Community Café at the Honors College brings community leaders and students together to share experiences, discover opportunities, and develop partnerships that will benefit both community partners and students. A variety of coffee, teas, baked goods, and fresh fruit is provided for all to share.
Sessions are weekly on Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 3:50 p.m. in the Honors College Seminar Room on the 37th floor of the Cathedral of Learning (go to floor 36 and then take the small elevator up to 37).
Spring Term 2018
(All events will be listed on the Facebook Honors College page.)
Dan Gilman, Chief of Staff, Office of Mayor William Peduto
"Creating Local Policy for Change"
Emma Oaks, Undergraduate Student
"Raising Service Dogs on Campus: Policy Research and Networking for Advocacy"
Eric Boerer, Advocacy Director at Bike Pittsburgh
"Nonprofit Startup: From Idea to Reality"
Harinee Suthakar, Margaret Farrell, and Zach Grewe
"How to put together a Community-based Research Project Proposal"
Elizabeth Miller, MD
"Public Health Volunteer & Research Options"
Samone Riddle, founder of QueerPGH
"Community engagement, working with LGBT communities, marketing, and non-profits"
Zaheen Hussein, Sustainability Coordinator, Borough of Millvale
Daren Ellerbee, Director, Homewood Community Engagement Center
"University-Community Relationships: Building and Restoring Trust"
Bianca Leonard, Senior, Neuroscience
Holly Hickling, Director of Community Engagement
"Building an Ethical International Service Abroad Trip"
Jenna Baron, Executive Director, Alliance for Refugee Youth Support and Education (ARYSE)
Kheir Mugwaneza, Program Manager, Center For Inclusion & Immigrant Health, Allegheny Health Network
"Cross-cultural Challenges to the Education of Refugee Youths"
Larry Davis, Dean, Donald M. Henderson Professor, and Director, Center on Race and Social Problems
Several local artists, pending final list.
"Hip Hop, Spoken Word, and Social Change"