Announcements And Updates
Children ages 3-5 are eligible for a new partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Western Pennsylvania. Sites in Carnegie and Lawrenceville are prioritizing Pitt applicants through Oct. 1.
The Office of Human Resources offers a variety of virtual and in-person benefits to keep employees healthy.
Sixteen candidates are vying for a spot on the 2021 Homecoming Court. Read their bios and cast your vote this week.
University community members have until Oct. 18 to review and comment on drafts titled Campus Crime Awareness and Protection of Children from Abuse.
Join the Oakland community at Pitt's final Be a Good Neighbor Block Party from 5-7 p.m. at The Corner.
Pitt’s partnership with Care.com offers eligible employees access to a network of local caregivers, a total of 10 backup care days for child and adult care, and more.
On Sept. 20-24, join students, faculty and staff for a mix of in-person and virtual events designed to encourage bike commuting.
Join people across the world in repurposing parking spaces and converting them into parks and places for art.
The awards recognize faculty excellence in teaching, research and public service. Submit your nomination by Oct. 15.
The Pittsburgh campus will host free flu shot clinics beginning on Sept. 15. Bradford and Johnstown clinics begin on Oct. 12 and Sept. 22, respectively.
The conference, held March 3-4, 2022, is now accepting abstract submissions.
Bring your friends and neighbors and join the Oakland community at Pitt's Be A Good Neighbor Block Parties this month.
A University-wide outdoor exhibition will celebrate and amplify diverse Black voices and Black art. The Black Lives in Focus initiative is guided by the question, “What do we learn when Black life is
If you were waiting for FDA approval to get vaccinated against COVID-19, you’re in luck: Pitt’s vaccination clinic carries the newly approved Pfizer vaccine, and its hours have expanded. They’ll also
All incoming graduate and professional students are invited to the Aug. 24 University-wide orientation from 2-6:30 p.m. to meet key administrative and student leaders.
The Office of the Chancellor has selected nine employees to receive the University’s highest staff recognition.
The award, which comes with a $2,000 prize, recognizes a faculty member’s efforts to integrate diversity and inclusion concepts into courses and curricula.
If you’re pre-diabetic or struggling to develop a healthy lifestyle, sign up by Aug. 31 to participate in a program to help you lose weight, become more active and reduce stress.
Pitt faculty and staff are invited to the Internal Funding Showcase: Fueling Our Future event on Sept. 2, from 1–3 p.m.
The University’s current vaccine incentive program and prize drawing has drawn to a close — see who won the last round.