Year of Healthy U
Pitt Faculty Reflections on Cross-Disciplinary Factors that Affect Health
The current academic year has been designated the Year of Healthy U at Pitt, and the entire Pitt community—students, staff, faculty, alumni, and friends—are being asked to advance their understanding of health in all its forms and renew their commitment to fostering a healthy community. Enjoy a TED Talks-style presentation, in which Pitt faculty members discuss how the fields of science, medicine, art, and humanities all contribute to our understanding of health.
Marie Fioravanti, DNP, RN
Associate Professor and Director of Nursing at UP Greensburg
Health Maintenance and Early Screening
David Givens, PhD(c)
Director, HIV Prevention and Care Project
Co-Director, Center for Mindfulness and Consciousness Studies
Dept. of Infectious Disease and Microbiology, Univ. of Pittsburgh
Applications of Mindfulness
Chelsea Stillman, PhD
Postdoctoral Scholar, Psychiatry Department
Brain Aging and Cognitive Health
Attendees will also have a chance to see a new exhibit featuring the work of artists who currently teach in Southwestern Pennsylvania, including several Pitt faculty members.
Cheese, fruit, and desserts by Rania's Catering will be included. Coffee, herbal tea, wine, and beer will also be provided.
Register for this event by visiting the Pitt Stops website.
Location and Address
Westmoreland County Museum of American Art
221 North Main Street | Greensburg, PA 15601