Office of Community and Governmental Relations

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Pitt Works with Community Orgs to Supply Laptops, Tech Support to Area Families

Efforts from Pitt’s Office of Community and Governmental Relations and Information Technology have provided much-needed hardware and IT support to the Pittsburgh community.

Program Connects Pitt Community for Shopping, Delivery Help

Ben Rottman, associate professor in the Department of Psychology, wanted to make it easier for people to find the help...
Kathy Humphrey speaks at the Community Engaged Scholarship Forum

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.

Five Partnerships Receive Distinction at Community Engaged Scholarship Forum

More than 250 people attended the Community Engaged Scholarship Forum (CESF), now in its second year at Pitt, on Tuesday...
Amy Kleebank with her daughter Amelia at Staff Council's Pitt Day at Kennywood, wearing bright yellow Pitt shirts. Amelia has face painting on her right eye.

Sharing with Harrisburg How Pitt’s Research Changes—and Saves—Lives

For Amy Kleebank, art director in the Office of University Communications and Marketing, meeting legislators during Pitt Day in Harrisburg is a way to advocate for the University whose research saved her daughter’s life.

Spring Safety Fair Is March 5

All members of the Pitt community are invited to the University’s Spring Safety Fair on Thursday, March 5, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the William Pitt Union.

Register for Pitt Day in Harrisburg on March 17

Join alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of Pitt to urge legislators to make Pitt a budget priority.

February Community Dinner, Faculty and Staff Info Session at CEC in Homewood

Members of the Pitt community are invited to the Community Engagement Center in Homewood to learn more about the center’s programs and meet its staff and members.
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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.

Jamie Ducar Earns Second Micro-Credential in Community Engagement

Jamie Ducar, director of community engagement in the Office of Community and Governmental Relations, has earned a micro-...