Now through the end of June, employees are asked to complete self-appraisal forms to evaluate performance and create success plans for bright Pitt futures.
Join new and avid cyclists in your morning commute to support sustainability and foster a greener and quieter Pittsburgh.
Investment strategies, health care in retirement and estate planning are included among topics in TIAA webinars available to employees during the month of May.
The virtual session will help participants identify the triggers and causes of emotional eating so they can avoid such stressors and eat — and feel — better.
A new seven-month fitness challenge aims to promote daily physical activity through planetary missions and prizes.
For faculty and staff interested in taking development courses, registration for the spring term is still open through June, and some courses are still available.
The Chancellor's Fifth Annual Staff and Faculty Appreciation Picnic will take place on Wednesday, May 1. Register now to be eligible for some fantastic prizes.
For the third year, the Center for Creativity and Department of Parking, Transportation and Services will host an annual event that transforms metered parking spaces into art, gardens and more.
On Tuesday, May 14, join Staff Council for the annual Staff Spring Assembly, featuring an afternoon of lunch, breakout sessions and networking opportunities.
Before the calendar moves from spring to summer, the Office of University Communications (OUC) wants faculty and staff input on the University’s institutional marks and colors.
Bring unused, expired or unwanted medication to the University Pharmacy for safe disposal.
The Office of University Communications is seeking input for student, faculty, staff and alumni opinions on the University’s institutional marks and colors via an online survey.
A special event celebrating the projects and events sponsored by the Year of PittGlobal will also feature speakers and a tour of posters.
The Provost’s Diversity Institute for Faculty Development will take place April 29 to June 12 and offers faculty the opportunity to increase their awareness about diversity and to develop skills needed to teach in a diverse, multicultural environment.
Join colleagues for food, carnival games, a caricature artist and friendly team competition for fabulous prizes including athletic tickets and a TV on Wednesday, May 1.