Events

Wed
Nov
22

All students are invited to a dinner hosted by Global Ties and Vice Provost and Dean of Students, Kenyon Bonner. Pickup your free tickets on Nov. 18

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Mon
Nov
27

Sponsored by the University Center for International Studies, Robert Tierney will present his talk titled, "Death and Literature: Time, Sickness and Writing", on modern Japanese death literature. He defines "death literature" as a body of works defined by an existential encounter with sickness and death, rather than as a specific literary genre. Read more for additional information. 

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Mon
Nov
27

Jodi Magness from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, will speak about the excavations in the ancient village of Huqoq and the finds of Late Roman synagogue finds.

7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Tue
Nov
28

Sponsored by the Center for Diversity in the Curriculum @ the Teaching Center, faculty, staff and graduate students are encouraged to attend this open course that focuses on issues facing black boys and men in education. Tony Gaskew, Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice Program will facilitate today's event. 

12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Wed
Nov
29

Kenyon Bonner, Vice Provost and Dean of Students will facilitate this open course focusing on issues facing black boys and men in education. Faculty, staff and graduate students are encouraged to attend this workshop series sponsored by the Center for Diversity in the Curriculum @ the Teaching Center. 

12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Wed
Nov
29

Sponsored by the Center for Creativity. This workshop will teach you how to use templates or your imagination, paper and sharp scissors to create and integrate silhouettes into art work. All staff, faculty and students are welcome.

12:15 pm to 12:45 pm
Wed
Nov
29

World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day, held for the first time in 1988. This is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died.

7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Thu
Nov
30

Sponsored by the Center for Diversity in the Curriculum @ the Teaching Center, participants will hear from a panel of Pitt faculty and students committed to promoting trans education across the disciplines at Pitt.  This event is open to faculty and graduate students.  A workshop will follow.

11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Thu
Nov
30

Dana Dorsey, Center for Urban Education, will facilitate this open course focusing on issues facing black boys and men in education. Faculty, staff and graduate students are encouraged to attend this workshop series sponsored by the Center for Diversity in the Curriculum @ the Teaching Center. 

12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Thu
Nov
30

Visiting scholar Julian Ramos from the University of Salamanca will present a talk titled, "Populist Discourse and Civic Culture Insights from Latin America".  Identifying differences between the governing styles of two Latin American leaders in order to provide clues about links between populism and political culture of their citizens. 

12:00 pm
Fri
Dec
01

The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Office of Admissions will hold a First Friday program in November and December for prospective students and their families.

10:00 am
Fri
Dec
01

Bring your lunch and listen to the presentation sponsored by the Center for Social and Urban Research, author Margaret Dewar will be guest speaker.  View more to read her bio.  

12:00 pm to 1:15 pm
Sat
Dec
02

Susan Rice will lead the famed Heinz Chapel Choir in an inspiring acappella celebration of the holidays.

8:15 pm to 11:15 pm
Sun
Dec
03

This celebration of the Nationality Rooms, is admission free and open to the public. Watch performances and take a tour of each holiday decorated room.  
 

12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Mon
Dec
04

So you think you want to become a teacher? Join the Office of Admissions and Enrollment Services and School of Education faculty members for a teacher certification information session. 

3:30 pm