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Research Standards and Guidelines Posted

New operational guidance for research is now available to offer Pitt researchers a proactive, flexible and resilient framework to enable research work across each of the University's operational postures.

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Submit your Research, Scholarly Articles, Visual Art or Creative Writing to Forbes & Fifth

Forbes & Fifth, a student-led journal of Dietrich School undergraduates, is seeking submissions of research, scholarly articles, visual art and creative writing for the Fall 2020 issue. 

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Pitt Seniors: Get $5,000 Student Loan Debt Relief

Seniors who intend to graduate in 2021 and received federal student loans to fund their senior year can apply to Panthers Forward until Sunday, Sept. 20. 

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Introduction to Glitch Art

This online workshop will cover some of the various tools and techniques associated with the creation of glitch art.

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Digital Stewardship Live Stream: Photo Restoration in Photoshop Part One

Join us for an informal hour of photo restoration.

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Learn More About the MS in Sports Science at Pitt SHRS

Join us for "Applied Sports Science: Practical Insights from the Pitt Men’s Soccer Program" to hear from Pitt’s leaders of sports science and discover how the field is changing athletics today and tomorrow. 

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Tutoring and Academic Coaching Appointments Begin Today

Peer tutoring and academic coaching appointments are now available to all Dietrich School students.

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Insights from a Fortune 200 Sustainability Expert

Learn how Mike Corcoran, manager of environmental compliance at PPG, oversees the implementation of PPG’s environmental sustainability programs.

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Big Idea Center Goes Virtual

If you have an idea for a new product, service or social enterprise, or simply want to plug back into Pitt's entrepreneurial ecosystem, come to our Virtual Big Idea Kickoff.

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Sign Up for Paid Participation in Economics Experiments

Researchers at University of Pittsburgh Experimental Economics Laboratory are conducting studies about individual decision making. Students are being invited to participate and will be paid for their participation.

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Explore Part-Time Sales and Graphic Design Positions With The Pitt News

Our business division is currently searching for new team members to take on account executive, inside sales representative and graphic designer roles. 

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Register for Free for AASHE's Global Sustainability Conference

Hosted by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, this year’s conference theme is “Mobilizing for a Just Transition,” ensuring a focus on justice and ensuring no one is left behind in this transformation we are all a part of.

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New Standards and Guidelines Posted

 University Standards and Guidelines concerning students, meetings, conferences, events and guests are all posted online. 

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Childcare Webinar

Learn about finding high-quality childcare, including how to choose and pay for the service as well as new protocols in place and tools to help research options at a webinar to be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1. Attendance is free, but registration is required.

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Publishing With IEEE Webinar

This webinar on Sept. 16 focuses on how to publish a technical paper with Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

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Book Club: 'Born a Crime' by Trevor Noah

Join the African Studies Program for an engaging discussion of "Born a Crime" by Trevor Noah.

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Q&A Medical Student Panel for Minority Premedical Students

The University of Pittsburgh’s Premedical Organization for Minority Students is inviting medical students from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine’s Student National Medical Association chapter to answer any questions that any minority premedical students may have.

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Selected Classes to Meet in Person

While it was announced this week that classes on the Pittsburgh campus will remain online until at least Sept. 14, a small number will meet in person in order to comply with accreditation requirements or provide necessary hands-on experiences that necessitate access to specific materials, space or technology.

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Schedule Adjustment: Remote Learning Extended Until Sept. 14 on Pittsburgh Campus

This adjustment to the academic calendar will allow for all on-campus students to arrive and shelter in place, and therefore all begin in-person classes at the same time.

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Expired Pitt IDs May Impact PittCat

Patrons with expired Pitt ID cards are seeing some impact within the new PittCat, and may get notices that due dates of their items may have changed.