Events

Tue
Mar
20

Pitt alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents and friends are invited to attend this event as an opportunity to influence state lawmakers by telling their University of Pittsburgh story at Pitt Day in Harrisburg.
 

(All day)
Fri
Mar
23

Peter Ubel from Duke University will give the Ira R. Messer Lecture at the day long Center for Bioethics & Health Law conference titled, "Dealing With Drugs: Ethical, Legal and Policy Issues — From the Opioid Epidemic to Budget-Busting Blockbuster Drugs". 

8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Fri
Mar
23

University Center for Social & Urban Research is sponsoring a Brown Bag Lecture featuring Ty Redden, PhD. 

12:00 pm to 1:15 pm
Fri
Mar
23

Poetry writers' Doug Van Gundy and Marc Harshman will examine the charge of the poet to bear witness to and document the various ways in which the landscape of our nation is under threat. 

3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Sun
Mar
25

The Riversong String Ensemble is a group of lighthearted and talented musicians who originally formed as part of the Pittsburgh Mandolin Society.

3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Mon
Mar
26

S.A.F.E is a crime-victim prevention and awareness program sponsored by the National Self-Defense Institute, Inc. Through this program, Pitt Police will teach a variety of self-defense tactics and options to use if you are confronted by an attacker. Classes are open to all Pitt students, staff and faculty. 

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Wed
Mar
28

This conference will focus on the central role of the family as a fundamental building block of society.  Keynote speakers will be Drs. Debi Gilboa (parenting and youth development expert) and the University of Texas, San Antonio, Sonja Lanehart. 

(All day)
Wed
Mar
28

S.A.F.E is a crime-victim prevention and awareness program sponsored by the National Self-Defense Institute, Inc. Through this program, Pitt Police will teach a variety of self-defense tactics and options to use if you are confronted by an attacker. Classes are open to all Pitt students, staff and faculty. 

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Wed
Mar
28

Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, the Humanities Center, the English Department, and the Global Studies Program will host guest lecturer, Philip Metres, Professor of English and Director of the Peace, Justice, and Human Rights Program at John Carroll University in Cleveland. 

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Thu
Mar
29

The celebration of the 10th Annual Randall Family Big Idea Competition is comprised of the brightest and most innovative Pitt students. See their big ideas during the showcase and at the ceremony see which students will be awarded a total of $100,000 in prizes.

4:00 pm
Sat
Mar
31

Heinz Memorial Chapel will be having a Good Friday Service on March 31at 12 Noon.

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Fri
Apr
06

In this session, Rachel Hall will consider how letters--real and fictitious--can provide tension and conflict, setting and situation, character and voice, and explore how they can be used to shape short stories.

3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Sun
Apr
08

In their third appearance at the Chapel for the 2017-2018 season, the ensemble will demonstrate their range and versatility in a concert titled "Broadway, Pop, Jazz and More

3:00 pm
Thu
Apr
12

S.A.F.E is a crime-victim prevention and awareness program sponsored by the National Self-Defense Institute, Inc. Through this program, Pitt Police will teach a variety of self-defense tactics and options to use if you are confronted by an attacker. Classes are open to all Pitt students, staff and faculty. 

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Thu
Apr
19

David Grinnell, the University Library System (ULS) Reference and Access Archivist will give a fascinating presentation titled, "Conflict and Compromise: The Correspondence Between Pittsburgh Steel Titans Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick". 

6:30 pm to 8:30 pm