Saturday, October 8, 2016 -
This day-long symposium explores the history of graffiti art in New York, Chicago, Pittsburgh and León Guanajuato, Mexico charting its post-industrial past and evolving present.
Monday, October 10, 2016 -
Learn about the Year of Diversity from the Chancellor, Provost, and members of the committee while enjoying music and refreshments. Find out how to get involved and contribute your thoughts.
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 -
This symposium will explore the role of religious diversity in the university.
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 - 7:00pm University Club - Ballroom B
The Islamic Center of Pittsburgh welcomes you to become a Muslim ally. Through this dynamic diversity training, you will gain knowledge about how to interact with Muslims in America to ensure their comfort and convey your solidarity. Presented by The Dietrich School’s Open Door Project Community Conversation Series.
Friday, October 14, 2016 -
The Equity Summit will be focused on systemic inequities experienced by black girls in the Pittsburgh region, and attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about these inequities as well as a variety of efforts to address them.
"Defamation" touches on some of today's most highly-charged issues: race, religion, gender, class and the law. It's an old-school courtroom drama...and the audience is the jury.
A new play by Claudia Barnett, directed by Shelby Brewster. Unable to practice astronomy because she is a woman, Aglaonike bills herself as a sorceress and makes eerily accurate predictions of celestial events. Inspired by the untold history of the first female astronomer, Aglaonike's Tiger follows this intrepid woman through a series of challenges both magical and scientific.
Esther, a Black seamstress, makes delicate lingerie for both wealthy White society ladies and poor prostitutes. Can a woman trying to make ends meet in 1905 in New York City refashion her dreams? The story is based on the experiences of playwright Lynn Nottage’s own great-grandmother. Directed by KJ Gilmer.
Saturday, October 15, 2016 -
All new international students to the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County are invited to share their stories and connect with other international visitors in the region.
Pitt’s Hispanic and Latino Professional Association invites you to celebrate diversity and mark the end of Hispanic Heritage month.