Events Calendar

Office of Diversity & Inclusion Events

March 2019

Friday, March 1

01 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

01 Mar
GOSECA 16th Annual Graduate Student Conference

The Graduate Organization for the Study of Europe and Central Asia is hosting the 16th Annual Graduate Student Conference on March 1-2, 2019, focusing on...

March 01, 2019
01 Mar
Names Instead of Numbers

The international traveling exhibit, "Names Instead of Numbers: Remembrance Book for the Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp" is being hosted by the...

March 01, 2019
01 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

01 Mar
ULS & The University Center for International Studies

As UCIS celebrates its 50th anniversary, this exhibit showcases how the University Library System supports the Center with our world class Eduardo Lozano...

01 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

01 Mar
At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians In World War I Exhibit

At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians in World War I is a traveling exhibit by the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA). The exhibit...

01 Mar
Allies for Gender Equity Series

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Engineering Office of Diversity will be hosting Allies for Gender Equity Series on February 28th and March 1st, 2019....

March 01, 2019 10:00 a.m.

Saturday, March 2

02 Mar
GOSECA 16th Annual Graduate Student Conference

The Graduate Organization for the Study of Europe and Central Asia is hosting the 16th Annual Graduate Student Conference on March 1-2, 2019, focusing on...

March 02, 2019
02 Mar
Names Instead of Numbers

The international traveling exhibit, "Names Instead of Numbers: Remembrance Book for the Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp" is being hosted by the...

March 02, 2019
02 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

02 Mar
ULS & The University Center for International Studies

As UCIS celebrates its 50th anniversary, this exhibit showcases how the University Library System supports the Center with our world class Eduardo Lozano...

02 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

02 Mar
At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians In World War I Exhibit

At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians in World War I is a traveling exhibit by the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA). The exhibit...

Sunday, March 3

03 Mar
Names Instead of Numbers

The international traveling exhibit, "Names Instead of Numbers: Remembrance Book for the Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp" is being hosted by the...

March 03, 2019
03 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

03 Mar
ULS & The University Center for International Studies

As UCIS celebrates its 50th anniversary, this exhibit showcases how the University Library System supports the Center with our world class Eduardo Lozano...

03 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

03 Mar
At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians In World War I Exhibit

At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians in World War I is a traveling exhibit by the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA). The exhibit...

Monday, March 4

04 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

04 Mar
Names Instead of Numbers

The international traveling exhibit, "Names Instead of Numbers: Remembrance Book for the Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp" is being hosted by the...

March 04, 2019
04 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

04 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

04 Mar
At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians In World War I Exhibit

At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians in World War I is a traveling exhibit by the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA). The exhibit...

Tuesday, March 5

05 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

05 Mar
Names Instead of Numbers

The international traveling exhibit, "Names Instead of Numbers: Remembrance Book for the Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp" is being hosted by the...

March 05, 2019
05 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

05 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

05 Mar
At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians In World War I Exhibit

At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians in World War I is a traveling exhibit by the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA). The exhibit...

05 Mar
Faculty Networking: The Global Salon

The Year of Pitt Global announces the launch of the Global Salon! All University of Pittsburgh faculty, tenure stream and non-tenure stream, are invited to...

March 05, 2019 12:00 p.m.

Wednesday, March 6

06 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

06 Mar
Names Instead of Numbers

The international traveling exhibit, "Names Instead of Numbers: Remembrance Book for the Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp" is being hosted by the...

March 06, 2019
06 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

06 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

06 Mar
Antisemitism Then and Now: Perspectives After Tree of Life

This lecture is a part of a one-credit mini course and public lecture series at the University of Pittsburgh. Antisemitism Then and Now: Perspectives After...

March 06, 2019 12:00 p.m.

Thursday, March 7

07 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

07 Mar
Names Instead of Numbers

The international traveling exhibit, "Names Instead of Numbers: Remembrance Book for the Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp" is being hosted by the...

March 07, 2019
07 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

07 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

07 Mar
2019 Mentoring and Advising Summit

After the success of the 2018 Mentoring and Advising Summit last April, the Office of the Provost is pleased to host the 2019 summit: Diversity and...

March 07, 2019 8:30 a.m.
07 Mar
Cat Brooks: The Anti Police - Terror Project (APTP)

Cat Brooks, co-founder of the Anti Police-Terror Project, and an organizer for the Black Lives Matter movement, will provide a lecture on the topic of...

March 07, 2019 11:30 a.m.
07 Mar
Spies, Coups and National Liberation: Warsaw Pact Espionage in Africa During the Cold War

A live interview with Natalia Telepneva, University of Warwick The Soviet Union and its Warsaw Pact satellites were ideologically, materially, and...

March 07, 2019 12:00 p.m.
07 Mar
Women's History Month Book Club

Please join the Women's Affinity Group for their inaugural book club meeting where they will read Ask for It: How Women Can Use the Power of Negotiation to...

March 07, 2019 12:00 p.m.
07 Mar
Teaching Inclusively

This workshop introduces several principles of inclusivity and offers practical advice for fostering an inclusive university environment through your...

