Events

Fri
Sep
29

Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies Program has invited guest lecturer Kathryn Stockton from the University of Utah to present her talk on childhood poverty, race and gender. 

4:00 pm
Sun
Oct
01

Ring Pittsburgh is a community of musicians who express their musical talents through the skill and art of hand bell ringing. They will be performing at the Heinz Memorial Chapel.

3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Mon
Oct
02

Jesabel Rivera-Guerra, community health director, American Heart Association will be guest presenter at the Pitt Pharmacy's James P. and Nancy A. Mastrian Young Professionals Lecture. 

5:30 pm
Mon
Oct
02

Hosted by the Center for African American Poetry and Poetics (CAAPP), writers Renee Gladman and John Keene will present their works and will have a discussion with the audience.  

6:00 pm
Tue
Oct
03

This annual two-day event celebrates the presence and accomplishments of women in medicine and science at the University and provides a venue for women to network.  This event is open to faculty, residents, clinicians, fellows, staff and students.

8:30 am
Tue
Oct
03

Meet fellow faculty from across the University and discover the many programs and services the University Library System (ULS) offers to support your teaching and research.

4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Tue
Oct
03

The Center for African American Poetry and Poetics (CAAPP) will host an interactive workshop with writer, vocalist and sound artist LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, author of "TwERK." This workshop is open to everyone who would like to explore contemporary poetics.  

7:00 pm
Wed
Oct
04

Writers Renee Gladman and John Keene will read and participate in a conversation with poet and sound artist LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs. Afro-Electronica composer and percussionist Val Jeanty will present a new sound piece in response to Glaman and Keene's works.  

7:30 pm
Thu
Oct
05

The Center for Urban Education is hosting its fall edition of #CUEtalks with guest speaker Tyrone Howard from the University of California, Los Angeles. His talk is titled, "Why Race, Culture & Trauma Matter: Addressing Real Equity for Marginalized Populations."

4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Thu
Oct
05

The Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership invites you to an open forum for public discourse on key issues facing our communities.  

4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Thu
Oct
05

During Homecoming Week, the University of Pittsburgh Stages will present the play "Our Town" by Thornton Wilder.  

8:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Sat
Oct
07

Found objects have long been used in visual arts, but how about found words? Search pages of recycled text to create your own new poems with instruction from Nancy Kirkwood of the Center for Creativity. 

1:00 pm
Sun
Oct
08

University of Pittsburgh Faculty Jazz Sextet will share their talent and creativity performing classics from the great master jazz composers Horace Silver, Miles Davis, Joe Sample and more at the Heinz Memorial Chapel.

3:00 pm
Tue
Oct
10

Military and family members who are business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs are encouraged to attend the free training seminars hosted by Pitt's Veterans Services and the Small Business Development Center.  

8:00 am to 10:00 am
Tue
Oct
10

Hosted by the College of General Studies, acclaimed author Michael Meyer will present his new book titled "The Road to Sleeping Dragon: Learning China From the Ground Up," discussing his experience living in China and learning the language, culture and history. 

1:00 pm