Events in UCIS
Thursday, April 8 until Friday, April 8
Tuesday, October 19
For the 2021-22 academic year, the European Studies Center has announced its annual programmatic theme: “Recovering Europe.” As Europe recovers from COVID-19, the question of the viability of vaccine passports arises. This roundtable will address the ethical, legal, and digital plausibility of digital vaccine passports for travel across state borders in Europe. The roundtable will be hosted by European Studies Center Director Jae-Jae Spoon. Joining in the discussion will be: Sarah Chan, University of Edinburgh; Alex John London, Carnegie Mellon University; Ana Beduschi, University of Exeter.
Audience participation will be encouraged.
Panelists will be joining remotely.
Considering a BPHIL/IAS/Global Studies? If you are particularly passionate about an issue within the realm of Global Studies, this advanced undergraduate degree provides students with the opportunity to develop an interdisciplinary research project under the mentorship of their chosen professor. If you’re interested in delving into a particular topic and establishing your own independent project, attend this information session so you can decide whether pursuing a Global Studies related BPHIL is right for you. Learn about optimal timelines, opportunities for research, how to get started, the role of the faculty mentor, and more.
Join us for a virtual discussion about current issues and US, China and Taiwan Relations with Pitt Global Professor Michael Liu along with a national webcast with CNN journalist Fareed Zakaria.
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Join the Chinese Language & Culture Club for their biweekly meetings where we will build our Chinese language skills and participate in fun cultural activities!