March 07, 2019 2:00 p.m.
07 Mar
Open Rec Wheelchair Basketball

Want to learn how to play Wheelchair Basketball or brush up on your skills? Head up to Trees Hall Gymnasium on Thursdays from 6-8pm and play around with the...

March 07, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Friday, March 8

08 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

08 Mar
Names Instead of Numbers

The international traveling exhibit, "Names Instead of Numbers: Remembrance Book for the Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp" is being hosted by the...

March 08, 2019
08 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

08 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Saturday, March 9

09 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

09 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Sunday, March 10

10 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

10 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Monday, March 11

11 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

11 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

11 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Tuesday, March 12

12 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

12 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

12 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Wednesday, March 13

13 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

13 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

13 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Thursday, March 14

14 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

14 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

14 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

14 Mar
Pitt Queer Professionals Affinity Group Meeting

Please join PQP, the faculty and staff LGBTQIA+ Affinity Group, for our monthly meeting. We welcome all Pitt employees who fall under the queer umbrella...

March 14, 2019 12:00 p.m.
14 Mar
Open Rec Wheelchair Basketball

Want to learn how to play Wheelchair Basketball or brush up on your skills? Head up to Trees Hall Gymnasium on Thursdays from 6-8pm and play around with the...

March 14, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Friday, March 15

15 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

15 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

15 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Saturday, March 16

16 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

16 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Sunday, March 17

17 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

17 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Monday, March 18

18 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

18 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

18 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

18 Mar
Healing People, Not Patients:

How to achieve compassionate healthcare aimed at healing people, not patients, with Dr. Jonathan Weinkle. After practicing primary care medicine for...

March 18, 2019 8:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 19

19 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

19 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

19 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

19 Mar
Faculty Networking: The Global Salon

The Year of Pitt Global announces the launch of the Global Salon! All University of Pittsburgh faculty, tenure stream and non-tenure stream, are invited to...

March 19, 2019 12:00 p.m.
19 Mar
Pitt - Greensburg: Meet The Author: Nancy P. Anderson

Pitt-Greensburg welcomes Colonel Nancy P. Anderson, USMC, retired, to campus as part of its women’s history month activities. In this Meet the Author event,...

March 19, 2019 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, March 20

20 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

20 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

20 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

20 Mar
Antisemitism Then and Now: Perspectives After Tree of Life

This lecture is a part of a one-credit mini course and public lecture series at the University of Pittsburgh. Antisemitism Then and Now: Perspectives After...

March 20, 2019 12:00 p.m.

Thursday, March 21

21 Mar
Africans in India Exhibition

Over the centuries, East Africans have greatly distinguished themselves in India as generals, commanders, admirals, architects, prime ministers, and rulers....

21 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

21 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

21 Mar
Woman in the Workplace Panel Discussion

*Save the Date!* On March 21st, the Staff Council & Women’s Affinity Group are hosting a Women in the Workplace panel discussion consisting of Pitt women...

March 21, 2019 12:00 p.m.
21 Mar
Silk Road Rising: Rediscovering Dunhuang

The University Library System (ULS) invites you to join Pitt faculty speakers in conjunction with the exhibit ‘Travelers Along the Silk Roads: 10th Century...

March 21, 2019 1:30 p.m.
21 Mar
Silk Road Rising: Traveling for the State: Dunhuang Envoys on the Silk Road (850-1000)

The University Library System (ULS) invites you to join guest speakers in conjunction with the exhibit ‘Travelers Along the Silk Roads: 10th Century to the...

March 21, 2019 3:00 p.m.
21 Mar
#CUETalks Spring Lecture Series - Sorry to Bother You: Education and the Disruption of White Cultural and Linguistic Hegemony in the U.S. and South Africa

Presented by H. Samy Alim, Ph.D. Presenting data collected over the past 20 years, this talk will highlight how we can disrupt White cultural and linguistic...

March 21, 2019 4:00 p.m.
21 Mar
Randall Family Big Idea Competition Awards Ceremony

Celebrate with us as the final participants in the Randall Family Big Idea Competition are awarded $100,000 for their big idea! The competition is an...

March 21, 2019 5:00 p.m.
21 Mar
Eastern European, Balkan, and Middle Eastern Female Artists: Finding Their Own Voices in Writing, Cinema, and Art

This international symposium brings together multiple female artists for a poetry reading, film screening, art exhibit and roundtable. Thursday, March 21,...

March 21, 2019 5:30 p.m.
21 Mar
Open Rec Wheelchair Basketball

Want to learn how to play Wheelchair Basketball or brush up on your skills? Head up to Trees Hall Gymnasium on Thursdays from 6-8pm and play around with the...

March 21, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Friday, March 22

22 Mar
MIgrations of Culture Undergraduate Conference

Share your research with other undergraduate students! Get real feedback on a paper! Gain conference experience for work or graduate school! Interested? Then...

March 22, 2019
22 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

22 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

22 Mar
Eastern European, Balkan, and Middle Eastern Female Artists: Finding Their Own Voices in Writing, Cinema, and Art

This international symposium brings together multiple female artists for a poetry reading, film screening, art exhibit and roundtable. Thursday, March 21,...

