Studies Center, European Union Center of Excellence and Global Studies Center
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Designed for juniors, seniors, and graduate students to establish a career direction
and formulate a strategy for securing a full-time position in today's competitive
international and global workplace. Students focus on developing specific
competencies that include career selection, jobsearch activities, resume and
cover letter development, professionalnetworking techniques, behavioral
interviewing skills, and workplace ethicsin preparation for government, business,
and nonprofit sector careers. ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND WORKSHOPS.

Learning Goals
This initiative emphasizes developing readiness to transition to the
workplace. The focus is on the development of self-awareness, interviewing
skills, the acquisition of job-hunting knowledge as well as the formulation
of an action plan to achieve the student's job and career goals.

Learning Outcomes

1. To clarify personal interests, values, skills
and career options.
2. To research/explore various fields for
international and global careers.
3. To create a career search strategy that
can/will be used upon course completion.
4. To present self effectively in an interview or
conversation with potential employers.

3:00 pm Cultural Event
EALL Welcome Spring Concert of Japanese Music
O'Hara Student Center Ballroom
Sponsored by:
Asian Studies Center and National Consortium on Teaching About Asia along with Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures and Japan Iron and Steel Federation and Mitsubishi endowments at the University of Pittsburgh
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Featuring Anne Prescott on the new koto generously donated to Pitt by Dr. Linda Ehrlich, Professor Emerita, Case Western Reserve University. Yuko Eguchi Wright and Devon Tipp will also be performing.

4:30 pm Lecture
Immigration and Identity in Classical Athens
4130 Posvar Hall
Sponsored by:
Global Studies Center along with Department of Classics
6:00 pm Student Club Activity
Online: Chinese Language & Culture Club Meeting
Pitt Global Hub
Sponsored by:
Global Hub along with Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures
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Contact Jennifer Wallace ( or Bei Cheng ( for specific questions.

7:00 pm Panel Discussion
Exclusionary Feminisms: A Series on Intersectional Feminist Perspectives
Pitt Global Hub
Sponsored by:
Global Hub
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In honor of International Women's Day (March 8th), the Hub will be hosting a series of panel conversations focused on intersectional feminism. Undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and community members are all welcome to join the conversation. Refreshments will be served!

Our first session will feature panelists Kaniqua Robinson, Assistant Professor in the Department of Africana Studies and Edoukou Aka-Ezoua, MSW, Project Support Coordinator in the School of Social Work. The conversation will be facilitated by Alannah Caisey, PhD student in the Department of Sociology.