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As Pitt continues to welcome students, faculty and staff to campus, traveling safely through Oakland has never been more important. Keep these reminders top of mind.
As students return to campus in large numbers, Pitt Public Safety and Student Affairs are delivering a clear message: Always use common sense when exploring the city or a new area.
The blue bins are rolling and students in matching Back to Pitt shirts are out in full force to help new Panthers move in. Here are scenes and some more resources from Pitt Arrival 2021.
Resident Assistants act as guides, counselors and friends to on-campus students. Pittwire spoke to three of them about how they got their jobs and the term ahead.
The Environmental Health and Safety and Facilities Management teams are keeping Pitt’s air, water and facilities clean in preparation for the community’s return to campus buildings.
Have questions about your health? Lost your vaccination card? Want more details about vaccines? The professionals in the University’s Pitt CoVax Vaccination Center on Fifth Avenue can help.
Pitt Arrival starts this week: Here are six important things you need to know before you get to Pittsburgh.
A partnership is brewing that will give two Pitt Business students hands-on experience as CEOs of new cafes on campus.
Who is behind @cathedral_thoughts? Learn Thursday and ask her anything.
Rolling chairs, modern designs and storage: See the upgrades in select halls. Plus, what to bring when you move in.
Kati Csoman will be the new director of Pitt’s beloved Nationality Rooms and Intercultural Exchange Programs, beginning Aug. 9.
An all-new look and approach to pitt.edu and Pittwire.
The University of Pittsburgh has been named among the best employers for new graduates by Forbes. In its 2021 list of America’s Best Employers for New Graduates, Pitt ranked No. 9 among education
Following a comprehensive national search, Carla Panzella has been named Pitt’s new dean of students. She comes to Pitt from Salem State University.
Incoming students: A new Pitt Arrival website has launched with all the information you need to know about move-in on the Pittsburgh campus. Get the details.
Early figures show a near 24% increase in Pell-eligible students coming to Pitt this fall compared to last year.
As part of a larger effort to learn more about vulnerable students, Pitt participated in the nation’s largest assessment of students’ basic needs. A committee is now acting on the results.
Actor, bibliophile and philanthropist Richard E. Rauh (A&S ’62, ’64G) has donated his rare book collection to the University of Pittsburgh Library System.
More than 1 million square feet of the University is now certified green. See some of the buildings across the Pittsburgh campus designated Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).
Chancellor Patrick Gallagher unveiled the final draft of the framework for the new Plan for Pitt. The Board of Trustees is expected to offer its final input before the strategic plan goes into effect