March 22, 2019 10:00 a.m.
22 Mar
Civil Society Responses to Latino Immigrant Issues

A panel discussion featuring leaders from the area's latino community resource agencies.

22 Mar
Maroon Queen, Mother of The Nation & 'Science Woman'

Dr. Harcourt Fuller is an Associate Professor at Georgia State University. His lecture is titled: Maroon Queen, Mother of the Nation, & “Science Woman”:...

March 22, 2019 2:00 p.m.
22 Mar
Screening of "On the Basis of Sex"

Join Pitt Program Council in the WPU Assembly Room for a FREE screening of On the Basis of Sex! Doors open at 8:15 P.M. Are you an undergraduate student and...

March 22, 2019 9:00 p.m.

Saturday, March 23

23 Mar
MIgrations of Culture Undergraduate Conference

Share your research with other undergraduate students! Get real feedback on a paper! Gain conference experience for work or graduate school! Interested? Then...

March 23, 2019
23 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

23 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Sunday, March 24

24 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

24 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Monday, March 25

25 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

25 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

25 Mar
Literature Over Lunch: Barbara Edelman

Gather at the Cup & Chaucer in Hillman Library to hear Univeristy of Pittsburgh faculty read selections and moderate discussions focused around their...

Tuesday, March 26

26 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

26 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

26 Mar
WebAIM Digital Accessibility Training

Learn how to make Pitt’s web more accessible. Acquire the skills and tools necessary to help make Pitt more accessible and ensure equal access for all. On...

March 26, 2019 9:00 a.m.

Wednesday, March 27

27 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

27 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

27 Mar
WebAIM Digital Accessibility Training

Learn how to make Pitt’s web more accessible. Acquire the skills and tools necessary to help make Pitt more accessible and ensure equal access for all. On...

March 27, 2019 9:00 a.m.
27 Mar
Antisemitism Then and Now: Perspectives After Tree of Life

This lecture is a part of a one-credit mini course and public lecture series at the University of Pittsburgh. Antisemitism Then and Now: Perspectives After...

March 27, 2019 12:00 p.m.
27 Mar
Faculty Book Talk: Kirk Savage

Gather in the Thornburgh Room at the Hillman Library to hear Univeristy of Pittsburgh faculty read selections and moderate discussions focused around their...

27 Mar
CUE Spring Reflection into Action

Join our panel of local school, district, student group, parent and community representatives for a discussion designed to create collective strategies for...

March 27, 2019 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, March 28

28 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

28 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

28 Mar
"Race and Social Equity: Nervousness in Government"

Presented by the Graduate School of Public & International Affairs, this lunch lecture launches a pragmatic, solution-oriented discussion about race and...

March 28, 2019 12:00 p.m.
28 Mar
Exhibit Talk: Travelers Along the Silk Roads, 10th Century to the Present

The ULS invites all interested individuals to please join us on Thursday, March 28 for an Exhibit Talk on the current Hillman Library exhibit, Travelers...

March 28, 2019 12:00 p.m.
28 Mar
Silk Road Rising: From Komsomol to NGO

Experts, Activists, and Changing Paradigms of Development in Central Asia and Beyond The University Library System (ULS) invites you to join guest speakers...

March 28, 2019 3:00 p.m.
28 Mar
Open Rec Wheelchair Basketball

Want to learn how to play Wheelchair Basketball or brush up on your skills? Head up to Trees Hall Gymnasium on Thursdays from 6-8pm and play around with the...

March 28, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Friday, March 29

29 Mar
Soyuz Symposium

The Soyuz Research Network for Postsocialist Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary forum for exchanging work based on field research in postsocialist...

March 29, 2019
29 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

29 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

29 Mar
How Rich Students Learn Class Privilege: Norms of Affluence and the Politics of Redistribution

The Bert A. Rockman Lecture in American Politics presents “How Rich Students Learn Class Privilege,” by Princeton University Professor Tali Mendelberg. ...

March 29, 2019 2:30 p.m.
29 Mar
Pitt Johnstown: International Festival

Come to the Cambria Room in the Student Union and travel the world in a day! Students, staff, and the entire campus community are invited to learn about...

Saturday, March 30

30 Mar
Soyuz Symposium

The Soyuz Research Network for Postsocialist Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary forum for exchanging work based on field research in postsocialist...

March 30, 2019
30 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

30 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

Sunday, March 31

31 Mar
The Art of Noh: Woodblock Prints by Tsukioka Kōgyo

Noh, a theater form that originated in the fourteenth century, was associated historically with the ruling warrior class, who made up about 5% of Japan’s...

31 Mar
What Does Pittsburgh Mean to You?: The Power of PRYSE Academy Youth Through a Camera Lens

During the hot, sweaty months of July and August 2018, middle and high school students at PRYSE Academy, a summer camp for immigrant and refugee youth in...

31 Mar
African and Greek American Women Visionaries of the Civil Rights Struggle

Women’s History Month Celebration In commemoration of the known and lesser-known women heroes in the African-American and Greek-American communities, the...

March 2019