Public and Professional Writing: Cookies and Information Session: October 22

Enjoy some cookies, learn about PPW spring courses, and find out how the PPW major or certificate can help advance your career. Cookies and Information Session: Public and Professional Writing Program Oct. 22 12- 2 p.m. 501 Cathedral of Learning Visit the PPW Program website to learn more about the program and its course offerings.

Re-Imagining History in Africa & the Role of Technology: Oct. 18

Nisi Shawl, who wrote the 2016 Nebula finalist novel “Everfair”, an alternate history set in the late 19th and early 20th-century Congo, will give a lecture about the historical connection between colonialism and contending definitions of science and technology. Shawl has presented speeches at several other institutions on scientific method and traditional West African practices. She is currently […]

Clinical Interviewing Counseling Skills Workshops: Oct. 26 and Nov. 17

The Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program is holding two counseling skills workshops for undergraduate students this fall, one on Clinical Interviewing and one on Building Client Rapport. Both workshops are free of charge and will include lunch. Please register through the online form. These interactive workshops will be led by Pitt faculty and […]

Junior Fellows Program With Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Apply now for the Junior Fellows Program with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s (CEIP), one of the world’s leading thinktanks specializing in international affairs. Junior fellows assist scholars in conducting research. These are full-time paid positions and require working in Washington, D.C. for one year beginning August 1, 2019. Eligible applicants must:  Be current […]

Sign-up for Paid Participation in Economics Experiments

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Experimental Economics Laboratory are conducting studies designed to test theories about individual decision making. Students are invited to participate and will be paid for their participation. Participants can earn $6 to $20 per hour and experiments typically last between one to two hours. A cash payment will be made at the end of the […]

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