United Pittsburgh Public Speaker Series
Prominent speakers will discuss Pittsburgh's most pressing challenges--and meaningful solutions--in a series of public presentations to students and community residents alike. These community forums are open to the public and are free of charge.
All presentations will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be held on the Duquesne University campus in College Hall, Room 104, unless otherwise noted. NO PRESENTATION on March 4, 2019 due to Spring break.
View past presentations here.
|Feb. 4*||Who is my neighbor? (Hill House location)||Rabbi James Gibson, Temple Sinai with
Rev. John C. Welch, Ph.D., Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
|Feb. 11||How did we get here?||Samuel W. Black, Heinz History Center|
|Feb. 18||How NOT to fix things.||Mindy Fullilove, MD, The New School|
|Feb. 25||How can we heal our community||Majestic Lane, City of Pgh|
|March 11||What does belonging look like?||Tyian Battle, ACH Clear Pathways|
|March 18||What is the difference between charity and equity?||Grant Oliphant, Heinz Endowments|
|March 25||What is my worth?||LaKeisha Wolf, Ujamaa Collective|
|April 1||How to work together.||Presley L. Gillespie, Neighborhood Allies|
|April 8||Where does the buck stop?||
Mary Ellen Glasgow, Ph.D., Duquesne University
|April 15*||What can universities contribute to a United Pittsburgh?
(Hill House location)
Moderated by William Generett, Jr., J.D., Duquesne University