The Plan for Pitt: Promote Diversity and Inclusion

Education’s Tessa McCarthy Receives National Research Award

Tessa McCarthy, assistant professor in the School of Education, received the 2019 Alan J. Koenig Research in Literacy...

Valerie Kinloch Served as Keynote for Equity Summit

Valerie Kinloch, the Renée and Richard Goldman Dean of the School of Education, was the keynote speaker for the ...

Info Session: Find Out How to Get Involved With the CEC in Homewood

The Community Engagement Center in Homewood will host its final info session for the semester for faculty and staff on Tuesday, Dec. 10.

Music Department Chair's Composition Performed in Poland and Boston

Mathew Rosenblum, chair of the Department of Music in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, is just back from...

Gina Garcia Appointed to Board of Directors of National Higher Education Organization

Gina Garcia, assistant professor in the University of Pittsburgh School of Education, has been elected to the board of directors...
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.
Faculty, staff and students at the Pitt STRIVE program's 2019 retreat.

Pitt STRIVE Program Receives UPSIDE Award

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion named the Swanson School of Engineering’s Pitt STRIVE Program the winner of the 2019 University Prize for Strategic, Inclusive, and Diverse Excellence Award.
Sam Shear and Margo Shear

Living History

As a communications manager, Margo Shear Fischgrund looks for angles in stories that encourage personal and emotional connections to bring a reader closer to a story. With “Lest We Forget,” the emotional connection was something she didn’t need to go searching for.
A role-playing scenario at the Citizens Policy Academy

Police Academy Pitt: Staff, Faculty and Students on Patrol

Through an eight-week course on topics including criminal and traffic law and safe firearm handling, Pitt Police’s Citizens Police Academy aims to connect faculty, staff and students with the police department that serves them.
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.