Monday, February 11, 2008

Various Information Sessions This Week


Information Session- Global Service Learning
Monday 1:00-3:00
Tuesday 10:00-12:00
Wednesday 5:00-7:30
Einstein's in Posvar Hall

Serve and learn around the world for university credit. Global Studies in Ghana, Intro to Social Documentary Film in Alabama, Native American Studies on the Navajo Nation, Peace and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland, much more:

Information Session - Study Abroad's Professional Development Workshops- Resume Writing -
Union Dining Room A (1st Floor)

Lived abroad? Speak a foreign language? Studied international affairs? Get the most from your international education by learning to market what you've done! Hear from a seasoned career adviser about the most effective ways to market your experiences via resume writing strategies. Bring a copy of your updated resume to edit during the workshop!

Information Session -The Global Service Initiative
7:45 pm
Einstein's Posvar Hall
The Global Service Initiatives a new student group on campus dedicated to discussing and promoting awareness on global politics, global economy, global health, and much more. We are looking for committee chair officers - its a great way to get involved! Please email for any questions or more information.


Roundtable--Study Abroad Brown Bag Luncheon - Europe
12:30 p.m.- 2:00 p.m.
William Pitt Union, Dining Room A (1st Floor)
Hear from a panel of students and faculty who lived, studied and traveled abroad. Learn about the current events in world affairs and about opportunities to pursue regional interests at Pitt and abroad! Soda and coffee will be provided, but please bring your own "brown bag" lunch. For more information, contact Matthew Long - 412-648-7413
Sponsored by: Study Abroad Office


Information Session: Undergraduate Research Community Research And Funding Opportunities
12:00 - 1:30 pm
Location: LRDC 9th floor (
The Undergraduate Research Community is back this semester with yet another workshop where you can learn about various research and funding opportunities for undergraduate students. We will feature a couple of undergraduate students who will talk about specific funding opportunities that they have benefited from as well as a graduate student who will inform you of various funded summer research programs that you may qualify for (especially minority students).Feel free to bring questions and pass this along to anyone who may be interested! ** Lunch will be served **
If you plan to attend please RSVP by Tuesday, February 12th to this email address (

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