EuroFest: A Taste of Europe in Oakland This Sunday

Visit Posvar Hall on Sunday, Aug. 25, to browse wares from local artisans and vendors, enjoy song and dance performances and sample various European cuisines.

New Wi-Fi Service in Pittsburgh Campus Residence Halls

Pitt has upgraded its Wi-Fi service in residence halls. Faculty and staff who work and dine in these locations can create a free MyResNet Basic account to stay connected.
Students walking in front of a Titusville campus building

Pitt–Titusville Welcomes 3 Partners in Developing Education Hub

Three partners have announced their commitment to join with the University to develop Titusville’s new education and training hub, which will offer new and enhanced academic and workforce training programs.
Students talking, studying and using laptops

Ensuring Digital Accessibility ‘Is the Right Thing to Do’

For Angie Bedford-Jack, helping Pitt colleagues create digital experiences that are accessible to users with diverse needs is more about people than it is about compliance standards.

Engagement Sessions Scheduled for One Bigelow Development

A series of community engagement sessions is scheduled for August for the parcel known as One Bigelow. The development will serve as the hub of systems-oriented research, applications and education and will house the new School of Computing and Information.
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Socially Responsible Investment Committee Publishes Report

The document presents findings from an 18-month study that considers University community perspectives and stakeholder activities.
Little Paint Creek

Pitt–Johnstown Recognized for Its Commitment to Environmental Initiatives

The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is the first Pennsylvania college or university to be certified as a cooperative sanctuary by Audubon International, which recognizes and supports environmental sustainability.
Man holding composted dirt in his hands

Additional Composting Locations Coming in August

Look for more composting locations around campus starting at the end of August. Spots include the William Pitt Union, Swanson School of Engineering’s Benedum Hall, Posvar Hall and Forbes Tower.
Rendering of Bigelow Boulevard redevelopment

Board Committee Approves Bigelow, William Pitt Union Transformation Project

The project is scheduled to start Nov. 1, 2019, and will enhance the streetscape and landscape along Bigelow and the WPU grounds, improve stormwater management and make crucial upgrades to improve the resiliency of Pitt’s aging utility infrastructure.

Map, Virtual Tour Let Users Experience Campus in a More Dynamic Way

The University’s new campus map and virtual tour let users not only locate campus buildings but also explore resources like accessible entrances, shuttle stops and composting stations.