PEERS® for Young Adults Certification Training Seminar: July 16-18
This three-day training seminar in the implementation of PEERS® for Young Adults: Social Skills Training for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder & Other Social Challenges is designed for mental health professionals, educators, researchers and other medical professionals who work with transitional age youth and young adults with autism spectrum disorders. PEERS® is an evidence-based program […]
IISE 2019 Symposium Series: June 20
At these globally-oriented presentations, our international visiting scholars from Pakistan and China will talk about how crises are managed in schools in Pakistan, the admission selection index system and the hot topics in Chinese higher education research. Come join the conversation. The event is co-sponsored by the Institute for International Studies in Education, Asian Studies […]
Research Lecture: Fueling America’s Energy Future: June 13
The Swanson School of Engineering is hosting its energy research lecture by Brian J. Anderson, director of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL). Anderson also manages the complete NETL complex, including delivery and execution of the Laboratory’s mission, and national programs in fossil energy. He is a recipient of the […]
Memorial Tribute for Dr. Karl Lewis, Founder of IMPACT at Pitt: June 21
Karl Lewis was associate professor emeritus of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Pittsburgh; in 1969, Lewis founded the Pitt Engineering IMPACT Program to recruit, retain and successfully graduate black and other underrepresented engineers. Part of  the Swanson School’s IMPACT 50 Summit, this memorial service will celebrate the life of Dr. Lewis and the […]
History’s Marcus Rediker’s Film Part of a 3-day Event: June 13-15
The 25th Annual Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture comes to the University of Pittsburgh June 13-15, and will include three events that are open to the public. The first event is a screening of the movie Ghosts of Amistad: In the Footsteps of the Rebels” with Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts […]
Enroll in Travels in the Novel
Do you like to travel? Do you have a lively imagination? Then this fall 2019 literature course–about fictional travels–is for you! Visit exotic, supernatural and suspenseful locations you’ve never been before via course readings. Find out how integral travel writing (real and imaginary) has been to the development of prose fiction around the world. For […]
A Conversation With the Vice Commander of Air Force Space Command: June 14
Vice Commander of Air Force Space Command, Lieutenant General David Thompson, will come to Pitt on June 14 to discuss space as a warfighting domain, Air Force stewardship of space and partnerships in the space domain. For more information and to RSVP, visit the event page on the Pitt Cyber website. A  Conversation With Lieutenant General […]
Open Forums Scheduled for Health Sciences Senior Vice Chancellor, Med School Dean Search
The search has begun for the next senior vice chancellor for health sciences and John and Gertrude Petersen Dean of the School of Medicine. The search committee will hold a series of open forums so that members of the University community can share input about this role. All members of the Pitt community are invited […]
Last Chance for Funding for Your Pitt Research
Is your lab or department working on an innovation with commercial potential? Are you looking for funding to help advance your research towards commercialization? The Pitt Ventures Student Challenge requires students to develop a business model and investor pitch for a faculty member’s innovation, while simultaneously giving them these benefits: Students pursue their entrepreneurial interests & […]
Philippine Nationality Room Dedication: June 9
After more than 10 years of planning, fund-raising and construction, the 31st Nationality Room in the Cathedral of Learning on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh, will be formally dedicated. The room, set in the style of the Filipino “Bahay na Bato” (House of Stone),was designed by architect Warren Bulseco and Manila-based architect Melinda […]