Announcements And Updates
The event will include panels on facilitating learning about data, sustaining the impact of project activities, lightning talks and a poster session.
Dean Carissa Slotterback will moderate the virtual event on April 8.
The virtual sessions will focus on reviewing and discussing with the Middles States Accreditation team how Pitt is meeting accreditation standards.
The awards are the highest University honor for staff.
Help raise $750,000 before April 29.
Programming is intended to engage in education and dialogue aimed at eradicating sexual violence and to hold space for the survivors on Pitt’s campus.
The program will be held remotely, and there is no cost to enroll.
Effective Monday, March 28, indoor masking will be optional except for in health care settings and on-campus shuttles.
Comments and suggestions provided during this 28-day comment period will be taken into consideration during the University’s policy development process.
Open educational resources are high-quality curricular materials such as textbooks, lab notebooks and videos. The submission deadline is April 1.
The daily toll of life through the COVID-19 pandemic will be told from the perspective of writers and artists who are familiar with the experience of isolation and exile.
The Rainbow Alliance-sponsored events run March 20-26 and include a chance to hear from actor-activist Indya Moore.
Staff, students and faculty can choose from over 20 volunteer projects across the region.
Graduate students address hunger to win 2022 Super Analytics Challenge; discussions will continue in Catalyst for Impact Symposium
Students teamed up to fight food insecurity and hunger in the Pittsburgh community. Discussions will continue in the first-ever Catalyst for Impact Symposium on April 8, 2022.
Proposals are due Friday, May 13, 2022.
Attendees can meet with legislators and advocate for the future of the University.
The award recognizes staff members who place immense value on mentoring others. Nominations are due March 15.
This year’s keynote speaker is Felicia Savage Friedman, founder of YogaRoots. The theme is, “Who are You in the Legacy of Racism?”
Registration is limited for the workshop led by English Instructor Johanna Murphy at noon-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 16.
Stop by the fundraising event from 1:30-2:30 p.m., at the Pitt Global Hub on the first floor of Posvar Hall. Donations will be used to support the Ukrainian people.