Announcements And Updates
Faculty, staff and students can participate Oct. 17-22.
Scan the QR code stickers on the sidewalks around the Pittsburgh campus to test your pedestrian safety knowledge while you wait to cross.
Share your thoughts on Oct. 3 at 9:30 a.m. or Oct. 7 at 4:30 p.m.
Share what traits and experiences you think the next leader of the University should have.
The Intergovernmental Personnel Act Assignments and Management of University Facilities and Grounds policies are available for review and comment.
Food, music, art and more await at the free event, which celebrates the next phase of the center’s development.
The first-ever event — part conference and part celebration — will include lectures, roundtables, performances, crafts and a food market.
The call for Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching, Research and Public Service Awards is now open, as is the call for the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Doctoral Mentoring.
Pitt IT asks that all members of the University community update their Zoom desktop client and app. Beginning Nov. 5, quarterly updates will be required for all users.
Juniors and seniors in good academic standing are eligible. The two students who receive the most votes will win an award and $1,500 in resource funds.
The ACC-led All in for Students effort seeks to raise funds for student programs, initiatives and organizations.
Register today to start planning the sessions you’ll attend. Workshops cover topics ranging from the neurobiology of bias to fatphobia to activist burnout — and much more.
The budget establishes student tuition and housing rates as well as salary pool increases.
Students should check their Pitt email account for details. Additional information is available on the Pitt Arrival website.
The feature is one of many efforts to improve sustainability and reach carbon neutrality at Pitt.
Winners of the med school’s highest honor will present alongside Pitt researchers on cutting-edge biomedical topics.
Anyone may submit creative works to the competition. Winners will be announced during the Diversity Forum, July 25-28.
Sessions include bloodborne pathogens and chemical hygiene as well as self-defense and active killer trainings.
All units at Pitt are required to conduct a performance appraisal with each employee.
Data@Pitt is a staff-led event on June 8 featuring talks and workshops. RSVP by June 2.