Showcasing the Year of PittGlobal

A special event celebrating the projects and events sponsored by the Year of PittGlobal will also feature speakers and a tour of posters.

Registration Open for the Provost’s Diversity Institute for Faculty Development

The Provost’s Diversity Institute for Faculty Development will take place April 29 to June 12 and offers faculty the opportunity to increase their awareness about diversity and to develop skills needed to teach in a diverse, multicultural environment.
Provost Ann E. Cudd

Personalizing Education: Empowering Student Experiences One Grant at a Time

The Office of the Provost awarded its 2019 Personalized Education Grants to a range of initiatives that include improving the first-year student experience, driving civic engagement and offering hands-on learning opportunities.

Pop-up Lectures Contextualize the Roots of Antisemitism After Tree of Life

A 12-week pop-up lecture series at the University is teaching people about the rhetoric around religious hatred in the context of today’s global climate.
Scaife Hall

Faculty Asked to Vote for Representatives to SVC Health Sciences Search Committee

The election of faculty representatives to the Senior Vice Chancellor for the Health Sciences Search Committee is currently underway. Online voting through takes place March 13-25, 2019.
Program for the 2019 Mentoring and Advising Summit.

Summit Highlights Diversity, Excellence and Growing Roles of Mentors, Advisors

The University’s 2019 Mentoring and Advising Summit gave Pitt faculty and staff a chance to learn about new technologies and share best practices for building a diverse and inclusive culture of advising.
student working on laptop, smartphone

Institute Launched to Address Cybersecurity Workforce Shortage

The School of Computing and Information has recently launched a professional institute designed to steer early- and mid-career professionals into high pay, high-demand tech industry careers.
Chancellor Patrick Gallagher address faculty, staff and students at the 43rd annual Honors Convocation.

Honors Convocation Recognizes Faculty, Student Excellence

At the University’s 43rd Honors Convocation ceremony, Chancellor Patrick Gallagher and Provost Ann Cudd recognized Pitt students and faculty for their achievements during the 2018-19 academic year.
Honors Convocation program cover

Outstanding Faculty Recognized at Honors Convocation

Thirteen faculty members were honored with Chancellor Patrick Gallagher’s Distinguished Public Service, Research and Teaching Awards, announced at the 43rd annual Honors Convocation.

Open Mic Aims to Spark Mental Health Dialogue

The University community is invited to an open mic night hosted by the Center for Creativity and Pitt Active Minds to help destigmatize mental illness by offering participants a chance to share their experiences. The event takes place on March 4 in the William Pitt Union.