Visit Posvar Hall on Sunday, Aug. 25, to browse wares from local artisans and vendors, enjoy song and dance performances and sample various European cuisines.
Life insurance and women's unique financial challenges are among topics TIAA financial webinars will explore during August.
August's Life Solutions virtual session explores how to succeed in the workplace by understanding cultural differences and how to leave lasting impressions.
The University’s annual day for employee volunteerism and community outreach will take place on Friday, Oct. 18.
A series of community engagement sessions is scheduled for August for the parcel known as One Bigelow. The development will serve as the hub of systems-oriented research, applications and education and will house the new School of Computing and Information.
Applications for admission for freshmen, international and transfer students for fall 2020 open Thursday, Aug. 1.
The exhibit at Millstein Library will showcase the work of artists who live in work in the region, with awards presented in both fan-favorite and judged categories.
Nominations for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s award recognizing outstanding work that supports Pitt’s goal to be an inclusive community are open through Aug. 7.
Learn more about the University's online survey and document signing systems in these tech workshops offered by Pitt Information Technology as part of the Faculty and Staff Development Program.
Faculty and staff are invited to stop by the Biomedical Science Tower on Monday, July 22, to learn more about graduate and professional degrees and certificates available at the University.
This month’s virtual session will teach participants to become aware of unconscious beliefs that may impact their behaviors in both personal and professional settings.
In addition to a quarterly update on the economy, TIAA’s virtual financial workshops for July explore the foundations of investing and consolidating debt.
Stop by Maggie and Stella’s Cards and Gifts on Wednesday, July 10, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for samples of tea and dip and raffle drawings.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is now accepting nominations for its 2019 UPSIDE Awards, which recognize excellence in University work that makes significant contributions to fostering inclusion and engagement.
Just a few days remain to get your tickets to enjoy roller coasters, games, food and raffles at the June 29 event.