Announcements And Updates
The draft policies are now available for review and comments.
Make a donation or pledge to United Way by Oct. 25 and you’ll be eligible for an Oct. 27 raffle.
Employees can receive confidential and personalized coaching through a new partnership with TIAA and the nonprofit GreenPath.
Win prizes, watch creepy cybersecurity horror stories and protect yourself online during the rest of October.
Several panel moderators described the virtual conference’s first day as moving. The events are free and open to all.
A new sustainability certificate and supervisor support programming are among the more than 60 offerings.
The awards promote excellence and innovation across the breadth of the University. The closing date for letters of nomination is Friday, Oct. 15.
The first annual Screenshot: Asia Film Festival offers 12 feature and short films from Asia and Asian filmmakers.
Grab your phone and frighten your friends in 60 seconds or less and you could win up to $250.
Join the Center for Creativity for a monthlong virtual art gallery aimed toward mental health expression.
Take a mini-course, listen to a talk on environmental justice or attend a virtual sustainability conference. Find ways to get engaged with sustainability on and off campus.
Festivities begin Saturday, Oct. 2 with the Latin American and Caribbean Festival and continue through Oct. 9.
The introduction of the Latinx Connect Conference offers more opportunity for dialogue and education about the diverse diaspora of the Latinx and Hispanic community on campus and beyond.
All public health students are eligible for the Health Justice Scholars program, which supports scholars with an interest in health equity research, policy and practice.
On Oct. 4-9, show your commitment to addressing society’s most pressing challenges.
An executive vice president of the European Commission will talk transatlantic trade and technology with GSPIA Associate Dean Erica Owen. He’ll also take questions from students.
Fire safety demonstrations, a visit from K-9 Filo and giveaways await students and employees at tomorrow’s event.
“His influence and positive impact are lasting examples of what we hope all of our graduates accomplish,” said Pitt Business Dean Arjang A. Assad.
Register as a team or individual for the 2021 Staff and Faculty Day of Caring. The Friday, Oct. 8, event is the signature day of service during Civic Action Week.
Pitt received $54.7 million in new federal COVID-19 relief funds and has allocated $31.9 million to go directly to students. Here’s what undergrads and grad students should do as part of the