News of note for the
faculty & staff community

Announcements

Faculty and staff are invited to attend two purchasing events this month to learn more about the University’s travel program and partners and sustainable office products.
In the public seminar, Otto Scharmer and Eva Pomeroy will share their work with Theory U and explore the role of universities in profound societal change.
Acquire the skills and tools necessary to help make Pitt more accessible and ensure equal access for all by attending three digital accessibility sessions that will be held this month.
The daylong forum, “Local Citizenship in a Global World,” takes place at the Twentieth Century Club (4201 Bigelow Blvd.) on Friday, March 29, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
March’s Life Solutions digital event offers ideas and explores resources participants can tap when they are challenged by change.
From understanding retirement income to navigating personal debt, these seven finance-focused webinars can help you learn about better managing money.
Hosted by the Swanson School of Engineering, separate workshops for men and women on Thursday, Feb. 28, and Friday, March 1, will examine gender equity in higher education.
The University community is invited to an open mic night hosted by the Center for Creativity and Pitt Active Minds to help destigmatize mental illness by offering participants a chance to share their experiences. The event takes place on March 4 in the William Pitt Union.
TIAA encourages users to take advantage of online tools and resources that can provide practical advice to save more and better prepare for retirement.
For the 11th consecutive year, the University’s Pittsburgh campus is participating in Recyclemania. Faculty and staff can help Pitt’s efforts to “outrecycle” the competition by clearing out paper, electronic devices, batteries, toner and other recyclables during the March 11-14 spring break workweek.
The Office of Institutional Advancement is inviting the faculty and staff community to join a celebration to support scholarships, research, academic programs and student activities.
Join colleagues from across the University to explore how to continue building a strong culture of diversity in mentoring and advising work. The second-annual event takes place March 7.
“Burden of Genius,” an award-winning documentary on the research and impact of Thomas E. Starzl, will be featured from April 12 to 18 at the Rangos Giant Cinema.
On Thursday, Feb. 21, Jeanne Marie Laskas will read from her compendium of letters to former President Barack Obama at Hillman Library.
The Global Salon series provides opportunities for faculty and researchers to share proposed or ongoing research.