Events in UCIS
Thursday, April 8 until Friday, April 8
Friday, February 18 until Saturday, February 19
The Undergraduate Model European Union is an annual event for undergraduate students. The goal of the Model EU is to give students the opportunity to learn about the workings of the European Union through a hands-on simulation of a meeting of the European Council. Playing the role of presidents and prime ministers, students spend a weekend engaged in intense negotiations over current issues impacting the EU.
Friday, February 18
Joyce Mutsoli visited Imani Christian Academy to share a presentation about rural and urban schools in Kenya for Black History Month.
The University of Pittsburgh offers a direct exchange program for GSPIA graduate
students with Sciences Po in Paris, France, one of the most prestigious universities in
France and in the world. Students have access to the majority of Sciences Po’s Master’s programs, though linguistic or academic prerequisites may exist. Courses are taught in English and/or French; proficiency in French is not required to take classes, write papers, or take exams for English language courses
For more information about available programs, visit the Sciences Po website. For a full list of programs and requirements, please click here.
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Join us as Dr. Carla Nappi, Andrew W. Mellon Chair in History at the University of Pittsburgh, discusses her book, "Translating Early Modern China: Illegible Cities." This event is postponed and will be rescheduled for a later time.
Learn from expert speakers about critical issues facing the Arctic region—such as climate change, Arctic security, and shifting cultural identities during the Anthropocene. Attendees will receive a resource book about future opportunities to explore Arctic topics.
Brandon Boylan, GSPIA and European Studies Center Alum
Eitan Shelef, Associate Professor at Pitt and Pitt Climate Center researcher
Theresa Baughman, Artist, Pitt Studio Arts alumna
Representative from Kerecis, a biotechnology company that develops and markets regenerative grafts from fish skin
Refreshments will be provided for in-person attendees, as well as a Zoom link for remote attendees.
Register here - https://forms.gle/cpkuw8mnA45rNBor5