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EUROPE’S GREEN RECOVERY – FRANS TIMMERMANS
March 2nd
2021 Community Engaged Scholarship Forum
March 2nd
Community Engaged Scholarship Forum
March 2nd
Microplastics in PA’s Local Waterways: New Findings and Q&A
March 4th
SOOS First Thursday – March
March 4th
THE WATER DEFENDERS: HOW ORDINARY PEOPLE SAVED A COUNTRY FROM CORPORATE GREED
March 5th
Recycle Your Bicycle Drive
March 8th-13th 2021
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT: TRASH AND RECYCLING IN EURASIA
March 9th
WATER Discussion Series
March 10th
Green Speakeasy: Pitt Deans Talk Sustainability
March 16th
JUNK GARDEN: UPCYCLING PLANT POTS
March 16th
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2021 Community Engaged Scholarship Forum

  • When: Mar 02, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
  • Registration link: Click here
  • Event Type: Public

As part of Pitt’s Year of Engagement, the third annual forum—“Progress Through Partnerships: Advancing Community Resilience”—will be held as a virtual event on March 2, 2021.

University of Pittsburgh Community Engaged Scholarship Forum (CESF) elevates, celebrates, and reflects on collective approaches to community-engaged scholarship and practices that advance mutually beneficial, community-identified priorities. CESF defines community broadly to include partnerships with nonprofits, grassroots organizations, coalitions, neighborhoods, government agencies, and entrepreneurs/businesses. Organizations and individuals with an interest in the intersections of campuses and communities are invited to participate.

ADD TO CALENDAR 02-03-2021 8:00 am 02-03-2021 8:00 pm America/Los_Angeles 2021 Community Engaged Scholarship Forum

As part of Pitt’s Year of Engagement, the third annual forum—“Progress Through Partnerships: Advancing Community Resilience”—will be held as a virtual event on March 2, 2021.

University of Pittsburgh Community Engaged Scholarship Forum (CESF) elevates, celebrates, and reflects on collective approaches to community-engaged scholarship and practices that advance mutually beneficial, community-identified priorities. CESF defines community broadly to include partnerships with nonprofits, grassroots organizations, coalitions, neighborhoods, government agencies, and entrepreneurs/businesses. Organizations and individuals with an interest in the intersections of campuses and communities are invited to participate.