The Plan for Pitt: Strengthen Communities

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Pitt Turns Teal for a Virtual Sexual Assault Awareness Month

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion leads a campuswide committee devoted to advocating for sexual assault awareness virtually this April.

Pitt Professor’s Porch Pantry Supports Neighbors in Need

Before the pandemic outbreak, Carla Chugani, assistant professor of pediatrics in the School of Medicine and Dormont...
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Outstanding Faculty Receive Chancellor’s Distinguished Awards

Sixteen faculty from across the University have been honored with 2020 Chancellor’s Distinguished Public Service, Research and Teaching awards.
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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...

Social Work's Jaime Booth Honored for Work with Teens

Assistant Professor of Social Work Jaime Booth was recently awarded the Deborah K. Padgett Early Career Achievement Award from...

Share Stories of Service with the Veterans Breakfast Club

Veterans involved in higher education will come together to share their stories over lunch at the University Club on Feb. 28.
The KanKouran West African Dance Company dancing on stage in bright multicolored attire.

Black History Month Programming Celebrates Activism and Arts

Events throughout February celebrate Black History Month, which culminates with the University’s signature K. Leroy Irvis program, themed “Black to the Future.”
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Pitt Day of Giving Participation, Outcomes Show There’s a Place for Everyone

Next Tuesday, Feb. 25, Pitt faculty, staff, alumni and friends have an opportunity to participate in the fourth-annual daylong philanthropy blitz which helps to fund transformational experiences that have an impact far beyond the Pitt community.

Pitt Earns 2020-2021 Military Friendly Designation Across Campuses

The University of Pittsburgh has been recognized for its support for students in the military community. For the ninth...