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Teaching Center Offers Finals Resources

The University Center for Teaching and Learning has virtual workshops and resources to help instructors plan finals and assessments during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Academic Year 2020-21 Now Available

Using the academic calendar’s interactive features, users can add events to their personal calendars; additionally, users can subscribe to feeds for related events.
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Inspired Ways to Stay Connected

With many people coping with loneliness from self-isolation, the Center for Creativity is offering creative prompts, exercises and other outlets to stay connected with each other.
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Using Zoom to Keep Remote Learning Personal

As classes move to a remote learning format, live video with interactive participation is one of the best ways for instructors and students alike to replicate the classroom experience. Pitt IT shares how Zoom is one of the best tools to help faculty do it.

Funding for Jewish Studies: Apply Through March 23

Apply for funding to support research and travel involving Jewish topics for students and faculty. The deadline is March 23 for funds expended between May 1 and Dec. 31.
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Outstanding Faculty Receive Chancellor’s Distinguished Awards

Sixteen faculty from across the University have been honored with 2020 Chancellor’s Distinguished Public Service, Research and Teaching awards.

Faculty and Staff Present at AAAS Conference

This year’s conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, held in Seattle, featured multiple presentations by Pitt faculty and staff.

Former Commerce Dept. Official to Headline Event on International Engagement

A keynote address by Eric Hirschhorn will be followed by a panel discussion with Pitt representatives about foreign influence related to research and global threats that affect our academic environment.

Provost Office Hour on March 4

Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd invites faculty, staff and students to share suggestions and feedback at her office hour on March 4.
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Black History Month Programming Celebrates Activism and Arts

Events throughout February celebrate Black History Month, which culminates with the University’s signature K. Leroy Irvis program, themed “Black to the Future.”