Announcements And Updates
The annual event celebrates mutually beneficial partnerships with the University.
The no-cost, virtual workshop will be held Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:30-9 p.m. between Feb. 16 and May 9.
School of Education summer academy to complement Pittsburgh Promise’s Advancing Educators of Color scholarship
The scholarship aims to add 35 Black educators to the Pittsburgh Public School system in the next seven years.
The four-day event will help students start planning for summer internships.
The deadline is Feb. 18.
Get yours at the concierge entrances to buildings or at three pickup stations this week. Surgical masks will continue to be available.
Poet Anuradha Bhowmik will receive a cash award and publication through the press.
To obtain the certificate of completion, faculty will be required to participate in about 15 hours of programming.
Up to $8,000 will be allotted to approved proposals.
The Jazz Week performances will be hosted virtually from Jan. 24-29.
The lecture celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Center on Race and Social Problems.
The award will be given to a Black community member who is making a difference at Pitt and throughout the greater community.
The deadline for the next round of funding is Feb. 1.
January sessions will be virtual, with in-person walk-in hours returning in February.
The Women in Computer Science, School of Computing and Information and the Big Idea Center will host the event for newcomers to tech and seasoned professionals.
The funding program is looking for ideas that align with the new strategic plan and that make the University an even better place to learn, teach and work.
The virtual event starts at 11:30 a.m.
Appointments are preferred, though walk-ins will be welcome.
The Martin Luther King Day of Service and the Martin Luther King Social Justice Symposium will be rescheduled for later this spring, due to the University’s shelter-in-place policy.
Get a free ticket to the Dec. 21 game, discounted family rates and enter to win prizes.