Pitt-Greensburg: Are You Talking to Me: From DMs to Interviews: Are You Talking to Me: From DMs to Interviews is a FREE panel focused on how to communicate better professionally. This event is open to alumni, students, faculty, and staff. Students can earn Village and GEM Credit. Join the PGAA on Monday, Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. in Village Hall 118 or on Zoom. Registration is required.
Community for the Advancement of Teaching (CAT) Meeting: The Community for the Advancement of Teaching will meet via Zoom on Nov. 16 at noon. Contact Dr. Kristen Asplin for the Zoom URL and password.
Math Club Integration Bee: The Math Club is hosting an Integration Bee--just like a spelling bee--but integration from Calculus! Winner gets bragging rights forever, especially if you aren't a math major. Village Credit, too. Sign up for this Nov. 15 event that starts at 5 p.m. in Powers Hall 111.
Persuasive Attacks in Memes: William L. Benoit, Distinguished Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, will lead this discussion in-person and via Zoom on Nov. 16. Please log into Engage to obtain the Zoom ID and URL. Program begins at noon in Powers Hall 114.
Pitt-Greensburg: Criminal Justice Day
The Criminal Justice Club at Pitt-Greensburg presents its Criminal Justice Day, featuring a full schedule of experts and informative sessions. All events, except the Aviation Patrol Unit, will be held in the Hempfield Room. The line-up includes David Garlock (Straight-ahead.org), PA State Police Aviation Patrol Unit, networking, FBI & CIA panel, Court Panel. The schedule runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 17.
Growth Through Knowledge and Understanding--Consequences of Urban Planning and Climate Change and Its Effects on Minority Populations
: Pitt-Greensburg and the Westmoreland County Diversity Coalition
are again partnering to bring awareness
to an important topic through their series, Growth through Knowledge & Understanding.
This year, they will explore the topic of Environmental Justice
. All talks are scheduled to begin at 7pm and will last for approximately 45-60 minutes. The talks will be available online
and open to the public
. Registration is required
for this Nov. 17 event.
Psychology Movie Clips Night:
This workshop will explore the portrayal of therapists in the media.
After watching the clips, there will be a discussion of whether these are accurate or not. Nov. 17 at 4 p.m. in Village Hall 118.
Pitt-Greensburg Admissions Virtual Nursing Session:
During this one-hour virtual session, you will hear from our Director of Nursing, Marie A. Fioravanti, DNP, RN, and our admissions team. This online Zoom session
will provide an overview of the Pitt Nursing program
, learn about gaining clinical experience, and the job outlook. This information session is offered to all students
. To obtain the Zoom link, please register for this Nov. 18 event.
Pitt-Greensburg Student Alumni Association (SAA) Virtual Holiday Trivia: Start the holiday season with the Student Alumni Association's (SAA) Virtual Holiday Trivia on Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. From history to legends to pop culture, test your knowledge. Play from the comfort of your room or home. Play with or against friends. Connect with the campus community. Register to receive Zoom details via email following registration.
Pitt-Greensburg: Campus-Only Blood Drive: Schedule your life-saving appointment for the campus-only Vitalent Blood Drive to be held in Smith Hall Lounge on Dec. 1 from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Appointments are recommended. Use group code CU190062 to schedule your donation. If you cannot schedule online, please call 412-209-7000.
November 15: Are you Talking to Me? From DM's to Interviews
November 15: Psi Chi weekly meeting
November 15: La Femme meeting
November 15: Integration Bee hosted by the Math Club
November 15: Film Club Screening of Rango
November 16: COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic
November 16: Community for the Advancement of Teaching (CAT) meeting
November 16: Persuasive Attacks in Memes with William Benoit
November 17: Science Club General Meeting
November 17: Active Minds General Meeting
November 17: Psychology Movie Clips Night
November 17: Film Club General Meeting
November 17: Criminal Justice Day
November 17: Growth Through Knowledge and Understanding Environmental Justice: Consequences of Urban Planning and Climate Change and Its Effects on Minority Populations
November 18: History Club General Meeting
November 18: Pitt-Greensburg Admissions Virtual Nursing Session
November 18: Student Alumni Association (SAA) Virtual Holiday Trivia
November 18: Chartwells Thanksgiving Lunch
November 21- 28: Thanksgiving Recess, no classes; University Offices will be closed Nov. 25 & 26
November 28: Residence Halls Reopen at 12:00 Noon
November 29: Classes Resume
December 1: Campus-only Vitalent Blood Drive
December 6: Deadline to meet University of Pittsburgh Vaccine Requirement
December 9: Chartwells Winter Holiday Lunch
Vaccine Requirement Update:
A reminder that the University of Pittsburgh’s vaccine requirement goes into effect Dec. 6, 2021. Anyone who has not uploaded proof of vaccination or gotten an approved exemption by that time may lose access to the University community. Refer to the FAQs on coronavirus.pitt.edu, as they are regularly updated. Exemption requests are being reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (OEDI). Exemption requests must be submitted online. Pitt-Greensburg's webpage also provides details on current COVID-19 guidelines and protocols.
On-Campus COVID Testing continues:
Since Wednesday, October 20, and continuing throughout the semester, we will have an on-campus covid testing site available for students, faculty, and staff who need to submit a Quest PCR test to maintain compliance with the University of Pittsburgh requirement for non-vaccinated individuals. The on-campus covid tests are for asymptomatic individuals only. We still expect all such members of our community to order their tests as previously instructed:
Students, to order a test kit delivered to your address click here:
Faculty/Staff, to order a test kit delivered to your address click here:
However, if you have not received your test kit in a timely fashion, or for some other reason were unable to complete a weekly test, please come to our testing site as follows:
Location: Lynch Hall 106 (there are signs directing you to the testing site)
Day/Time: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:00-2:00
A staff member will be there to assist you with the testing protocol and will collect the testing materials when you complete the process. If you have not already done so, please register with Quest ahead of time which will save you from waiting and registering at the testing site, this is encouraged, but not required.
Unvaccinated or undisclosed individuals are required by the University to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test between Monday-Saturday every week of the term.
Please use this resource as needed to stay in compliance with the mandatory testing regimen. Thank you for your attention to this critical issue.
Please visit our webpage to access the most up-to-date information about Pitt-Greensburg's COVID-19 protocols, as well as our Health & Safety Guidelines.
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Pitt-Plus is a program sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg’s Student Government Association (SGA) and Office of Student Activities. This program is designed to assist in providing and/or advertising discounts and services to current students, faculty, and staff from local businesses.
Discounts range from 10-15% or other extra incentives are offered. New businesses are being added on an on going basis for our Pitt-Greensburg community to enjoy! For more information or if your business would like to participate, please contact Al Thiel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sunday: 1-9 PM
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