Register for Virtual Discussion Series: Racialized Police Violence in Global Perspective—Wednesdays in July
This discussion series provides students with an opportunity to think about the most recent wave of brutal police violence in the United States in a global perspective. Participants will do up to an hour of reading, viewing or listening in advance of each conversation; there will be no structured presentations. The goal is for students […]
Learn More About Our Plans for Being Safe on Campus
The University of Pittsburgh is reinventing our operations to keep the Pitt community as safe and healthy as possible while maximizing our ability to build a better future for humankind. Stay up to date on the latest plans and details at
Tutoring Available for 6-Week 2 Session
Tutoring for classes in the 6-week 2 summer session is now open! Read for details.
Fall 2020 Course: Music and Race: Afrofuturism
Music and Race: Afrofuturism Instructor: Nicole Mitchell Gantt Tuesday/Thursday: 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Afrofuturism is a Black multi-media art movement that places people of the African diaspora at the center of future imaginings. Through music, film, science fiction and visual art, Afrofuturist artists design alternative worlds embedded with African folklore, fantasy and ancestral wisdom […]
First Step: Mechanics of Starting A Small 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. Two options: Friday, July 10, 7:30 a.m. via Zoom or Tuesday, July […]
Share Your Creativity in the Art of Diversity Showcase, Deadline July 6
In partnership with the Center for Creativity, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion invites you to participate in The Art of Diversity Showcase. The arts are more crucial than ever in these times as they provide a cathartic and thought-provoking outlet for self-expression. We welcome all to share creative works, of any kind, that evoke […]
Holes in the Safety Net: The Forgotten Needs of People with Disabilities Under Quarantine
All are welcome to join us for this installment of our of town hall series—This Is Not “Normal”: Allyship and Advocacy in the Age of COVID-19—that focuses on the diverse facets of our lives and communities impacted by institutional and systemic inequities and injustices, and further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Wednesday, June 24 | […]
Develop your Technical Skills and Create Life-Saving Processes
Health Information Management (HIM) professionals use technology to connect clinicians and patients in both small and big ways. These touchpoints can ultimately result in life-saving measures. If you’re interested in improving patient care and outcomes, learn how you can begin your career in Health Information Management and become a valuable member of the health care […]
Take French: A Global Language
From Quebec to Tahiti, from Dakar to Geneva, from Casablanca to Paris, from Martinique to Madagascar—the French language program will transport you around the globe. Fourth-semester French (FR0104) carries general education global credit. Prefer a French course taught in English for general education credit? Then try “French Kiss,” “History of French Film,” “Modern French Novel,” “Kings and Queens,” “Paris,” […]
Digital Stewardship Lab LiveStream: Photo Colorization
Join us for an informal hour of photo colorization. During this hour-long demo, we will use Photoshop to colorize old black and white photographs. Date: Friday, June 19, 2020 Time: 11:00 a.m.-noon Learn more