Pitt Alumni Network of Western PA
What’s Happening On & Around Campus for Alumni & Friends
Hello Pitt alumni, family, and friends!
Whether you live in Western PA or plan to visit the area, we want you to know that Pitt offers many great programs for you here on campus and the Pitt Alumni Association is also hosting some exciting new events throughout the region. There is always something going on and we want you to be part of it! Hail to Pitt!
Director of Regional Clubs & Advocacy
Connect with Pitt alumni professionals working in the fields such as nursing, medicine, health and rehabilitation sciences, dental medicine, pharmacy, healthcare administration, and public health for an evening of casual networking.
Representatives from Pitt will be on hand to answer questions about advanced degree and certificate programs in health sciences, health sciences alumni volunteer opportunities, and continuing education. This event is free of charge and open to all alumni of Pitt. Guests and colleagues are welcome.
Hors d’oeuvres will be provided and the first drink is on us. Cash bar will be available.
Friday, June 15 | 6 - 8 p.m.
Maxine Bruhns, who has been the director of Pitt’s renowned Nationality Classrooms for more than 50 years, has been called “one of the most interesting human beings you will ever meet.” She is only the second director to oversee these remarkable University treasures, and she has coordinated the design, funding, and dedication of 21 new nationality classrooms since becoming director in 1965. Alumni are invited to join her for a tour of the classrooms as she shares her unrivaled knowledge of the secrets of the Cathedral of Learning and its famed classrooms.
Following the tour, lunch will be served at the University Club and entertainment will be provided by dancers from the Philippine-American Performing Arts of Greater Pittsburgh.
Thursday, June 21
Whether you are a successful entrepreneur or investor looking for a technology to license, have experience in a particular market or can offer assistance in your specialty area such as marketing, finance, or engineering, you can help to foster the culture of innovation and entrepreneurship at Pitt. Check out the Panther Innovation Network.
Join Pitt Pharmacy for a day at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium. Tickets are $10/person and are valid all day. Stop by the Village Pavilion between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. for lunch, prizes, fun, and games.
Saturday, June 2
Enjoy refreshments, meet fellow travelers, and learn about the many travel destinations offered by our travel partners. Admission is free, and you could win one of the special items that will be raffled off!
Friday, June 15 | 6 - 8 p.m.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Pittsburgh is a membership-based community of adults, age 50 and better, who are passionate about learning. Because there are no tests, no grades, and no degree requirements, it is the perfect environment for exploring new topics with other interested adults. Learn More.
Each year since 2009, Pitt Public Health invites students, faculty, alumni, and friends to share the experience of reading and discussing our annual selection for the One Book, One Community (OBOC) program. This year's OBOC selection is The Emperor of All Maladies by Siddhartha Mukherjee. Learn more about the Read-Along Program.
Heinz Memorial Chapel Concerts & Recitals occur regularly each month, many of them free of charge. Click here to check out their monthly calendar.
Pitt Night at the Pirates game is a great opportunity for Pitt alumni, fans and friends to cheer on the Pirates and meet other Pitt alums! All fans who purchase tickets through the special Pitt link will receive a voucher for a University of Pittsburgh/Pittsburgh Pirates co-branded baseball hat.
Purchase tickets here. Use the Coupon Code: PANTHERS. All fans who purchase through this link can also arrive early for a discounted pre-game Happy Hour at Blockhouse Corner in left field from 5:30 p.m to 7 p.m.
Tuesday, July 10
Thank you to the Pitt alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends who were able to join us for an opportunity to influence state lawmakers and tell your University of Pittsburgh story at Pitt Day in Harrisburg on May 23, 2018.
Pitt Day in Harrisburg is the annual advocacy day at the state Capitol. Pennsylvania continues to face budget challenges and it is critical that our elected officials hear from you the importance of public higher education and the impact Pitt makes.
Transportation from each Pitt campus and meals are provided. Attendees have opportunities to meet with legislators in small groups, tour the Capitol, visit exhibits, participate in a career panel with Pitt alumni in government, and attend a dessert reception.
Are you interested in being informed of future opportunities to collaborate with elected officials and others in support of the University of Pittsburgh? Sign up today to become an advocate and Stand With Pitt.
Find volunteer opportunities through PittServes, a University-wide initiative that engages University of Pittsburgh students in meaningful service to the community on a local, national, and international scale. Our focus on sustainability, education and community development allows us to increase student community service and support our surrounding community!
Alumni Career Mentoring - Learn more about the ways in which Pitt alumni can give back to their alma mater: join the Pitt Career Network, hire an intern, recruit Pitt students, host a job shadow, attend an event.