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Cathedral of Learning Illustration Pitt Undergraduate Review

Did you know we publish more than 40 scholarly, peer-reviewed Open Access online journals? Why? To make scholarship freely available globally. Recently, we partnered with the University Honors College to launch the inaugural online issue of the Pittsburgh Undergraduate Review. Learn more about ULS publishing services and contact our experts!

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Faculty, we need your input as we plan for the years ahead!

Twenty minutes is all it takes to tell us how best to support your research and instructional needs! Look for an email with the subject Support for Your Research at Your Pitt Libraries – help us shape its future.  We will make a $2 donation for each response (up to $1500) to the Pitt Student Emergency Fund

One Minute Film Festival: Bite-Sized Horror

One Minute Film Festival: Bite-Sized Horror

Join us for a special screening of films from the Center for Creativity's One Minute Film Festival: Bite-Sized Horror on Hillman Library’s 3rd Floor Digital Interactive Wall. Friday, October 29th from 2-5 pm

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Library Materials Added to Google's Arts & Culture Pittsburgh Page

Pittsburgh was selected to join cities worldwide on Google Arts & Culture, and the library is helping to tell Pittsburgh's story

August Wilson with the cast of one his plays.

Reclaiming the Legacy: An Art for August x ULS Program

On Thursday, October 21, 2021 from 7-8:30 p.m. join Amanda Awanjo, Pitt doctorial candidate, for a virtual discussion on reclaiming the Black archive through art, featuring Art for August artists, Brandon Jennings, Charlotte Ka, and Dominick McDuffie. Registration is required.


The Heinz Endowments Award $200,000 for Wilson Archive

The ULS was recently awarded $200,000 by the Heinz Endowments to support the acquisition of the August Wilson Archive, as well as community outreach and engagement with the Collection. The materials document a wide array of Wilson’s career and interests from the 1960s to 2010s. Included are materials from his American Century Cycle plays, artwork, poetry, and more. 


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