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Annual Staff Performance Appraisal Program Begins

The deadline for the annual staff performance appraisal program is June 30, 2021. All areas across the University are required to conduct a performance appraisal with each employee.

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Vaccine Eligibility to Expand Tomorrow

Starting Tuesday, April 13, all Pennsylvanians ages 16 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Resources to help members of the Pitt community get vaccinated as soon as possible are available.

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Join the Tradition: Sing ‘Sweet Caroline’ Together

Record a brief clip of you and your Pitt friends singing “Sweet Caroline” and submit it for inclusion in the Class of 2021 commencement ceremonies.

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Pitt-Bradford Arts to Host ‘Foodraiser’

Staff from Pitt-Bradford Arts have coordinated with area businesses to gather food at several locations in the city, as well as from 9 a.m. to noon on April 24 at Blaisdell Hall with a no-contact, drive-by drop off.

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Show Your Support for Survivors of Sexual Assault

Pitt’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Office is collecting messages to create an online wall of support for survivors—share yours today.

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Undergrads, Vote in the Public Art Competition by April 13

The winner will have their art installed in Posvar Hall, David Lawrence Hall or Hillman Library. See the three finalists and vote for your favorite.

Preserving Democracy: Bridging the Divide Between Rural and Urban America

On April 15 at 7 p.m., watch an interview with Jen Giovannetti, president of the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation, in the next installment of the Preserving Democracy web series, sponsored by the Institute of Politics and the Dick Thornburgh Forum for Law and Public Policy.

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Class of 2021 Career Week is April 13-16

Undergraduate and graduate students graduating this semester are invited to virtual workshops to help prepare for life after Pitt. See the lineup.

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Pitt Commons Virtual Office Hours: Group Data Analytics and What It All Means

Join us for training sessions to discover the rich opportunities available on this web-based hub for mentoring, networking and connecting with the University of Pittsburgh community.

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A Conversation With Former President of World Bank Robert B. Zoellick

On April 7 at 7 p.m., Chancellor Emeritus Mark A. Nordenberg will hold a live-streamed conversation with Robert B. Zoellick as a part of The American Experience Distinguished Speaker Series.

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‘Picture a Scientist’ Documentary Discussion on April 8

Attend a panel discussion about a documentary depicting the struggles women face in STEM fields, sponsored by the University Senate Research Committee on April 8 at 2 p.m.

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University Senate to Discuss Anti-Racism and Equity in Spring Plenary

The University Senate will hold its Spring Plenary on April 7 from noon until 2:30 p.m. Join to learn about progress at Pitt against the effects of systemic racism and toward equality.

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Start your Story of Success by Studying Health Information Management Today

Apply now to earn your Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management where students enjoy a 100% employment rate.

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Volunteers for Paid, Remote Research Study

Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh’s FACETLab are conducting a paid and remote research study using Zoom. They are seeking student volunteers to participate.

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Find Success with SHRS: Prosthetics and Orthotics

Join our Prosthetics & Orthotics (MS) faculty for an enhanced information session to discover how you can Find Success with SHRS.

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April Is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

The Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion will hold events throughout the month for faculty, staff and students to engage the Pitt community in education and dialogue aimed at eradicating sexual violence. See all the events.

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Exhibit: Plant Cyborgs and Biohackers

Looking for an escape from pandemic-induced monotony? Explore Pitt’s digital art-science exhibition, “Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology,” featuring a “first-person eater game” and an attempt to fuse yeast cells with human cells, among other curious works of art.

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ACC Network Now Available in Campus Residence Halls

Saturday’s softball game between Pitt and Syracuse will be the first ACC Network contest available in Pittsburgh campus residence halls.

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2021-2022 Academic Calendar Now Available

The interactive academic calendar allows for users to add events from the academic calendar to personal calendars or subscribe to feeds, and will be updated if any changes are made.

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Submit to the LGBTQIA+ Creative Works Showcase and Zine

All members of the Pitt community and beyond are invited to submit creative works of any kind relevant to aspects of their identity as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.