Announcements And Updates
Supervisors across the University are invited to attend a virtual workshop presented by the Office of Human Resources’ Organization Development team to support supervisors in implementing the Interim
Regular vaccine clinics will be held throughout the summer on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
All Pitt staff members are invited to the virtual retreat, “Yes, There is Room for YOU Too! Reimagining Your Professional Path.” Plus, get involved in additional activities with Staff Council.
See who won this week’s vaccine incentives prize drawing. Fill out your Vaccination Disclose Form for a chance to win Tiki Boat rides, gift certificates to Condado Tacos, Flood City Music Festival
Employees, consider booking an appointment with a pharmacist through the Comprehensive Medication Management program.
Stop by locations on all Pitt campuses next week to get free donuts and meal vouchers during Faculty and Staff Appreciation Week.
The University of Pittsburgh’s Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion will mark Juneteenth, the annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, with two virtual events
Pitt IT is performing telephone network maintenance from 4 to 7 a.m. on Monday, June 7. Most phones on the Pittsburgh campus will be able to place calls but unable to receive them during the
The summer trainings and Q&As will cover Microsoft Teams and Zoom.
Are you vaccinated against COVID-19? Complete a Voluntary Disclosure Form today for a chance to win prizes including ski passes, restaurant gift cards and more.
Most phones on the Pittsburgh campus will be able to place calls but unable to receive them during the 4 to 7 a.m. maintenance window. Pitt Police will continue to receive calls at 412-624-2121 from
Plus, submit your artwork to the Art of Diversity Showcase by July 9 and your virtual poster proposals by July 16.
Nine members of the Pitt community brought home $3,400 in prizes this week. Disclose your COVID-19 vaccination status to be eligible for next week’s prize drawing.
In the past year, the University of Pittsburgh embraced uncertainty, showed resilience and accomplished amazing things — and in many ways, our students led the way. See their stories.
As you walk around campus, keep your eye out for small notecards featuring positive messages, inspiring quotes and even tiny works of art sure to brighten your day.
Pre-diabetic or Think You Might Be? Register for a Free Diabetes Prevention Program Delivered Remotely
The Group Lifestyle Balance program can help you lose weight, become more physically active and reduce stress. All classes will be delivered remotely.
Artists throughout western Pennsylvania are invited to submit works that answer the question, “What does the phrase Black Lives Matter mean to you?” The deadline is Dec. 1.
This American Cancer Society event provides a chance for smokers to begin their journey leading to a smoke-free life.
Employees and student workers received information about the launch of Pitt Worx, a modernized, user-friendly cloud-based system.
Which health career is right for you? Find out by registering for HRS 1018 Survey of Health and Rehabilitation Professions.