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Wednesday: Reflections of the Black Pitt Experience Through the Years

Register to attend Pitt’s K. Leroy Irvis Black History Month program, which will take place virtually at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 24.

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Live Transcripts Now Available in Zoom

As of Friday, Feb. 12, Zoom added a live transcript feature, as well as an audio transcript generation feature for recorded meetings and webinars.

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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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Pitt Commons Virtual Office Hours: Platform Overview

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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Find Success with SHRS: Virtual Information Session for Audiology and Sports Science

Join our Athletic Training (BS) faculty and Audiology (AuD) faculty for enhanced information sessions to discover how you can Find Success with SHRS.

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What Color Is Your Cathy?

A Cathedral of Learning-inspired coloring contest brightens wintry days and draws attention to Pitt Day of Giving on Tuesday, Feb. 23. University community members of all ages, including Falk School first-grader Cecilia, have already started entering, so grab your art supplies and join in.

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Pitt-Greensburg Moving to Guarded Risk Posture

The University of Pittsburgh’s Greensburg campus will move from the Elevated Risk Posture to the Guarded Risk Posture on Monday, Feb. 22, at 7:00 a.m.

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Vacation Accrual Cap Lift Extended Through June 2021

The Office of Human Resources continues to review the cap regularly; any future changes to or decisions made about the cap will be communicated widely.

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Writing Workshops to Inspire Older LGBTQIA+ Adults

A writing program hosted by the Center for Creativity aims to help the older Pittsburgh LGBTQIA+ community communicate through poetry and flash non-fiction.

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Find Success with SHRS: Health Information Management and Athletic Training

Join our Health Information Management (BS) faculty and our Athletic Training (BS) faculty for an enhanced information session to discover how you can Find Success with SHRS.

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Reminder: Student Self-Care Day is One Week From Today

Classes are canceled on Feb. 23 and instructors are encouraged to adjust deadlines to allow for student well-being. The University Center for Teaching and Learning and University Counseling Center recently shared tips on promoting student wellness.

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Now Accepting Honors Joint Degree Applications

The Honors Joint Degree application is now accessible to current Pitt students.

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2021 Student Satisfaction Survey for Undergrads

Randomly selected undergraduate students on the Pittsburgh Campus have been sent an email message with a unique link to the University’s official Student Satisfaction Survey. If you have received one of these messages, please take 10 minutes to complete your survey.

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FRIT Research Slam

Join us as FRIT faculty and grad students "slam" their research projects.

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Summer Sessions Registration Begins Today

Summer sessions allow you to catch up on needed credits, stay on track to graduate in four years, or get ahead of schedule.

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The Critical Research on Africa Series Allows you to Hear from African Studies Experts

The Critical Research on Africa Series offers a space for faculty and students to share their research projects on Africa and engage in critical discourse that improve understanding of the issues faced by the various countries in the continent and finding practical solutions.

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Pitt Cyber Discussion: Battling COVID-19 Mis- and Disinformation

On Feb. 16, Pitt Cyber will hold a conversation about how information can affect control of the pandemic. Disinformation and medical experts will speak at the event.

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Pitch a Unique Pitt-Related Story

Hollywood might be waiting for the Pitt or Pittsburgh story you want to tell. Find out by joining the PITTch initiative. Applications are due Monday, Feb. 15.

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Pitt Business Students Offer Free Online Tax Prep Help

Individuals with an annual income of $57,000 or less are eligible for the program, which will be offered online this season.

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Submit Your Big Ideas

Pitt students are invited to compete for a total of $100,000 in cash awards—with a $25,000 grand prize—based on taking their innovative ideas to market. Applications are due Feb. 19.