Headlines & Highlights
Dietrich School Open Door Project Presents, "Free Speech and Dissent in Today's Political Climate," February 20
Attorneys representing the Greater Pittsburgh Chapter of the ACLU will discuss the set of guarantees protected by the First Amendment and how free speech goes hand-in-hand with engaged citizenship. Pamela W. Connelly, Pitt's Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion, will provide introductory remarks. February 20, 4 p.m., University Club, Ballroom A
Chancellor Gallagher Recognizes Dietrich School Faculty Members for Teaching, Public Service, and Research
Chancellor Patrick Gallagher has announced that Sean Garrett-Roe and Cindy Skrzycki are among the recipients of the 2017 Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award, Tony Novosel is among the recipients of the 2017 Chancellor's Distinguished Public Service Award, and Haitao Liu is among the recipients of the 2017 Chancellor's Distinguished Research Award.
New Pitt LGBTQIA+ Staff and Faculty Affinity Group Invites Members, Hosts February 23 Mixer
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is excited to announce the LGBTQIA+ Affinity Group for University professional staff and faculty. The group will offer the community an official, collective voice for LGBTQIA+ issues at Pitt, will serve as a liaison to upper administration, and will provide support for recruitment and retention of faculty and staff.
Department of Studio Arts Welcomes Two Exhibitions to University Art Gallery
The Dietrich School's Department of Studio Arts presents two new exhibitions in the University Art Gallery with an Opening Reception February 9 and a Gallery Talk February 10. Liminal Conjunction is a new series of works by Visiting Assistant Professor Sophia Sobers and Dirty Work is a collaborative installation by artists Eleanor Aldrich (Tennessee) and Senior Lecturer Barbara Weissberger.