The Office of University Communications is conducting brand research and your voice is essential.
Interested parties are invited to review the position profile on the search website.
From protecting yourself online to choosing the right trust or life solutions, eight TIAA financial webinars taking place in early February help you answer your money management questions.
Whether you’re looking to lose or maintain your weight, the Pitt Weight Race provides motivation, resources and support to help you achieve your fitness goals.
You may soon receive a tax document with information about health care coverage, which can be used to complete your 2018 tax return.
A five-minute survey from the Sustainability Task Force will help inform Pitt's efforts in sustainability.
On Tuesday, Jan. 29, Pitt's Staff Council will host Belkys Torres to speak about the Year of Pitt Global and resources available to faculty and staff to help strengthen Pitt's engagements on campus and abroad.
The Spring Safety Fair has been postponed due to weather. Details about a rescheduled date and time will be forthcoming.
Upcoming events at Hillman Library feature Pitt faculty authors reading from their books of fiction, poetry and non-fiction and a reading of "Salk: The Man Behind the Vaccine," produced by Pitt doctoral students.
In an ongoing exhibition through the end of May, Hillman Library will feature historical displays and guest speakers exploring the historical impact of the Silk Road trade route.
Now through Monday, Feb. 4, register for the Pitt Weight Race to get the support you need to reach your goals, including free Friday Fitness classes.
The Pitt Queer Professionals LGBTQIA+ affinity group will host regular meetings through May 2019. A planning session is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 18.
Featuring more than 100 free titles by major vendors, Pitt's Software Download Service had been redesigned for better usability and speed.
Pitt community members are invited to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. at an interfaith celebration taking place on Jan. 22.
On Thursday, Jan. 24, Pitt's Center for African American Poetry & Poetics will host Terrance Hayes and Rickey Laurentiis for a reading and discussion at Heinz Memorial Chapel.