Office of the Provost

The Cathedral of Learning

Awards Honor Partnerships with Community Impact

The Senior Vice Chancellor for Engagement’s Partnerships of Distinction awards recognize collaborations that benefit the University and community. The deadline for award submissions and forum proposals is Sunday, Dec. 15.
Less-Commonly-Taught Language center faculty Alana DeLoge teaching Quechua with student

Latinx Cluster Hire Initiative Seeks Proposals by Feb. 15

Statements of interest and proposals for new faculty focused on issues of the Latinx community are invited for the Office of the Provost’s Latinx cluster-hiring initiative.
Awardees of the Provost's Award for Diversity in the Curriculum

Intentional Steps: Faculty Members Recognized for Diversity and Inclusion

For their commitment to incorporating diversity into their coursework, faculty from across the University were recognized with the Provost’s Award for Diversity in the Curriculum.
Global Distinction

Preparing Students to be Distinctly Global

The first Interdisciplinary Transcript Distinction incorporates a curated combination of curricular and experiential learning activities to support student growth and development in global competency.
Community Engaged Scholarship Forum

Conference and Community of Practice Drive Faculty and Staff Engagement

The offices of the Provost and Community and Governmental Affairs will host the Community Engaged Scholarship Forum and Staff Community of Practice to elevate and facilitate academic engagement in the community.

Provost’s Office Hour: Tuesday, Nov. 19

Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd invites faculty, staff and students to share suggestions and feedback.
Cathedral of Learning

Pitt Seed Special Cycle to Fund Projects that Aim to Prevent Sexual Misconduct

This special funding cycle—a rapid-fire investment supported by the Office of the Chancellor—is one of the first steps in creating a foundation for a community-driven response to address the prevention of sexual misconduct on campus.
Steve Wisniewski

Brainstorming Ways Universities Can Use Data

As Pitt's Advanced Analytics Summit returns this week for its second year, more than 30 academic institutions will gather to explore how to better use deep data in higher education.

U.N. Forum Focuses on Pittsburgh as Leader in Advancing Sustainable Development Goals

A forum during the 74th United Nations General Assembly featured Ann E. Cudd, Pitt’s provost and senior vice chancellor,...
Students paint flowerpots in front of the Cathedral for PARKing Day

PARK(ing) Day Creativity to Last All Year

From the School of Medicine’s Center for Biologic Imaging to Surplus Property, more than a dozen University departments and organizations transformed urban space to celebrate PARK(ing) Day 2019 and officially kick off the Year of Creativity.