As the University of Pittsburgh moves to the Spring semester, we are committed to providing the same challenging, stimulating programs for which the Center has been known for sixty years, albeit adapted to our new reality.
We will be fully complying with the University’s COVID-19 guidelines and operational postures as outlined here:
As a result, we will be adopting the changes below for Spring 2021, beginning January 16:
Annual Lecture Series
All of the Annual Lecture Series talks scheduled in the Spring will be held online.
View the schedule here.
Lunchtime Talks will be online during the entirety of the Spring 2021 term.
ANCESTRY: EVIDENCE, INFERENCE, AND IDENTITY (January 22, 2021 – January 23, 2021) will be held online. Details here.
Nick Hugget’s Senior Visiting Fellow conference will be re-imagined as a series of online seminars. More details TBA.
Our Fellows are the lifeblood of the Center and their wellbeing is of the utmost importance to us.
If the University of Pittsburgh adopts the guarded posture by early February, some Fellows’ activities will be moved to in-person on March 1. A decision will be made early in February.
In accordance with University guidelines, Center staff will continue to work remotely. If you need to contact any of our staff, you can find our email addresses here.