Resilience Framework: https://www.coronavirus.pitt.edu - check frequently for the latest updates
- Teaching and Learning (includes Flex@PItt; academic calendar): https://www.coronavirus.pitt.edu/return-campus/teaching-and-learning
International Graduate Students: Fall 2020 Information (OIS): https://www.ois.pitt.edu/2020grad
OIS will be hosting a webinar to answer questions from incoming and current international graduate students: July 17, 2020 at 8am EST. Register to attend this webinar here.
Specific guidance for graduate and professional students and postdocs is available at the University’s COVID-19 response website: https://www.emergency.pitt.edu/covid-19/graduate-students. The University will add to this guidance as more information becomes available.
Please bookmark and frequently visit the University’s definitive source of information for Pitt’s response to COVID–19: https://www.emergency.pitt.edu/covid19.
STUDENT EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FUNDS
Briea St. Clair, Coordinator of Student Services in the DSAS Office of Graduate Studies, is available to assist students who may be considering applying to either of these funds. Briea is familiar with the requirements and is accessible to you as a confidential sounding board. If you decide to apply, she can help guide you through the process, e.g. how to think through areas of need, documenting need, and so forth. Please feel free to reach out to Briea directly at BDS76@pitt.edu.
TAO: Therapy Assistance Online, a private online library of behavioral health resources.
Regular workshops include:
Calming Your Thoughts
Mindfulness & Self-Compassion
Stumbling on Happiness
Finding Hope & Meaning
Healthy Coping Skills
Maintaining Emotional Balance
Coping with Anxiety
Managing Financial Stress
For TAs/TFs: Please check frequently the constantly-updated resources of the University Center for Teaching and Learning: https://teaching.pitt.edu/instructional-continuity/.