Advent organ recital

Organist and Port Allegany native Dr. Carl Klein will play an advent recital on the Sarah B. Dorn Organ at noon on Friday, December 7, in the Harriett B. Wick Chapel.The recital is free and open to the public. more>>

Financial aid information nights

  Pitt-Bradford’s Financial Aid staff will be offering free financial aid advice to college-bound students. more>>

Vocal ensemble holiday concert

Pitt-Bradford's Vocal Arts Ensemble will present a free holiday concert at 11:30 a.m. Dec. 4 in the KOA Speer Electronics Lobby of Blaisdell Hall. more>>

Tunnel of Oppression

Pitt-Bradford's office of Residence Life and Housing is sponsoring a “Tunnel of Oppression” from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, in Blaisdell Hall to educate students and the public about the various types of oppression people face. more>>

The Velveteen Rabbit

The Kiwanis Club of Bradford and its affiliated clubs, the Bradford Aktion Club and Bradford Area High School Key Club, are sponsoring four school groups to see “The Velveteen Rabbit” Thursday at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. more>>

PGE contribution benefits area high school students

Pennsylvania General Energy Co. of Warren has made a $40,000 contribution to Pitt-Bradford that will allow more high school students to take advantage of programs that allow them to earn college credit. more>>

Essay by professor named a notable essay of 2012

An essay by Dr.Nancy McCabe, associate professor of writing, was chosen as a notable selection for two of Houghton Mifflin’s “Best American” 2012 collections. more>>

Warm clothing drive

The Student Nurse Organization is working with CNB Bank to collect coats and other warm items for those who need them. more>>

Political science professor earns doctoral degree

Joshua Meddaugh,visiting assistant professor of political science, has earned his doctoral degree in political science from the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York. more>>

Thanksgiving break

Offices will be closed, and there will be no classes at the Pitt-Bradford on Thursday, Nov. 22, through Sunday, Nov. 25, in observance of Thanksgiving. more>>

Faculty members recognized for years of service

Pitt-Bradford recognized seven faculty members for service anniversaries at a dinner Monday evening. more>>

New York schools take mathematics competition top honors

Teams from Springville-Griffith Institute High School and Genesee Valley Central High School took top honors at the 11th annual Mathematics Competition for High Schools held at Pitt-Bradford. more>>

'An Enemy of the People'

Pitt-Bradford's Division of Communication and the Arts will present Henrik Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People” Nov. 15-18 in Blaisdell Hall. more>>

Two faculty members promoted to full professor

Pitt-Bradford has promoted two members of the faculty to the rank of full professor. more>>

Minard Run Oil contribution benefits high school students

Minard Run Oil Co. has made a $25,000 contribution to Pitt-Bradford to benefit high school students in the region who are taking classes through the university. more>>

SNO food drive

Pitt-Bradford's Student Nurse Organization is running a community-wide food drive through Nov. 16 to support local food pantries and families in the Bradford community. more>>

Veterans Day recital

Pitt-Bradford will host a Veterans Day Recital at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, in the Harriett B. Wick Chapel for all members of the campus and Bradford communities. more>>

Singh edits new book, publishes articles with students

Dr. Om Singh, assistant professor of biology, is the editor of a new book, “Extremophiles: Sustainable Resources and Biotechnological Implications.” more>>

Trio Los Claveles

Trio Los Claveles, a Latin guitar and percussion ensemble from Rochester, N.Y., will present a free lunchtime concert next week at Pitt-Bradford. more>>

Visitation Day

Pitt-Bradford Admissions will host a Visitation Day Nov. 12 for all interested high school students. more>>

Confucius Institute Chinese cultural 'road show'

The Confucius Institute at London South Bank University will visit Pitt-Bradford Nov. 7 to present two free cultural shows and a lecture onacupuncture. more>>

Pas de Two

Flautist Dr. Julia Tunstall, an instructor of music, and pianist Laura Peterson will perform together asPas de Two in a recital this week on campus. more>>

Hurricane Sandy

In anticipation of the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, we have taken some precautions and ask that you do so as well. more>>

Schumann co-edits book on anthropology of government

A new book co-edited by Dr. William Schumann III, assistant professor of anthropology, examines the culture of government. more>>

Games Day at Hanley Library

Hanley Library will join hundreds of libraries throughout the country Nov. 3 for the fifth annual International Game Day @ Your Library, a celebration of gaming in libraries. more>>

Student spends time in trenches with Sen. Casey

Ernie Benkovski, ahistory-political science major from Pittsburgh, will be taking a keen interest in the Nov. 6 election. more>>

Northwest Savings contribution to benefit high school students

Northwest Savings Bank has made a $15,000 contribution to the Pitt-Bradford to benefit high school students in the region who are taking classes through the university. more>>

Open house

Pitt-Bradford's admissions officewill host an open house Nov. 3 at 1 p.m. for high school students and their families to learn about university life, academics and the admission process and meet with faculty, staff, and current students. more>>

Hosting International Visitors from China

Pitt-Bradford will host a free workshop Nov. 1 for those who want to learn more about “Hosting International Visitors From China.” more>>

Movie: 'Temple Grandin'

   For its observance of National Disability Awareness Month, Pitt-Bradford will offer a free showing of the HBO movie “Temple Grandin” and a traveling exhibit next week in Blaisdell Hall. more>>
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