Archived ULS News & Announcements

August Wilson headshot
08 Aug 2022

University of Pittsburgh Library System Receives One Million Dollar Grant from the Henry L. Hillman Foundation for August Wilson Archive Outreach and Engagement

We are pleased to announce we have received a $1,000,000 grant from the Henry L. Hillman Foundation to support in-depth public engagement with the August Wilson Archive over the next two years.
Avinoff
26 Jan 2022

The University Library System has acquired the archive of Andrey Avinoff

Dr. Avinoff is known locally as a former Director of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and as the designer of Pitt's Russian Nationality Room
Hours, Collections, and Services Updates
19 Feb 2021

Hours, Collections, and Services Updates

The libraries are here to help you succeed. As the University adjusts its posture, so do the libraries with appropriate modifications to services and facilities. Please continue to check this page for updates and additional details. ... ...
Freddie Fu
03 Oct 2022

We Have Acquired the Dr. Freddie Fu Archives

We are pleased to announce the acquisition of the papers of Dr. Freddie Fu, noted orthopaedic surgeon and a leader in the field of sports medicine.
Meet friend of the library and library Board of Visitors member Brian Wongchaowart
26 Sep 2022

Meet friend of the library and library Board of Visitors member Brian Wongchaowart

Brian has generously supported the Archival Scholars Research award and the renovated ground floor of Hillman Media Labs.
Undergrads: Apply to be an Archival Scholar!
12 Sep 2022

Undergrads: Apply to be an Archival Scholar!

Awardees will develop independent research projects from rare books, manuscripts, music, photographs, diaries, organization records, or other archival collections found in the University of Pittsburgh Library System’s distinctive collections. Click...
Emily Bingham visit
12 Sep 2022

Emily Bingham, My Old Kentucky Home: The Astonishing Life and Reckoning of an Iconic American Song

The 1853 song “My Old Kentucky Home,” by Pittsburgh-born composer Stephen C. Foster, presented slavery as carefree while also telling a wrenching story of a man sold to die in the sugarcane fields of the Deep South. Join historian Emily Bingham on...
Youthful Frights: Exploring George A. Romero’s Young Adult Horror
01 Sep 2022

Youthful Frights: Exploring George A. Romero’s Young Adult Horror

In the mid-90s, Romero began production on several projects for young adult audiences.  Join us! Tuesday September 20th 7 p.m. as we examine and explore these lost projects including an adaptation of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps.
Welcome Back Students
25 Aug 2022

Welcome back students!

If you’ve never visited us before or need a refresher on what we have to offer, this page is for you!
We're Hiring! Join our team!
12 Aug 2022

Faculty, Staff, & Student Positions Available

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