Pitt Studios

Pitt Studios Launches at the Pete

A state-of-the-art studio and broadcast facility will give students hands-on production experience and support of the launch of the upcoming ACC Network, a collaboration with ESPN.

Food for (International) Thought: Oct. 16, 17

University community members can get a taste of of International Week, a week-long celebration of the experiences and benefits of an international education taking place Oct. 13-20, through two events taking place at the William Pitt Union. 
Heinz Memorial Chapel garden and fountain

A New Space for Reflection on Campus

Amid hydrangeas and boxwood, guests saw the formal dedication of the new European-style garden and its three-tier fountain, adjacent to Heinz Memorial Chapel, on Friday, Oct. 5.
thumbnail from draft campus master plan

Input from Faculty and Staff Sought on Campus Master Plan Draft

Faculty and staff are encouraged to comment on the draft of Pitt’s campus master plan, the framework for long-term campus enhancements created over the past year with input from them along with students, community members and partners, at a meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 9, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at the University Club, Ballroom B.
Still from Night of the Living Dead

October Events Celebrate Romero’s Impact on Horror

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.
artwork of shipping boxes

Viewing the “Unboxed”

Pitt’s Department of Studio Arts is marking the 50th anniversary of its founding in a unique way — through an art exhibition of works submitted by 50 former students.
homecoming event table centerpiece

Homecoming Week Activities for Faculty and Staff

From fireworks and lasers to rubbing the panther’s nose, there are lots of ways that faculty and staff can participate in the events and activities leading up to the Pitt Panthers’ 2018 homecoming.

Upcoming Year of PittGlobal Events: Sept. 27 and 28

Help celebrate the start of the Year of PittGlobal with the following September events featuring Pitt’s ties with local and global communities.

Second Annual Pitt PARK(ing) Day Is Sept. 21

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.

September Events Kick Off Year of PittGlobal

Celebrate the start of the Year of PittGlobal by taking a mini-language lesson at Eurofest or learning more about information advocacy at Data for Good: The Global Politics of Information Civil Society at September events.