The School of Law is now accepting applications for Human Resources Law Online, a new Pitt Online graduate certificate program that tackles the legal issues that sometimes arise in the human resource industry. Classes begin in fall 2019 and will be taught over 40 weeks by Pitt Law faculty and employment law practitioners, with a focus on practical applications of the law within human resources. Learn more about this program on the Human Resources Law Certificate page and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Join us on Feb. 4 for a workshop focusing on understanding the needs of Latinx/Hispanic students in dealing with academic and career experiences at Pitt. Panelists will share their experiences in graduate school and discuss how faculty can better accommodate teaching and mentoring styles to meet diverse students' expectations and needs. Please register online to attend.
News of the passing of Dr. Bernard Fisher, Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and a pioneer in the field of breast cancer research, provided a moment of reflection about his legacy and the connection that the University Center for Teaching and Learning had with his incredible work at Pitt. In our latest article, Blaine Walker, manager of academic digital media, reflects on what a privilege it was for our staff to have worked alongside one of Pitt’s pioneering researchers for nearly 20 years.