Events

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
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

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

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
Sat
Nov
18

Undergraduates interested in counseling, psychology or rehabilitation professions are invited to attend this workshop hosted by the Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Graduate Program.  

11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Sat
Nov
18

Don’t have the time (or desire) to write your whole life story? Try one moment at a time! Join a friendly, supportive group to try your hand at creative writing. This workshop is open to all Pitt students, faculty and staff.

1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Sun
Nov
19

Join the Pitt Alumni Association for a luncheon and a theatre production of Pitt Arts' "Parade". This event is limited to 50 participants. Register soon.

12:30 pm
Sun
Nov
19

Heinz Memorial Chapel will present Kappa Kappa Psi, a co-educational fraternal organization that advances college and university bands for the benefit of its members and society.

3:00 pm
Sun
Nov
19

CMU's orchestra consist of students from the University of Pittsburgh and the Carnegie Mellon University will come together to present the sounds of  Wagner's ​Prelude to Lohengrin, ​a meditation on love and life through Tchaikovsky's ​Romeo and Juliet.

4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Mon
Nov
20

Provost Beeson will moderate a panel discussion featuring individuals who have thought and written about the current controversy with monuments. 

3:45 pm to 5:00 pm
Mon
Nov
20

As part of this process, the search committee will hold an open forum so that members of the university community can share their input about the next dean. All members of the Pitt community with an interest in the School of Social Work are invited to attend.

4:30 pm
Mon
Nov
20

Interested in learning how, in just three years of part-time study, you can earn your Doctor of Education (EdD) degree while maintaining a work, life and school balance? Attend the School of Education information session and meet with faculty, staff and the admissions office.

6:00 pm
Mon
Nov
20

Join School of Education faculty, students, and admissions office staff for an information session on Monday, Nov. 20 in the University Club.

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Tue
Nov
21

The Society For Biomaterials Student Chapter at the University of Pittsburgh has co-organized a student-faculty ‘biomaterials in tissue repair’ themed lecture series with the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine. Morgan Fedorchak, faculty and Liza Bruk, graduate student are guest presenters. 

1:00 pm