Open Forums: Socially Responsible Investing
To gather opinions on the socially responsible investment strategies that may be suitable for consideration for the University’s endowment portfolio, the Socially Responsible Investing committee will host two open forums on Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., and Monday, Nov. 19, from noon to 1:30 p.m. Both forums will be held in the […]
Let’s Talk Africa: Internship Round Table: Nov. 15
The National Museum of African American History and Culture is hosting a student roundtable for those who would like to learn more about their Robert Frederick Smith Internship Program. The summer program will provide well-paid, full-time internships for 12 weeks with projects in DC, Pittsburgh, and other locations around the country. This information session on the […]
Gain Real-World Experience at Home and Abroad This Summer
Pitt Study Abroad offers dozens of programs this summer that help you put your academics into action with hands-on experiences across the globe. Find a guaranteed internship in more than a dozen countries; contribute to on-going, community-driven service-learning projects; or conduct research in a variety of disciplines. Get started by visiting Pitt Study Abroad website to […]
Service Trip to Honduras in May With Global Brigades
Global Brigades is an international nonprofit that empowers international communities to resolve global health and economic disparities. During the service trip, university students will collaborate with Global Brigades to prepare for short-term projects with long lasting impacts in a partner community. Pitt Global Brigades would like to send public health, medical and water brigades to a […]
Fireside Chat With TIAA CEO: Nov. 13
All Pitt students with an interest in business and investment planning are invited to a special Fireside Chat with TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson at the University Club. With more than $1 trillion in assets under management, TIAA is a Fortune 100 financial services organization that is the leading provider of financial services in the academic, research, medical, […]
Global Entrepreneurship Week: Nov. 9-16
During one week each November, thousands of events and competitions in 170 countries inspire millions to engage in entrepreneurial activity while connecting them to potential collaborators, mentors and even investors. At the University of Pittsburgh, Global Entrepreneurship Week is hosted in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University. All events are free and open to students, alumni […]
Tomorrow: PalPittations’ A Cappella Benefit Concert
PalPittations (Pitt’s graduate health sciences a cappella group) is proud to present BirmingJAM, an a cappella benefit concert for Birmingham Free Clinic and Women’s Center Clinic, which will provide free healthcare services to underserved populations with the goal of providing access to quality and compassionate care for all. Tickets: Pre-Sale $5 via Venmo to @Hannah-Apfelbaum (include […]
Friday: City to Host Stronger Than Hate Event at Point State Park
  Join Mayor William Peduto and the City of Pittsburgh for Stronger Than Hate: A Gathering of Compassion, Unity, & Love, a public event taking place this Friday, Nov. 9, at Point State Park fountain to honor victims of the Tree of Life shooting, and to call for peace and unity among all. The noon […]
An Education in Diaspora: Nov 14
In “Oktyabr (October)” (1993) and “Rostov-Luanda” (1998), the Mauritanian film director Abderrahmane Sissako shines a light on the experiences of African students in the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Sissako, like many young Africans at the time, studied in the Soviet Union in the 1980s on a “Socialist Friendship” scholarship, making these two very […]
Get a Great Job As a Tutor
The Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences is looking for academically successful (GPA 3.0 or better) students to serve as peer tutors in physics, biology and chemistry. Applications will continue to be accepted until all positions are filled. Visit the Arts and Sciences peer tutor website for more information to apply.