Events

Fri
Nov
17

All Pitt Graduate and Professional students are invited to join the Graduate and Professional Student Government for a Old Hollywood themed evening of entertainment, dancing, drinks and hors d'oevres. 

7:30 pm to 12:00 am
Fri
Nov
17

Join Francesca Savoia as she reads from her recent book of Italian poetry, "L'avvenire avvenuto". Her scholarly work is in seventeenth, eighteenth and early nineteenth century Italian literature and cultural history, theater and opera. This is her second collection of poems.

5:00 pm
Fri
Nov
17

Kyungok Joo from the Korean Language Program will demonstrate how to create "Quizlet", digital flashcards to teach vocabulary and Vanessa Ju-Chun Wei from the Chinese Language Program will teach the basics on creating a "VoiceThread" in a foreign language class. 

12:00 pm
Fri
Nov
17

UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh Division of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology are pleased to host Dr. Gary Gilkeson from the University of South Carolina who will present his talk titled, "Cellular Therapies for the Treatment of Refractory Lupus”. 

9:00 am
Fri
Nov
17

The University Library System and the National Aviary is sponsoring this event celebrating birds and Pittsburgh’s bird-related archives and histories.   Read more for details

9:00 am to 4:45 pm
Thu
Nov
16

Open to all Pitt students, faculty and staff, this technique workshop focuses on ways in which you can batik fabric using everyday materials and stenciling to produce a finished piece.  

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Thu
Nov
16

Aniah McLeod and Ogechukwu Opaigbeogu, recipients of the African Heritage Scholarship will talk about their experiences traveling to Africa with the Pitt in Tanzania study abroad program.

6:00 pm
Thu
Nov
16

Pitt and UPMC women are invited to attend a dinner and a basketball game and much more. Hoopla highlights women leaders, promotes networking and supports the Pitt women’s basketball team.

5:30 pm
Thu
Nov
16

Sergio Delgado Moya from Harvard University, will present his talk titled "Humanizing the Global, Globalizing the Human: Migration The Labors in Landscape, or the False Protagonism of Globalization".  This lecture is sponsored by the Global Studies Center. 

4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Thu
Nov
16

The Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Program's general lecture will be given by Elizabeth Rodriguez Fielder, who will revisit Alice Walker's book, "The Color Purple".

4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Thu
Nov
16

Faculty, students and staff are invited to join the C4C as they partner with PittServes during "Pitt Kindness Week" (Nov. 11-17) to celebrate the values of kindness and service. Creativity is a stress killer, make your own scented stress ball and make another to donate to the community and pay the peace forward. 

2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Thu
Nov
16

See the award winning actor, singer, writer, activist and advocate of arts-based social justice education, Daniel Beaty perform live.  Daniel is best known for his YouTube performance of "Knock Knock".  Read more to see his bio.  

1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Thu
Nov
16

Sponsored by the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, Peter Galison from Harvard University will be guest speaker.  

12:30 pm to 2:00 pm
Thu
Nov
16

Joshua M. Kivuva, a visiting scholar from the University of Nairobi’s Department of Political Science and Public Administration, will lead a discussion on Africa's democracy as part of the University Center for International Studies' African Studies Program.

12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Wed
Nov
15

The University of Pittsburgh Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Program and the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs invites you to attend this event honoring Pitt's Shenay Jeffrey, Beth Shaaban, Abby Cartus Sara Goodkind and Kate Koenig.

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm