Register for 2020 Community Engaged Scholarship Forum

On Tuesday, March 3, members of the Pitt community are invited to the William Pitt Union to attend the 2020 Community Engaged Scholarship Forum.

Hosted by Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd and Senior Vice Chancellor for Engagement Kathy Humphrey, the CESF is an opportunity for members of the University community to learn more about community-engaged work, explore partnerships and network with others who do similar work.

With a theme of “Progress Through Partnerships: Building Momentum Together,” the daylong conference provides an opportunity to elevate and celebrate the diversity of community engaged partnerships happening on-campus and across the region.

The winners of this year’s Partnerships of Distinction Awards will be announced during the CESF, which will also feature a keynote presentation by Diana Bucco, president of the Buhl Foundation.

Read more about the 2020 CESF and register online.