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October 30 Internet2 Jazz Master Class Includes Students from Dietrich School and Berklee College of Music
Master drummer, producer, and Berklee College of Music Professor Teri Lyne Carrington will simultaneously work with students at the Dietrich School and Berklee in Boston. This Internet2 demonstration will allow students to play together in real time from two different sites.
College of General Studies Celebrates Nontraditional Student Week, November 3-8
Join the College of General Studies in recognizing National Nontraditional Student Week, November 3-8, 2014. Celebrate Pitt Sports during this 12th annual celebration honoring the hard work of those Pitt students who are pursuing an education while managing other priorities, like work, family, and community responsibilities.
Department of Theatre Arts Presents AVENUE Q, November 6-23
Avenue Q's cast of puppets, politically incorrect lyrics, and hilarious upending of children's television laughed its way into three Tony awards. Now, Dietrich School Professor Bria Walker brings this Broadway hit to the University of Pittsburgh Stages. Tickets are on sale now.
Dietrich School Professor Discusses Florence Cathedral Excavations, October 23
Franklin Toker, professor in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, directed archaeological excavations under Florence Cathedral for half a decade. Join him on October 23 at 4 p.m. in the Frick Fine Arts Building Auditorium to hear how, with his students and colleagues, he is turning archaeological data into entirely new chapters in art history.