News And Events
Helen Blier Appointed Director of Continuing Education
CE Program Recognized in National Study
PTS Honors Three Retiring Faculty Members
Professor Andrew Purves Receives Honorary Degree
Paula Cooper Receives Calian Prize for Community Service
Graduates Receive Awards During Commencement
PTS Welcomes New Board Members
Meet our Faculty and Staff in Your Area
Published twice-yearly, the Panorama provides the Seminary is another way to stay on contact with alumnae/i and friends. Each issue is thematic and based on the Seminary's mission and vision statements.
celebrations is a magazine published eachf fall and serves as a reminder of all that we have to celebrate - our programs, faculty, students, and alums. These stories cover happenings from the last year.
E-mailed the first day of each month, the Presidential Newsletter contains greetings from President Carl in addition to highlights of the upcoming month.
Updated every Friday afternoon during the academic year, the E-Prologue is the campus' online newsletter an contains information about upcoming PTS events.
Through the Seminary's blog, Bridging the Word and the World, readers can learn more about life on campus.
The PTS faulty is not only well-known for their outstanding teaching, but also for their many publications. This list contains a selection of works from each faculty member.
Available at the end of each year for the next, the Bible Reading Guide is President Carl's way of encouraging our community and friends to read the Bible.
Produced each year, the Seminary's catalog contains course descriptions, faculty bios, and general information about the institution.
Created to tell the Seminary's story, the Advancement viewbook highlights a number of faculty, students, and special programs in addition to explaining the areas in which PTS is currently raising special funds.
Created every other year, the Seminary's viewbook is intended to give prospective students and others a overview of the campus, city, degree programs, and community.
Available each spring, the Pittsburgh Theological Journal is a student-run journal that takes submissions from PTS faculty, staff, students, and alumnae/i.
Looking for a press release or Panorama from years prior? Find it here.