Get Out the Vote for Your Favorite Randall Big Idea Team
The Best Video Award round for the Randall Family Big Idea Competition is now open. View all of the teams’ videos or find your favorite. The team with the most votes wins the $2,000 award! Click the link to view the student videos and vote. You have until Friday, March 23, at 11:59 p.m. to cast […]
Agent-Based Modeling Workshop: April 6
Interested in using agent-based modeling (ABM) in your research? Learn more at our workshop! Modeling Anarchy, Governance & Technological Problems Using Agent Based Modeling is a workshop that will allow for students to experience and understand agent-based modeling (ABM) as a method beyond research that leverages the approaches of quantitative and qualitative methods of inquiry. Students will […]
Critical Research on Africa Lecture: March 19
Join the African Studies and Global Studies programs for a lecture titled “China-Africa Railway Crossings: Building the TAZARA Railway” on Monday, March 19, at 4 p.m. in 3703 Wesley W. Posvar Hall. Guest speaker Dr. Jamie Monson, professor of history and director of the African Studies Center at Michigan State University, will discuss the Tazara railway, a development project built […]
TODAY: STATS in Action Presents Sam Ventura from the Pittsburgh Penguins
The Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Statistics presents Sam Ventura, director of hockey research for the Pittsburgh Penguins, on Friday, March 16, from 2-3 p.m. in 232 Cathedral of Learning. As part of STATS in Action, Ventura will speak on the “Hierarchical Models for Player Evaluation in Team Sports.” Prior to […]
Get a Great Job as a Tutor!
The Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences is seeking peer tutors to provide individual and small group tutoring sessions in physics, chemistry, biology and more. Peer tutors work 5-10 hours per week and earn $10 an hour. Visit the Arts and Sciences peer tutor website for more information.
What’s Inside: Pitt Med Spring 2018
Pitt’s Rory Cooper and his team at Human Engineering Research Laboratories are inventing for an inclusive world. All this and more in the Spring Pitt Med: Chemist Alex Deiters was bored with the 20 amino acids that make up most of life, so he’s created a few others. Art Levine on the greatest wonder of the world. […]
Thursday: Keisha N. Blain Book Launch and Symposium
Please join the Department of History and the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program for the launch of Keisha N. Blain’s new book “Set the World on Fire: Black Nationalist Women and the Global Struggle for Freedom” on Thursday, March 15,  from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in 501 Cathedral of Learning. Blain is assistant professor in […]
Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Family and Healthy U: March 28
Registration for the Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Family and Healthy U is now open. This conference is part of the Provost’s Year of Healthy U initiative and will focus on the central role of the family as a fundamental building block of society. The Year of Healthy U and this conference represent a unique opportunity to […]
Health Information Professionals Week: March 19-23
Learn more about the health information management programs at Pitt School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences during Health Information Professionals Week (March 19-23). Events include a meet and greet with snacks on Wednesday, March 21, from 5 to 6 p.m. at Forbes Tower. On Thursday, March 22, students can find out more about HIM careers at the table in the towers between 8 […]
10th Annual Randall Family Big Idea Celebration: March 29
On Thursday, March 29 at 4 p.m., the winners of the Randall Family Big Idea Competition will be announced in the Charity Randall Theatre and you are invited to celebrate their achievements with us. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the teams and see their big ideas. Come celebrate with us as we give a […]