Faculty and staff interested in applying for a 2020 Pitt Seed grant are invited to attend the final information session on Thursday, Jan. 23. Required letters of intent are due Feb. 7.
The Jan. 31 Thornburgh Forum’s Discussions on Governance Lecture Series will welcome David Thornburgh for a keynote address on state redistricting reform.
Faculty, staff and students who have ideas for projects potentially funded by the Year of Creativity should submit their proposals by Friday, Jan. 31.
Join alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of Pitt to urge legislators to make Pitt a budget priority.
Featuring a forum for general questions, the training session will help users discover opportunities for mentoring, networking and connecting within the Pitt community.
The Pitt United Way Campaign has raised more than $675,000 through faculty, staff, retiree and special events donations.
A series of workshops in January and February will provide opportunities for all members of the Pitt community to share feedback and suggestions to help inform and shape the Plan for Pitt 2025.
The Community Engagement Center in Homewood will host its first info session of the semester for faculty and staff on Thursday, Jan. 23.
Equipoise’s Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Luncheon will honor Kathy Humphrey, senior vice chancellor for engagement and secretary of the Board of Trustees, with the Creating a Just Community Award.
The annual women’s basketball event will feature special tours of the team facilities, a panel discussion featuring Pitt women administrators and a courtside reception as the Panthers take on Wake Forest.
The Pitt Shop at the Pete will donate $75 to the Pitt United Way Campaign for every University employee who volunteers to work at a basketball game.
Two awards of up to $20,000 each will be presented to research in the social, behavioral and policy sciences at the University Center for Social and Urban Research.
Celebrating the diversity of community-engaged work across the University, the Community Engaged Scholarship Forum is an opportunity for faculty, staff, students to present their work and explore partnerships.
The Offices of Human Resources invites faculty and staff to attend engagement sessions that will help advance the Shaping the Workplace initiative.
Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd invites faculty, staff and students to share suggestions and feedback.