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The Plan for Pitt: Build Foundational Strength

Pitt Day of Giving Celebration to Feature Food and Giveaways

The Office of Institutional Advancement is inviting the faculty and staff community to join a celebration to support scholarships, research, academic programs and student activities.

Pitt Sets Record for Low Employee Injury Rate

Pitt has set a record-low employee injury rate for the third year in a row. The University’s 2018 employee...
Terry Laughlin

Former Trustee, Alumnus Terry Laughlin Honored with $2M Gift to University

A $2 million gift to the University has been made the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. The gift will establish the Terrence Laughlin Chair in Finance in the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business.
Group photo of Pitt Day in Harrisburg participants

Register Now for Pitt Day in Harrisburg on March 26

Join faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of Pitt to urge legislators to make Pitt a budget priority on March 26. Registration ends March 8.

Pitt Joins EPA’s Green Power Partnership

Pitt has joined the US Environmental Protection Agency Green Power Partnership. The program aims to increase the use of...

Urban Studies Advisor Recognized for Outstanding Work

Carolyn Carson, coordinator and undergraduate advisor in the Urban Studies program and senior lecturer in the Department...

Six Receive Mascaro Faculty Program in Sustainability Awards

Pitt’s Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation (MCSI) has named the 2019 awardees in the John C. Mascaro Faculty...

Historical Marker on Campus Celebrates City’s Early Radium Industry Ties

A Pennsylvania Historical Marker commemorating Standard Chemical Company and its role in radium production has been...

Pitt–Greensburg Nursing Program Awarded $1.5 Million

The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg was recently awarded $1.5 million in grant money by the Katherine Mabis...

Study Assesses University-wide IT Climate, Makes Recommendations for Improvements

University leaders are seeking input from the Pitt community as they prepare to move forward on recommendations for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Pitt’s information technology.