Pittsburgh Campus students — Pitt Make A Difference Day is your chance to participate in the largest day of service in our region. Register today!

Pitt Make A Difference Day Saturday, October 22nd 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM Register now! The PMADD registration deadline is 11:59 PM on October 9th —  or 5.000 registrants, whichever comes first! You can register with your Residence Hall Floor, Student Organization, or as an Individual.

Boren Awards provide up to $20,000 for US undergrads for international study in languages that are typically under-represented in study abroad. No previous language study required.

Boren Awards for International Study Information Session Friday, November 4th at 12:00 PM Noon Room 1228 Cathedral of Learning Boren Scholarships, an initiative of the National Security Education Program, provide unique funding opportunities for US undergraduate students to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests, and underrepresented in study abroad, including […]

The Humanities Center Media Fellowship is a paid position that offers an opportunity for an undergraduate student at the University of Pittsburgh to plan, produce, and promote media projects that bring humanities-related projects to a broader audience.

Humanities Center Media Fellowship  The Humanities Center Media Fellowship is a paid position that offers an opportunity for an undergraduate student at the University of Pittsburgh to plan, produce, and promote media projects that bring humanities-related projects to a broader audience. These projects will build on the success of the Year of Humanities podcasts, a […]

The Pitt Pantry is a free resource available to provide healthier food options to students who are experiencing food insecurity. Donations welcome!

The Pitt Pantry a PittServes commitment Bellefield Presbyterian Church (Fifth Avenue, next to Nordenberg Hall) Wednesdays: 5 PM to 8 PM Thursdays: 1 PM to 4 PM Fridays:  2 PM to 6 PM and by appointment with two days’ notice (email pantry@pitt.edu) PittServes is working to address students’ food insecurity by providing a free resource to increase students’ access […]

Following World War II, hundreds of thousands of Holocaust survivors filed reparation, restitution, and pension claims with West German state agencies. Hear Pitt alum Katharina Hering of the National Equal Justice Library discuss the ethical challenges of accessing such records.

University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences The Bernadette Callery Archives Lecture Series presents: Holocaust Documentation in Public Archives: Ethics of Access Katharina Hering (SIS ‘10G) Project Archivist, National Equal Justice Library, Georgetown Law Library, Washington D.C. Monday, September 26th 3:00 PM Alumni Hall, Connolly Ballroom Kosher catered reception to follow Following World War II, […]

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