Faculty are invited to submit proposals for poster sessions for the 2019 Assessment and Teaching Conference, hosted by the Office of the Provost, which will be held Friday, Jan. 25, 2019.
The University of Pittsburgh has reopened the search for the next president of Pitt–Bradford and Pitt–Titusville and is inviting nominations for candidates.
The 2018 Pitt United Way campaign is approaching reaching 70 percent of its overall goal, and new prize winners and events are still coming.
Help benefit the United Way by donating to or shopping at the Pitt United Way Re-Gift and Thrift Sale on Friday, Jan. 4.
Pitt's Office of Diversity and Inclusion to relocate to Webster Hall.
There are only a few more weeks before Faculty and Staff Development Program (FSPD) workshops close for the fall term. Some upcoming workshops still have availability, so register for them before the fall term is over.
Read more about new and upcoming webinars from Life Solutions and TIAA in December.
The Office of Human Resources (OHR) will be closed for the University’s winter recess from Monday, Dec. 24, through Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019.
The Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) seeks proposals that explore the topics “energizing learning” and “environments” for its 2019 Pittsburgh Regional Faculty Symposium, scheduled to be held at Pitt on March 11, 2019.
Submissions are invited from faculty and staff to lead workshops or idea sessions at the full-day event, which is hosted by the Office of the Provost, are due by Dec. 5.
The Office of the Provost is inviting proposals from faculty, staff and students for projects that enhance personalized education for Pitt students. Applications are due Jan. 4, 2019, and those interested in submitting a proposal are invited to attend upcoming info sessions that start this week.
Teaching surveys are open now and run through Dec. 9 and the Office of Measurement and Evaluation of Teaching has a number of resources you can use to increase response rates this fall.
Pitt law librarian Linda Tashbook will speak about her new book, “Family Guide to Mental Illness and the Law,” at Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures at the Carnegie Library Lecture Hall in Oakland on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 6 p.m.
As a result of overwhelming support, the Parking Office’s Donations for Citations will accept food donations through the month of December.
The annual Community and Governmental Relations’ (CGR) holiday gift drive is taking place now through Friday, Dec. 14. Gifts will be distributed to children at Christmas Day at Pitt, the University’s annual event  where meals and holiday gifts are shared with those in need, and to community partners.