Students: Have You Shared Your Input on the University’s Marks and Colors?
Before we move from spring to summer, the Office of University Communications (OUC) wants to get your input on the University’s institutional marks and colors. Please complete this online survey to share your opinions. In addition to gathering campus input, OUC is also researching best practices and plans to share clear standards on University marks and colors as well […]
Summer Course About Social Issues Begins May 14
Why are some issues deemed social problems while others are not? What leads to something being labeled a social problem? And what are the consequences? Register now for Soc 007: Social Problems, a course that will draw on sociological skills and perspectives to explore these questions while empowering students to work towards creative interventions and solutions […]
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Graduating? Take The Pitt News with you by subscribing to the digital newsletter.  To make your life easier, we’d like to bring the week’s news to your inbox. By signing up, you’ll receive a free, weekly e-newsletter from The Pitt News, with all the week’s most important headlines. No spam, no strings, no stress. For more […]
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Scholarships Abroad: Online FAQs With Pitt Students Around the World
  Want to study, research or teach around the world — all paid for? Learn about Fulbright Scholarships from students who are currently abroad. Join these interactive web FAQ sessions from anywhere. Get helpful insights about the scholarships, application process and experience. Fulbright Fridays: April 26, 10 a.m. – Tiffani, teaching English in Jordan May […]
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Let’s Talk Sports & Human Performance Innovation: May 14
The University of Pittsburgh is becoming a global leader in human performance innovation. Pitt possesses a unique combination of attributes that positions the university to develop technologies that can give athletes a competitive edge, while also pursuing applications for the general population. Join us as we see demonstrations of two projects that involve collaborations between […]
Year of Pitt Global Showcase: April 24
It’s time to celebrate the success of the Year of Pitt Global – and your presence is requested. Please join us for the Year of Pitt Global Showcase on Wed., April 24, from 4 to 5:45 p.m., on the first floor of Posvar Hall. The Showcase offers the University community and general public an overview of […]
Politics and Media Survey
The Department of Psychology in Education in the School of Education is seeking Pitt students over the age of 18 to participate in a brief (approximately 10 minute), anonymous survey on politics and media. The purpose of this research is to look at the relationship between news sources (e.g. news websites, social media apps, etc.), […]
Exciting Fall Course: Studio in African American Poetry and Poetics
Do you love poetry? Exciting live events? Creating across boundaries? Meeting acclaimed authors? Exploring a range of perspectives and creative practices in African American poetry today? Sign up for the Studio in African American Poetry and Poetics, a course in interdisciplinary creating, running Fall 2019 and cross-listed ENGWRT 1245 and AFRCNA 1245. In this class, taught […]
Final Round: Pitt News Student Organization Bracket
Today, the final two student organizations are competing to win the title of “Best Student Org at Pitt.” Along with the title and bragging rights, the winning organization will win a $300 Hello Bistro gift card. Cast your vote to support your favorite student organization on the Pitt News website. Hurry- voting closes Sunday night […]
Not Just Another PARK(ing) Space! PARK(ing) Day 2019
This fall will mark the University’s third participation in PARK(ing) Day, an annual international event that encourages people to re-imagine parking spaces, transforming them into small parks, art studios, performance spaces or other community-building sites. Annually, between 20-25 Pitt departments, centers, and student organizations participate in the day’s event, co-sponsored by the Center for Creativity and […]