Announcements

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Register for Community Engaged Scholarship Forum

Pitt students, faculty and staff and the wider public interested in working to strengthen the community through engagement are invited to take part in the free forum on March 2.

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Shelter in Place Lifted on Regional Campuses

The COVID-19 Medical Response Office announced that the campus-wide shelter-in-place period on the University’s Bradford, Greensburg, Johnstown and Titusville regional campuses ended at 12:01 a.m. on Feb. 11. All campuses, including Pittsburgh, remain in Elevated Risk Posture.

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Find Success with SHRS: Speech-Language Pathology, Nutrition Science and Communication Science

Join our Speech-Language Pathology (MA/MS) faculty, Nutrition Science (BS) faculty, and Communication Science (BA) faculty for enhanced information sessions to discover how you can find success with SHRS.

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Calling all Changemakers: Connect with Activists and Advocates on March 11

Take advantage of this amazing opportunity to network and share your priorities with regional advocates, activists, leaders and changemakers.

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Launch a Health Care Career with Great Hiring—and Earning—Potential

Apply now to a health care major that leads to a career that’s never had greater potential.

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Humanities Center Fellowships Deadline Approaches

Members of Pitt faculty and graduate student communities are invited to submit applications to the University’s Humanities Center for three 2021-22 fellowship opportunities.

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Assessment and Teaching Conference Set for Feb. 12

Sessions on topics such as academic integrity and mid-course assessments are part of the day-long virtual event.

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Senior Capstone Colloquium: Reading Bodies in German Culture

On Intergenerational Queer Kinship and the Frail Body of August von Platen, this talk explores engaging with Platen’s queer life through his diaries.

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Faculty Diversity Workshop: The Undercommons and German Studies

What do we do with the increasing sense of estrangement and disillusion some of us feel with academic structures?

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Celebrating Love Data Week

Join the University of Pittsburgh Library System Digital Scholarship Services and the Health Sciences Library System, along with Carnegie Mellon University Libraries for Love Data Week 2021, Feb. 8-12. 

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Black History Trivia Night

Please join the University of Pittsburgh Department of Medicine Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and the University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library System as we host Black History Trivia Night on Thursday, Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. 

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2021 Student Satisfaction Survey for Undergrads Launches Today

Randomly selected students on the Pittsburgh Campus will receive an email message with a unique link to the University’s official Student Satisfaction Survey. Please take 10 minutes to complete your survey.

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Registration Is Open for the Mentoring and Advising Summit

This year’s summit, focused on inclusive excellence in mentoring and advising, will take place virtually on March 11.

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Call for Proposals for Open Education Resources Project Funding

The funding from the Office of the Provost is for faculty to adapt, adopt and/or create open education resources for an existing course. Proposals are due March 11, 2021.

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Cast Your Vote in The Pitt News 2020-21 Best Of Ballot

The Pitt News wants to know what your favorite things on campus are.

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Find Success with SHRS: Emergency Medicine and Sports Medicine

Join our Emergency Medicine (BS) and Sports Medicine (MS) faculty for enhanced information sessions to discover how you can Find Success with SHRS.

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Participants Needed for an Online Research Study

Pitt’s FacetLab is looking for volunteers to participate in a paid research study.

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Are You Ready for the Truth about PA's 2020 Presidential Election? Virtual Event

Join the Institute of Politics on Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. as David Thornburgh, President and CEO of The Committee of Seventy, discusses the issues surrounding an election that has been relentlessly attacked as fraudulent by some but that most have concluded was free and fair.

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Save the Date for Pitt Day of Giving: Tuesday, Feb. 23

The fifth annual Pitt Day of Giving will be held Tuesday, Feb. 23. Gifts from Pitt alumni, faculty, staff, friends and families will help Pitt schools, programs and student organizations rise to the top of the leaderboards and win challenge funds.

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Professional Development Winter Series: Self-Coaching During COVID-19

A new professional development series from the Office of Human Resources will provide self-coaching tips and creative ideas to help with the challenges and changes presented by the pandemic.