Faculty and staff can purchase discounted tickets to ‘Revolution: The Music of the Beatles—A Symphonic Experience,’ which celebrates the 50th anniversary of ‘Abbey Road’ at Heinz Hall.
Faculty and staff interested in learning more about how their teaching and research can impact the community are invited to the CEC in Homewood to meet staff and learn about opportunities to get involved.
Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd invites faculty, staff and students to share suggestions and feedback.
During November, Pitt Parking, Transportation and Services will accept food donations as payment for $15 and $25 parking fines, with proceeds benefitting Pitt Pantry.
Phase I of the enabling projects supporting the campus master plan and new Wellness & Recreation Center are planned to begin late November.
With programming currently available through December, faculty and staff can still register for courses on topics including correspondence, collaboration and consensus.
On Sunday, Nov. 10, Pitt men’s soccer will host its first match at the Petersen Sports Complex.
The Pitt community expresses gratitude to those who have served our country through programming across campuses, offices and departments.
Group and program administrators are invited to attend the office hour session to learn more about the tools and best practices.
The Office of Interfaith Dialogue and Engagement invites members of the Pitt community to a networking event designed to foster connections and build bridges among colleagues.
TIAA’s November live webinars feature ways to protect your savings while managing risk. Plan for your loved ones through asset allocation and evaluate current assets to meet future goals.
Faculty and staff are invited to attend upcoming town hall discussions hosted by Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer Mark Henderson to discuss the future of information technology at the University.
Studies have shown that money management has a deeply emotional foundation. November’s Life Solutions webinar will explore how to be mindful of that connection when making financial decisions.
This year’s summit covers inclusive excellence in mentoring and advising and is cohosted by Pitt and Carnegie Mellon University. Save the date and submit a proposal for presentation.
In the first few weeks since its launch, the Pitt United Way Campaign has raised nearly $230,000 through faculty, staff, retiree and special events donations.