Peer Tutoring Available for Summer Classes
Peer tutoring is available for summer classes starting today (Monday, May 14). All summer tutoring is provided through drop-in tutoring on the ground floor of Hillman Library, across from the Cup & Chaucer. Check out the schedule for courses and times offered at the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Studies website.
Media Literacy Class: How to Know and Understand Your News
Looking for a class for next fall? Take Media Literacy: Reading and Writing in the Digital World and join the world of tech boys, bots, twisted facts, fixed elections and the history of how the Internet threw a wrecking ball into traditional journalism and advertising. This is where news, fake news, Russian spies and social […]
Top Reasons to Choose a Future in Health Information Management
Check out these top four reasons to choose a future in Health Information Management (HIM): Your degree can prepare you to earn a good salary. Whether you have a bachelor’s or master’s degree, many graduates earn a competitive salary immediately upon graduating. Health care workers generally enjoy job security. A degree in health information prepares you to work in a […]
Visit Employers in NYC, Philly, DC and Chicago This Summer
Early this summer, attend employer site visits in New York City, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and Chicago. There are 15 site visits locations to choose from including the FBI, LinkedIn, Deloitte and more. Network with employers, learn more about a variety of industries and stand out as a job or internship candidate. Students must arrange transportation to […]
Subscribe to The Pitt News’ E-Newsletter
The Pitt News sends out a free weekly e-newsletters to people who subscribers, sharing headlines and photos that highlight daily campus events. Anyone who would like to join the newspaper’s mailing list can do so by visiting The Pitt News’ website. Scroll to the bottom of the homepage where you’ll see a spot to enter […]
Trends: Room and Board Costs Stay Steady
The University of Pittsburgh is pleased to announce that we are maintaining our housing and dining rates again for the 2018-19 school year. For the fourth time in five years, the University is not increasing dining rates for students. Additionally, over the past three years, there have been modest increases of less than one percent […]
2018 Women in Medicine and Science Forum: Nov. 27, 28
The annual Women in Medicine and Science event: celebrates and highlights the presence and accomplishments of women in medicine and science at the University; provides a venue for women to share strengths, talents and experience; and fosters an academic culture which supports the professional and personal development of women students, postdoctoral and clinical fellows and […]
Department of Africana Studies’ Fall 2018 Courses
Do you want to learn more about Africana Studies or African literature? If so, consider taking a course with Robin Brooks this fall 2018 semester. AFRCNA 0031: Introduction to Africana Studies Monday/Wednesday 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. AFRCNA 0522: Introduction to African Literature Monday/Wednesday 3-4:15 p.m. Questions? Email Robin Brooks. Sponsored by the Department of Africana Studies
We Need Your Photos for Graduation!
Are you a graduating senior with an eye for photography? Submit your photograph of Pitt’s campus for our 2018 commencement program—but hurry, the deadline is Friday! It’s easy: Go to http://pi.tt/pic Fill out the form Upload your photo
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Easy Marketing for Your Upcoming Student Organization Events
Are you part of a proactive SORC-registered student organization on campus that has been busy planning great events this semester? Upload them into the Student Government Board-sponsored Student Events Calendar today! By submitting your events to the Student Events Calendar, you are making information about them accessible to our whole campus. This is an excellent […]