Apply For A Summer Internship With The Pitt News!
Have you been spending your time searching for your next summer internship or job? Look no further! The business division of The Pitt News is currently seeking to expand our team and hire Account Executives and Graphic Designers for the summer of 2020. Think you might be interested? Email our incoming Business Manager at […]
Win Cash and Get Entrepreneurial Experience
The Kuzneski Innovation Cup allows you to pursue your entrepreneurial interests, build your resume and potentially participate in a future Pitt startup. You don’t even need your own idea to apply, just the interest in learning how how to advance an innovative idea or discovery towards the market. New to the competition this year, we […]
Take French, a Global Language
Forbes wrote: “The data suggests that [the] French language just might be the language of the future. … The latest projection is that French will be spoken by 750 million people by 2050.” French is spoken on every continent: Think Quebec, the Congo, Belgium, French Guiana, Tahiti and Haiti. Take French at Pitt and go […]
Sexual Assault Awareness Month at Pitt
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). While we are not able to gather in person this April, we can still support the survivors on campus and in our lives and we can still educate ourselves. The SAAM committee will offer webinars regarding supporting survivors, identifying and responding to problematic behavior and bystander intervention. An […]
French Kiss: Fall Course
From kissing to romantic escapades, from Paris to the Riviera, from Tahiti to Marrakesh, France and the Francophone world have a highly recognizable profile in matters of sexuality and love. Sexual behavior is always culturally inflected, and it evolves through time in its creation of emotions, attachments, families and institutions. In this class, we will […]
Can Your Creativity Affect Public Health?
Create an earworm to remind people of prevention strategies. Make a meme to encourage hand washing or social distancing. Design a new communication tool to educate others on virus transmission, or something to help your community adapt to and connect across a changed academic and social landscape. From posters raising awareness of safer sex practices […]
New to Distance Learning? Study Lab Can Help!
Study Lab On Demand provides online modules to help you succeed in a new learning environment. The modules are free and available to any Pitt student. Check out the online modules today! Study Lab also continues to offer one-on-one peer tutoring and academic coaching sessions to Dietrich School undergraduates. All appointments are held in a […]
First Step: Mechanics of Starting A Small Business Webinar
Tuesday, April 14, 6 p.m. via Skype For Business. Thinking of starting a small business? Begin exploring the size of your market and what marketing tools you’ll need to attract customers, learn about business structures, access helpful resources, learn about available funding options and understand what you need to formally establish your business. A no-cost business […]
New Fall Course on Fashion: Euro Chic, The Invention of Fashion
Since the Renaissance, Italy and France have occupied a fundamental role in the establishment and development of fashion as a creative and commercial enterprise deeply rooted in cultural mores. The course addresses the historical shifts in the cultural understanding of gender roles, class belonging, consumption habits and expectations, the international circulation of craftmanship and celebrities, […]
Virtual Workshop: Getting Going with Pandas in Python
In this workshop, attendees will work at their own pace to learn basic data science tasks in Pandas. Pandas is a fantastic Python package which provides data structures and analysis tools for data science tasks. The workshop will cover the data structures, selection, mapping functions, reductions, statistics, input/output, pivot tables, grouping and time-series data. Prerequisite: […]