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Making the Connection: Fast Fashion & the Environment Event
August 4th
Climate Change in Pittsburgh: The Local Impacts of Climate Change
August 4th
Green Greeting: Healthy Ride
August 6th
Healthy Ride at Pitt: Student Info Session
August 6th
Green Greeting: Understanding Recycling and Reusables on Campus
August 7th
TRAVELING GLASS BIN APPEARANCE
August 8th-13th 2020
Wild & Scenic Film Festival
August 8th
PittEd Justice Collective: Initial Welcome/Orientation/Gathering
August 10th
Climate Change in Pittsburgh: Local Solutions and Actions
August 11th
WATER Discussion
August 12th
Virtual Book Club – Pitt Medicine Office of Diversity
August 12th
100% Renewable Campuses Panel
August 12th
Healthy Ride at Pitt: Employee Info Session
August 13th
Go Green at Market Square
August 14th-15th 2020
TRAVELING GLASS BIN APPEARANCE
August 15th-20th 2020
CSB Podcast “Sustaining Sustainability”
August 21st
Growing Up Green at Schenley Plaza
August 22nd
Sustainable Business Breakfast
August 27th
Trees and Health: The Louisville Green Heart Story
August 27th
CSB Podcast “Sustaining Sustainability”
August 28th
Ecolution Fashion Show
August 28th
WATER Discussion
August 31st
Black Study Intensive: Masterclass with Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon
September 1st
Black Study Intensive: Opening talk by Yale scholar Emily Greenwood titled, “Overthrowing Deadly Metaphors”
September 28th
Black Study Intensive: Public reading and conversation: Dionne Brand and Harryette Mullen, moderated by Emily Greenwood
September 28th
Black Study Intensive: Performance, readings and conversation with Saidiya Hartman, Jerome Ellis and Erica Hunt (participant moderator)
September 29th
Black Study Intensive: Poetry reading, photography and conversation with Aracelis Girmay and Zun Lee
September 30th
Black Study Intensive: “Love is the Great Rebellion” with rilmmakers Charles Burnett and Julie Dash (who were part of the L.A. Rebellion film movement) and participant moderator Daniel Alexander Jones
October 2nd
Halfway to Earth Day: Ecolution Fashion Show at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History Music Hall
October 21st
Halfway to Earth Day: Sustainable Business Breakfast at Fairmont Pittsburgh
October 23rd
Halfway to Earth Day: Earth to Table Dinner
October 25th
Community Engaged Scholarship Forum
March 2nd
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Jan
9

2020 Collegiate Basic Needs Dialogue

  • Where: CCAC South Campus, 1750 Clairton Road, West Mifflin, PA 15122
  • When: Jan 09, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Registration link: Click here
  • Campus: Off Campus
  • Event Type: Public

A day of collegiate basic needs workshops, keynote address, lunch, and a panel of college presidents, all focused on strategies to change higher education in hopes that all students can earn their degree.

This daylong event features Keynote Speaker Cathe Dykstra, the Chief Possibility Officer, President & CEO of Family Scholar House. Cathe will present A 2Gen Framework to End Poverty and will share Family Scholar House’s approach to poverty and why they believe it is integral to the success of their program and participants. She will highlight the challenges they have faced and their steps to overcome them as well as provide critical insight into current and future initiatives.

We have an excting lineup of breakout sessions, tours of the campus food pantry and clothes closet, and lunch will be provided.

Tickets are $25 and students attend for free. Students should use code CBNSTUDENT when registering. * Free student shuttles from Pitt & Point Park.  * Free parking *

 

ADD TO CALENDAR 09-01-2020 8:00 am 09-01-2020 4:00 pm America/Los_Angeles 2020 Collegiate Basic Needs Dialogue

A day of collegiate basic needs workshops, keynote address, lunch, and a panel of college presidents, all focused on strategies to change higher education in hopes that all students can earn their degree.

This daylong event features Keynote Speaker Cathe Dykstra, the Chief Possibility Officer, President & CEO of Family Scholar House. Cathe will present A 2Gen Framework to End Poverty and will share Family Scholar House’s approach to poverty and why they believe it is integral to the success of their program and participants. She will highlight the challenges they have faced and their steps to overcome them as well as provide critical insight into current and future initiatives.

We have an excting lineup of breakout sessions, tours of the campus food pantry and clothes closet, and lunch will be provided.

Tickets are $25 and students attend for free. Students should use code CBNSTUDENT when registering. * Free student shuttles from Pitt & Point Park.  * Free parking *

 

CCAC South Campus, 1750 Clairton Road, West Mifflin, PA 15122