Science2018, the University's annual celebration of science and technology, starts next week. Register online to attend.
The third week of October (Oct. 21-27) is National Retirement Security Week and the Office of Human Resources has programming designed specifically for helping employees raise their awareness of the importance of saving for retirement.
Upcoming Thornburgh Family Lecture on Disability Law and Policy hosts Canine Partners for Life Volunteer Kathleen Smith Bell and Labrador retriever Ella to discuss how service dogs make life easier for the people they serve.
Roger Ferguson, CEO of TIAA, one of the nation’s largest financial services firms, will be on campus Tuesday, Nov. 13, for a special presentation for faculty and staff.
For three days, scientists from Pitt and beyond will convene on campus to share and experience the best of the region’s latest scientific research and technological innovations.
Do you use Duquesne Light for energy? If so, you can claim a free kit with LED bulbs, thanks to a program coordinated with assistance from Pitt's Facilities Management.
Pitt's Office of Economic Partnerships is hosting the Center for Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) for an informative discussion and networking session about opportunities to perform research at the International Space Station.
Still from Night of the Living Dead
Expert panels, critical symposia and remastered screenings of restored prints will celebrate the career of horror auteur George A. Romero, whose “Night of the Living Dead” debuted 50 years ago Oct. 1.
Pitt Cyber Accelerator Grants provide initial funding for novel and innovative projects that advance Pitt Cyber’s mission to investigate critical questions surrounding technology law, policy and security.
It’s flu shot season — stay healthy through the winter and get your flu shot on campus now.
The September Life Solutions webinar is now available. Legal and Financial Aspects of Elder Care takes a closer look at what is involved in managing a loved one’s financial obligations.
Stay on top of your health by attending a free on-site biometric screening at the Pittsburgh and regional campuses in October.
Help celebrate the start of the Year of PittGlobal with the following September events featuring Pitt’s ties with local and global communities.
On Thursday, Sept. 20, join TIAA and the Office of Human Resources for a Veterans’ Informational Luncheon, part of the launch of the Faculty and Staff Veterans Affinity Group.
Today, it’s just a parking space. But on Friday, Sept. 21? Games, art installations, educational dioramas, impromptu lounges, collaborative art pieces and more ways to rethink how our streets can be used.