Program cover for "Reflections on Leadership, Governance and Politics" event

Former Governors to Talk Leadership, Governance and Politics at Upcoming Lecture

Two former Pennsylvania governors will participate in an upcoming lecture. Among other topics, they are expected to discuss the importance of bipartisan discourse during divisive times.

Pop-up Lectures Contextualize the Roots of Antisemitism After Tree of Life

A 12-week pop-up lecture series at the University is teaching people about the rhetoric around religious hatred in the context of today’s global climate.

Pitt Law Librarian to Speak on How Families Can Navigate Mental Illness and Law

Pitt law librarian Linda Tashbook will speak about her new book, “Family Guide to Mental Illness and the Law,” at Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures at the Carnegie Library Lecture Hall in Oakland on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 6 p.m.