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A One-of-a-Kind Collection of African American Poetry and Art

The Center for African American Poetry and Poetics has worked with the University Library System to create an evolving archive of posters, books and artwork from events it has hosted since its inception in 2016.
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Top-ranked Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Now Shorter

The move is part of the school’s overall goal of decreasing the time it takes to earn a degree through its many highly ranked health care professional programs.

Thornburgh Forum Lecture to Explore Democracy, the Internet

The latest in the Discussions on Governance Lecture Series will feature David Hickton, founding director of the University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security.
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Hear from Coronavirus Experts, Epidemiologists, Infectious Disease Historians at Panel Discussion

The Asian Studies and Global Studies Centers are hosting an information and panel session today at 5:30 p.m. on outbreak of coronavirus.

Pitt Cyber Welcomes Preet Bharara on Feb. 13

Former U.S. Attorney and New York Times best-selling author Preet Bharara will be discussing his new book with David Hickton, founding director of Pitt Cyber, at an event this Thursday.

One More Week for Open Education Resource Grant Proposals

The Office of the Provost is funding faculty ideas for adapting, adopting and creating open education resources for existing courses. There is one more week to submit proposals.

February Community Dinner, Faculty and Staff Info Session at CEC in Homewood

Members of the Pitt community are invited to the Community Engagement Center in Homewood to learn more about the center’s programs and meet its staff and members.

Provost's Office Hour on Feb. 11

Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd invites faculty, staff and students to share suggestions and feedback at her office hour on Feb. 11.
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Faculty, Researchers Invited to Join The Conversation

Faculty pitches and fact- and research-based stories have appeared in The Washington Post, CNN, NPR and other national media outlets thanks to the University’s membership with The Conversation, an independent global newsroom.

Pitt Alum’s Book Featured for School-wide Read

The University community is invited to join the School of Education in reading and discussing alum Bettina Love’s book “We Want to Do More than Survive.”