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  • Thu
    Oct
    19
    8-10PMCenter for Creativity

    Kwai Lin, the President of ActiveMinds, will be leading a group painting project that will show how artistic expression can be an outlet for individuals with mental health concerns.

  • Fri
    Oct
    20
    11AM-2PMWPU Lawn & Patio

    Multiple student organizations and other mental health resources on campus will be tabling at an outdoor fair-style event.  Student will have the opportunity to ask questions and express concerns with these resources.

  • Fri
    Oct
    20
    4:00 pmWPU Patio

    Students will speak about their struggles with mental health issues and how they overcame them. This is also an opportunity to debrief and reflect on the week, and allow students to give feedback as to what they would like to see from Pitt on issues relating to mental health for the rest of the year of the HealthyU and beyond.

  • Sat
    Oct
    21
    9 a.m. - 3 p.m.WPU

    Pitt Make a Difference Day (PMADD) is the region’s largest day of service, engaging over 4,000 students, alumni, staff and faculty! PMADD is an opportunity for students to show their school spirit and serve their community. Join the 10th Annual PMADD on October 21, 2017 and consider serving on the planning committee or as a team leader!

  • Mon
    Oct
    23
    7-9PMWPU Assembly Room

    Kevin Briggs is a former highway patrolman in the San Francisco area that talked down over 200 individuals attempting to commit suicide by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. Since his time as a patrolman, he has gone on to write his own book, speak at a 2014 TED Talk event, and travel all around the country speaking on issues relating to mental health.

  • Wed
    Oct
    25
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.WPU

    Free t-shirts, food, music, and more!

  • Wed
    Oct
    25
    11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.WPU
  • Wed
    Oct
    25
    8-9 PMWPU Room 548

    The peer education group SECCS, Students Engaging in Conversations about Consent and Sexuality, will host a workshop to help students recognize the signs of an unhealthy relationship and will provide information for supporting peers who have been affected by misconduct or abuse.

  • Thu
    Oct
    26
    5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.WPU Dining Room A
  • Thu
    Oct
    26
    5-6:30 p.m.WPU Dining Room A

    Participate in the on-going conversation regarding diversity and inclusion on Pitt’s campus by attending this round-table discussion hosted by Vice Provost and Dean of Students Kenyon Bonner. Engage with your peers in a meaningful way and provide recommendations to help make Pitt a more inclusive campus.

  • Fri
    Oct
    27
    4-6 PMTowers Lobby

    Get to know the resources available to those affected by sexual misconduct. Gain insight into the support resources and reporting options available both on and off campus.