Archived ULS News & Announcements

 Joseph Bruchac
09 Nov 2020

A Visit with Joseph Bruchac

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month on Friday, November 13 from 1-2pm with guest speaker, Joseph Bruchac. Bruchac, a Nulhegan Abenaki citizen, is a well-known and respected storyteller, poet, author, singer, composer, and teacher. Through his words, whether spoken, sung, or written, he...
The Revolution They Remember title screen
03 Nov 2020

The Revolution They Remember

You are invited to the virtual premiere of the feature-length documentary The Revolution They Remember on Thursday, November 12, 2020 from 7–9:30 p.m. View the trailer here!Registration is required....
GIS DAY 2020
02 Nov 2020

GIS Day 2020

GIS Day (November 18) is an international celebration of this scientific framework often implemented by using software for gathering, analyzing, and visualizing geographic or georeferenced data. GIS enthusiasts from the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, and a number of community...
August Wilson writing
18 Oct 2020

The August Wilson Archive

We are thrilled to announce we have acquired the archive of the late playwright and Pittsburgh native son August Wilson, best known for his unprecedented American Century Cycle —ten plays that convey the Black experience in each decade of the 20th century. All ten of the plays have had...
Hispanic Heritage Month: The State of Hispanic/Latinx Business in the Pittsburgh Region
01 Oct 2020

The State of Hispanic/Latinx Business in the Pittsburgh Region

Join us on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 from Noon - 1p.m. for a lively conversation with service providers that support Hispanic/Latinx businesses, Pitt and city officials, and local entrepreneurs about the current climate, trends, and opportunities for the Pittsburgh region’s Hispanic-owned...
Horror Studies - Archives of the dead
29 Sep 2020

Horror Studies - Archives of the dead

A conversation with Dan Kraus about his posthumous collaboration with George A. Romero and the treasures from the zombie maestro’s archive. - October 13, 2020 – 7p.m. Registration 
Horror Studies - Scream Queens
29 Sep 2020

Horror Studies - Scream Queens

The History and Future of Women in Horror. A Panel Discussion Featuring: Gwendolyn Kiste, Kathe Koja, Michelle Lane, and Sara Tantlinger - October 20, 2020 – 7p.m. - Registration
29 Sep 2020

Undergrads: Apply to be an Archival Scholar!

You can receive a $1,000 stipend to develop an independent research project using our Archives & Special Collections. Click here to learn more about the Archival Scholars Research Awards and apply by October 26!
We've Reach 10,000 ETDs!
16 Sep 2020

10,000 Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs)

We’ve reached 10,000 Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) in D-Scholarship! Almost 99% of our ETDs are freely available, which means scholars around the world can access the wealth of research conducted by Pitt students with no paywalls, as...
Hispanic Heritage Month: September 15-October 15 -- Hispanic Discussion Round Tables
08 Sep 2020

Hispanic Discussion Round Tables

Join us on Tuesday, September 22 from Noon-1:30pm as we host 5 Hispanic and Latin/a/o/e/x identifying individuals from various parts of Latin America to share their culture, their family structure and experiences in small group settings in a virtual platform. The goal of the Hispanic...