Events in UCIS
Thursday, April 8 until Friday, April 8
Thursday, February 10
This is a hybrid event. Please indicate how you plan to attend (in-person or remotely.)
Join the Center for Latin American Studies for a talk by Claudio Fabian Szlafsztein, PhD on climate change in the Amazonian region. Dr. Szlafsztein is a Visiting Professor in the Department of Urban Studies and a full Professor at at the Center of Amazonian Advanced Studies (NAEA) of the Federal University of Pará (UFPA).
Angel Maxine has been called Ghana's first transgender musician; that is, she is the first to be open about it. The daughter of a reverend and a prophetess, Angel will speak about her experiences growing up in Ghana and what it's like for the LGBTQ community there. She will discuss how she uses music as a tool of activism, especially in response to the new anti-LGBTQ bill in Ghana's Parliament.
Social Italian event for students of Italian at Pitt
French casual conversation table. Open to all students of all levels of proficiency.
Join the French Club for French language practice
ADDverse+Poesia is a poetry collective that shares stories and works of art from underrepresented communities within our society - including but not limited to: the LGBTQIA+ community, Black and Indigenous individuals, and people living with disabilities.
Farsi students and those interested in the Persian language and culture can participate in language practice and cultural events