Archived ULS News & Announcements

Horror Studies - Scream Queens
29 Sep 2020

Horror Studies - Scream Queens

The History and Future of Women in Horror. A Panel Discussion Featuring: Gwendolyn Kiste, Kathe Koja, Michelle Lane, and Sara Tantlinger - October 20, 2020 – 7p.m. - Registration
29 Sep 2020

Undergrads: Apply to be an Archival Scholar!

You can receive a $1,000 stipend to develop an independent research project using our Archives & Special Collections. Click here to learn more about the Archival Scholars Research Awards and apply by October 26!
We've Reach 10,000 ETDs!
16 Sep 2020

10,000 Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs)

We’ve reached 10,000 Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) in D-Scholarship! Almost 99% of our ETDs are freely available, which means scholars around the world can access the wealth of research conducted by Pitt students with no paywalls, as...
Hispanic Heritage Month: September 15-October 15 -- Hispanic Discussion Round Tables
08 Sep 2020

Hispanic Discussion Round Tables

Join us on Tuesday, September 22 from Noon-1:30pm as we host 5 Hispanic and Latin/a/o/e/x identifying individuals from various parts of Latin America to share their culture, their family structure and experiences in small group settings in a virtual platform. The goal of the Hispanic...
Tiffany McKerahan
19 Aug 2020

Publishing with IEEE Webinar

This webinar focuses on how to publish a technical paper with IEEE on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 from 1-2pm. The presenter, Tiffany McKerahan, IEEE Manager, Author Engagement & Support, will provide guidance on everything from how the IEEE publishing process works to submitting a...
A new and improved PittCat is coming July 28!
13 Jul 2020

New Pittcat!

A new and improved PittCat is coming July 28!
Request functions (from July 20-28) and My Account functions (from July 23-28) will not be available.
13 Jul 2020

PittCat switch

While we flip the switch from the old PittCat to the new, Request functions (from July 20-28) and My Account functions (from July 23-28) will not be available.
The University of Pittsburgh Library System is committed to Equity and Justice
08 Jun 2020

ULS Commitment to Equity and Justice

We stand in solidarity with our black students, faculty, colleagues and our community and condemn all expressions of racism. We acknowledge our responsibility to help create a world that actively values and affirms diversity and inclusion, a core value of the ULS and the library profession.We join...
University Library System Acquires Daniel Kraus Papers
22 May 2020

Daniel Kraus Papers

There’s a significant new addition to the Horror Studies Collection at Pitt. The University of Pittsburgh Library System (ULS) has acquired the papers of Daniel Kraus—a prolific writer in the horror genre who currently lives in...
We are here for you!
21 May 2020

We are here for you!

Although classes are online and library buildings are closed due to COVID-19, we are here for you. Our team works around the clock to answer your research questions, host virtual workshops, scan articles, and so much more. Need help? Ask Us!