News of note for the
faculty & staff community

Announcements

Just a few days remain to get your tickets to enjoy roller coasters, games, food and raffles at the June 29 event.
On Wednesday, June 26, join the Center for Creativity for a session to sharing more information about the September event, including creative solutions to typical planning challenges.
This summer, Staff Council has planned a slate of events featuring brown-bag lunch sessions, therapy dog visits and yoga on the Cathedral lawn.
The fitness challenge aims to inspire daily physical activity through planetary missions and prizes.
The sixth community meeting to discuss the University’s proposed Institutional Master Plan will take place Monday, June 10, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the William Pitt Union.
This June, join the Center for Creativity for lunchtime workshops that explore craft projects like creating pop-up cards or sculptures for your yard.
This month, TIAA’s virtual financial workshops ways to grow retirement savings through volatile market conditions, as well as special considerations for the LGBTQ+ community.
June’s virtual Life Solutions webinar is all about teaching participants how to foster a positive and healthy mind-body connection.
On Thursday, June 6, Dean Donald Burke will share thoughts on his tenure as the longest-serving dean of the University’s Graduate School of Public Health.
Hosted by Staff Council, the annual family-friendly event on Saturday, June 29, will feature food, fun and rides at the popular amusement park.
The fifth of six community meeting to discuss the University’s proposed Institutional Master Plan will take place Wednesday, May 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the William Pitt Union.
Now through Wednesday, June 12, part-time faculty, post-doctoral scholars and other eligible participants can make changes to their benefits election.
The Pitt Farmers Market returns to the William Pitt Union driveway every other week with fresh produce and goods from local vendors.
Nominations for the Sheth Distinguished Faculty Award for International Achievement and International Young Alumni Achievement Award are being accepted through Saturday, June 1.
Now through July 30, the Bigelow Boulevard bus stop will be relocated to the corner of Fifth Avenue and University Place in front of Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum.