Holidays can sometimes bring as much stress as they do cheer. Life Solutions aims to help employees craft strategies to manage stress and enjoy the season.
Strengthening our engagement with the communities around us is a strategic goal of the University, supported in many ways by many units, and the new Staff Community of Practice for Community Engagement aims to strengthen and advance those efforts across the University.
On Friday, Oct. 11, join the Pitt Queer Professionals communities group on the rooftop terrace of the University Club to celebrate National Coming Out Day.
Pitt Commons is hosting office hour sessions throughout the fall term. Stop by 355 Cathedral of Learning to ask questions or learn more about the platform.
Staff Council’s fall programing includes monthly general meetings and a campus walking tour.
The three-day symposium begins Wednesday, Oct. 16 and will feature lectures from Pitt faculty as well as the latest in innovations and research in the physical and life sciences, engineering and technology.
TIAA’s live webinars in October feature ways to market-proof your retirement, a closer look at the U.S. economy and tips on safeguarding your privacy and financial security.
Pitt is working with the City of Pittsburgh on a four-week project that will improve the safety of the Fifth Avenue and Bellefield Avenue crosswalk area.
The Office of Child Development’s second annual book drive serves children in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas. This year’s drive kicks off on Oct. 5.
TIAA will host “Lifetime Income: A TIAA Financial Essentials,” a special webinar on retirement planning for Pitt faculty and staff.
Hillman Library is hosting roundtable discussions with members of the Pittsburgh Latinx community, who will share their different experiences of their Latin American culture and background in small group settings.
Join the University Center for Teaching and Learning on Friday, Sept. 27, for a walking workshop discussing how to use the physical space of Pitt’s unique urban campus to foster experiential learning.
Starting with a golf outing on Friday, Sept. 27, Pitt–Greenburg will host activities including a blood drive, art show and duck dash in its annual Blue and Gold Celebration.
Faculty and staff can now register for professional development workshops, including ones designed to encourage creativity and celebrate the Year of Creativity.
The call for nominations for the annual Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching, Research, and Public Service Awards for faculty is now open.