Tell Us How You Get to Pitt
How do you get to Pitt on a daily basis? Regional and Pitt decision-makers want to know — Help by taking the Make My Trip Count regional transportation survey.    What is Make My Trip Count? Make My Trip Count (MMTC) is a triennial regional transportation survey designed to understand how people in the Pittsburgh region […]
New Healthy U Back Video Series from Pitt Physical Therapy
Are you slouching as you read this on your computer, tablet or smart phone?    In Pitt Physical Therapy’s new “Healthy U” Back video series, our doctor of physical therapy students and special guest ROC the panther share a few simple tips to maintain healthy posture, stay moving throughout the day and keep a pain-free back.    […]
Friday, Sept. 21: 2nd Annual Pitt PARK(ing) Day
Every September, citizens, artists and activists around the world turn metered parking spots into “PARK(ing)” spaces — temporary parklets, creative interventions and social spaces — for one day, raising awareness about the importance of a livable city and helping us to rethink how our streets can be used.Last year, the Center for Creativity and the Department of Parking, […]
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Upcoming Year of PittGlobal Events: Sept. 27 and 28
In the Year of PittGlobal, we celebrate Pitt being at home in the world and promote the University as a global convening point. Help us to celebrate with the following September events featuring Pitt’s ties with local and global communities. Both events are free and open to the public. Civil Society, Transnational Networks and Global Change Thursday, Sept. […]
Conduct Research in NYC or London Workshops
Attend an Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (OUR) workshop to find out how you can conduct an undergraduate research project in New York City over spring break or in London, England, in May 2019. Choose a workshop date that is best for you: Tuesday, Sept. 25, 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26, 5-7 p.m. Both workshops will be held in […]
Thursday, Sept. 20: Veterans Affinity Group Informational Luncheon
On Thursday, Sept. 20, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., join TIAA and the Office of Human Resources for a Veterans’ Informational Luncheon featuring keynote speaker Charlie J. O’Connor, retired Air Force Colonel and senior executive at TIAA, as he shares how veterans can influence results through core values, shared mission and teamwork. The event takes place in the […]
Hundreds of Study Abroad Programs, Courses Available
There are hundreds of courses for your majors and minors (even bio, chem and more!) through Pitt Study Abroad. Looking to study abroad this year and need specific courses for your majors and minors? Don’t forget about the Pitt Exchanges and Pitt-Recognized Programs. Exchange programs open up an entire university’s courses to you, making it easy to find the […]
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Celebrate the 2nd Annual Pitt PARK(ing) Day
Every September, citizens, artists and activists around the world turn metered parking spots into “PARK(ing)” spaces — temporary parklets, creative interventions and social spaces — for one day, raising awareness about the importance of a livable city and helping us to re-think how our streets can be utilized. Last year, the Center for Creativity and Department of Parking, Transportation, and […]
Nominations for Beinecke Scholarship Open
The Beinecke Scholarship provides funding to juniors planning to do graduate work in the arts, humanities and social sciences. Outstanding juniors who demonstrate need-based financial aid can earn $34,000 toward their studies. Demonstration of financial need is required. Pitt can nominate one student per year, and 14 Beinecke Scholarships are awarded nationally per year. Visit the Beinecke […]
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Fall Career + Internship Fair: Sept. 20, 21, 25
            The Fall Career + Internship Fair will be on Sept. 20, 21 and 25 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in the William Pitt Union. Thursday, Sept. 20: Computing and Information Day Friday, Sept. 21: Engineering Day Tuesday, Sept. 25: Liberal Arts, Sciences, and Business Day On each day of the […]