Upcoming Events

Sunday, March 3

Summer Institute for Global Educators 2024

Global conflicts, climate change, and unequal development challenge both societal and personal resilience by causing displacement, restricting resources, and counteracting efforts for a renewable w

Tuesday, March 5

Languages and Cultures Across the Curriculum: Understanding the Landscape, Exploring Possibilities

Integrating languages and cultures across the curriculum is an innovative approach that fosters a holistic educational experience.

2:00pm to 3:00pm
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Spring 2024 UCIS Digital Narrative Workshops

Are you an undergraduate Pitt student planning to embark on a summer global experience?

5:00pm to 8:00pm
Posvar 4217
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Tuesday, March 12

A Day in the Life of Abed Salama

Global Studies Center and the Consortium of Educational Resources on Islamic Studies (CERIS) will host a workshop centered around the article written by Nathan Thrall titled "A Day in the Life of A

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Tuesday, March 19

Spring 2024 UCIS Digital Narrative Workshops

Are you an undergraduate Pitt student planning to embark on a summer global experience?

5:00pm to 7:00pm
Global Hub
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Wednesday, March 20

Global Appalachia Reading Group: Interdisciplinary Perspective on a Region in Motion

In the spring of 2024, the World History Center’s Global Appalachia working group and the Global Studies Center will host a series of book discussions focusing on the region of Appalachia from a gl

1:00pm to 2:30pm
4130 Posvar Hall

Bringing Global Studies and World History into Your Classroom

Join the University of Pittsburgh’s Alliance for Learning in
World History & the Global Studies Center for a series of
workshops about using History for the 21st Century (H21)

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Thursday, March 21

Coffee With a Diplomat: Sherry Sykes

Come have coffee and refreshments with Sherry Sykes, Pitt’s own Diplomat-in-Residence!

2:00pm
Global Hub, First Floor Posvar Hall

Home is Not a Country (GILS)

In the fifth installment of the Global Issues Through Literature Series (GILS), educators will convene to discuss Home is Not a Country by author Safia Elhillo.

5:00pm
Zoom and 4217/4130 Posvar Hall
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Friday, March 22

Technology, Humanity, and Social Justice

As humans rely more and more on electronic devices to support their everyday activities, there are ever present warnings about the impacts such reliance has on human autonomy ranging from who owns

5:00pm to 8:00pm
Zoom
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