For 14 years, the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health has served as a public health training center for Pennsylvania. Now with a new federal grant, it will expand into a regional center with additional responsibilities as the nation’s center for health informatics. That involves storage, retrieval and analysis of data to address such public health issues as air and water pollution, the spread of infectious diseases, and food safety, among many other concerns. Pitt Public Health will receive $3.4 million over four years to develop the Region 3 Public Health Training Center to serve Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. The grant was awarded through the Health Resources and Services Administration in the U.S. Department
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s Canton Avenue, the steepest street in the US.
via Atlas Obscura
(At first glance I thought he was on a roof!)
The Cathedral of Learning stands 563 feet above the University of Pittsburgh campus.
This is an article written by Shreya Raghuraman for an independently published newspaper called “slutciety” here at Pitt. I am reposting with permission from Shreya in the hopes that some of my fellow women (Pitt) students here will see it if they need to, or reblog if they’d like.
The best view. #H2P
NCOW is coming up!
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