Facilities

With support from donors, the University of Pittsburgh, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Pitt Public Health has completed a $77 million, multi-year expansion and renovation project. The most significant investment in our physical plant since the founding of the school in 1948, the “Building for a Healthier World” project has funded the creation of new, state-of-the-art laboratories, academic areas, and communal spaces. 

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Facilities Announcements

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Collaboration spaces available at Pitt's CEC Homewood 

Collaboration spaces available at Pitt's CEC Homewood

Though onsite programming is currently paused Pitt's Community Engagement Center in Homewood, some essential services continue. To confirm availability or plan future activities, contact Daren Ellerbee. The CEC includes shared, dedicated spaces for Pitt Public Health—plus even more opportunities fo... (03/25/2020)
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Pitt graduate & professional student lounge opens in WPU 

Pitt graduate & professional student lounge opens in WPU

While there are newly renovated dissertation writing and graduate student rooms in Hillman Library, students generally use those spaces as a place to read, write and quietly work. The new graduate and professional student lounge on the fifth floor of the William Pitt Union is a space for students t... (02/07/2020)

Policies on campus closures and class cancellation 

Policies on campus closures and class cancellation

Elaborating on the interim policy regarding University-wide closure and class cancellations, Executive Associate Dean Eleanor Feingold shares some guidance regarding missing or canceling individual classes.  #besmartstaysafe (01/03/2020)
For additional information or to report a facilities issue, contact Ann Ostroski, ostroski@pitt.edu

Facilities News

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Origins of Pitt Public Health's iconic "Cantini Man" sculpture, according to King Friday (VIDEO) 

Origins of Pitt Public Health's iconic "Cantini Man" sculpture, according to King Friday (VIDEO)

In charming footage from an early episode of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," famed Pittsburgh muralist and sculptor, Virgil Cantini shares the maquette for his scientific "Man" sculpture and explains his vision for the work. The angular, larger-than-life metallic figure has adorned the Fifth Avenue ... (04/16/2018)
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