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When COVID-19 Is Confirmed on Campus

What does Pitt do when there is a positive case of COVID-19? The University has responsive steps and protocols in place to limit the spread. Here’s what faculty and staff need to know.
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Modeling Community Engaged Work

More than 250 people attended the Community Engaged Scholarship Forum, now in its second year. Five projects were honored for reflecting Pitt’s highest community engagement aspirations.
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Faculty, Staff Commitments Contribute to Carbon Reductions

The University is aiming for a new goal: becoming carbon neutral by 2037. Here are ways employees can contribute to this initiative while at work and reduce their carbon footprint at home.

Clean and Swap Event Supports Sustainability, Recyclemania

Bring unwanted electronics, paper products, furniture or other office supplies to the O’Hara Student Center for a clean and swap event, part of Pitt’s participation in Recyclemania and dedication to sustainability.
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Pitt Day of Giving Participation, Outcomes Show There’s a Place for Everyone

Next Tuesday, Feb. 25, Pitt faculty, staff, alumni and friends have an opportunity to participate in the fourth-annual daylong philanthropy blitz which helps to fund transformational experiences that have an impact far beyond the Pitt community.
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5 Ways to Get Involved in Community Engagement

Years of dedication from the Pitt community helped Pitt earn the prestigious Carnegie Community Engagement Classification designation. Here are five ways that faculty and staff can get involved and keep the momentum going.
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Pitt Dining Keeps Meal Options Fresh

New concept eateries and the return of longtime favorites aren’t the only exciting choices staff and faculty will find when exploring Pitt Dining options—they might even get their meal delivered by robots.
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Public Art Makes Campus More Vibrant

A new Art on Campus initiative will serve to enrich information about current artworks on the Pittsburgh campus, as well as recommend locations for installations of new acquisitions and donations.
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Get to Know the Office of Diversity and Inclusion

With a newly expanded team and two divisions, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion is focused on serving the campus more holistically. With the expansion comes an even bigger charge to ensure faculty, staff and students are aware of its services.
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New Office Dedicated to Prevention of Sexual Violence

Carrie Benson will lead the new education and prevention office which will focus on stopping sexual violence before it starts.