Events

Wed
May
09

The theme for this year's event is titled “Breaking Barriers to Build-UP Diversity”. Damon A. Williams, Visionary, best-selling author and national expert in strategic diversity leadership and Waverly Duck, Sociology will be presenters. 

8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Thu
May
10

In this workshop Paula Davis, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences Diversity, will discuss how lab culture is established and how it can be made to be more inclusive.

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Thu
May
10

Paper marbling is a centuries-old art. Try a simple version of marbling that's as much fun as it is easy to learn. Using only shaving cream and paint, make paper that can serve as the basis for your own mixed-media experiments, postcards, or bookmarks.

12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Fri
May
11

A celebration of remembrance for those individuals who have provided their bodies for one final service to their fellow humans, a contribution to Medical Education and Research.

2:00 pm
Sun
May
13

Spend Mother's Day with the Pitt Alumni Association and the Women's Choral Ensemble. 

1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Sun
May
13

Bring your mother to the Heinz Memorial Chapel for an afternoon of beautiful music performed by the University of Pittsburgh's Women's Choral Ensemble, directed by Lorraine Milovac.

3:00 pm
Mon
May
14

Sponsored by Andrew and Laurie Kuzneski, this award is given to University of Pittsburgh students who are developing innovations that can positively impact people’s lives in areas other than healthcare.

(All day)
Tue
May
15

The University of Pittsburgh Staff Council will be hosting the annual Staff Spring Assembly. The event will include remarks from Chancellor Gallagher,a keynote address from Audrey Murrell, the recipient of the 2018 Staff Professional Development Award will be announced.

11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Wed
May
16

Darlene Zellers, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Career Development, Health Sciences will speak at the monthly seminar for new Post-Doc trainees. 

10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Thu
May
17

Sponsored by the Center for Creativity, this workshop for faculty and staff will teach participants how to create miniature eco-scape with sand, rocks and succulents.

12:30 pm
Thu
May
17

Sponsored by the Year of Healthy U, Pitt faculty members will travel to Westmorland Count to give a TED Talk-style presentation titled "Pitt Faculty Reflections on Cross-Disciplinary Factors that Affect Health".

6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Wed
May
23

“Pitt Day in Harrisburg event is canceled due to severe weather forecasts. The Community and Governmental Relations office is looking into rescheduling it and we'll share more information as soon as possible.”

(All day)
Thu
May
24

Any faculty, graduate, or professional students are welcome to attend any Teaching Center workshop, regardless of the area. Take a look at workshops available for May 24-31. 

(All day)
Fri
May
25

A full-day conference bringing together academics and clinicians to examine the development, influence and trajectory of biological processes across the lifespan.

7:30 am to 4:30 pm
Wed
Jun
06

This event titled "National & Local Perspectives on Race, Child Welfare and the Opioid Crisis" will include academic and community experts discussing the impact of the opioid crisis in relation to race and child welfare using the Pittsburgh metro area as a case example.

(All day)