Chancellor Patrick Gallagher invites Pitt family and friends to the fourth annual Friends and Family Day on Jan. 13, 2019, when Pitt women's basketball takes on Boston College.
The 2018 Pitt United Way Campaign has now raised more than $450,000 —which is 60 percent of the overall goal — and five new weekly prize drawing winners have been announced.
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.
More than $415,000 raised to support the 2018 Pitt United Way Campaign and four more prizes were awarded to employee supporters.
Now through Nov. 19, Pitt is collecting nonperishable items to be distributed through local community food pantries.
Register with Be Fit Pitt to keep exercise and activity a priority among the planning, festivities and ugly sweater competitions that accompany the holiday season.
An upcoming information will discuss the security risks universities face, the controls that are in place -- and what you can do to make a difference.
The City of Pittsburgh will honor victims of the Tree of Life shooting, and call for peace and unity among all, at noon on Friday, Nov. 9.
The University seeks nominations for the 2018 Chancellor’s Awards for Staff, the highest honors Pitt grants to classified and union staff members in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the University.
Submissions are invited from faculty and staff to lead workshops or idea sessions at the full-day event are due by Dec. 5.
Join Staff Council for a Nov. 13 workshop featuring information about identifying and responding to students in distress.
With over $377,000 raised, Pitt's 2018 United Way campaign has achieved half of the overall contribution goal. Additionally, a new code enables support to reach the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.
Openings are still available for some fall Faculty and Staff Development Program courses.
New Life Solutions and TIAA webinars for the month of November address topics including the five different generations in the workplace, financial planning and how the midterm elections might impact the economy.
While on-campus flu shot clinics have ended, UPMC Health Plan members can still receive their flu shot at Falk Pharmacy at no cost.