Alumni

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Alumni Travel

Experience the world and create lasting memories through the Pitt Alumni Travel Program. Read More »
Lisa Maddox

Alumna, Paralympic Hopeful Courts Victory

Lisa Maddox (MED ’95) has won 17 titles and finished 2017 as No. 1 in the United States Tennis Association’s Wheelchair Tennis Women’s A division. Next up: reaching the 2020 Paralympics. Read More »
Byong Hyon Kwon

Change Agents

Meet Byong Hyon Kwon and other Pitt alumni who helped to build modern South Korea. Read More »
Anne Keenan

Alumna Delivers Donated Books to Children

Anne Keenan's (A&S '81) nonprofit, Reading Recycled, has delivered more than 18,000 books to young readers in Philadelphia-area schools, homeless shelters, and other community spots. Read More »
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Reconnect, Network, Serve

Reconnect, network, serve, and enjoy membership discounts by joining the Pitt Alumni Association. Read More »
Carolyn Kellogg

All Booked Up

As books editor of the Los Angeles Times, alum Carolyn Kellogg combines curiosity, a sharp critical eye, and a voracious appetite for reading. Read More »
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The Pitt Alumni Association engages and enriches the University’s approximately 307,000 alumni worldwide.

It’s the gateway for a global network of alumni and students who champion Pitt and one another. Learn More | Get Involved

 

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Hail to Pitt!

From the Oakland Zoo to rubbing the panther statue’s nose for good luck, Pitt pride thrives in our traditions.

 

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Alumni History & Memories

Learn about Pitt’s proud legacy, browse through digitized yearbooks, read reminiscences by fellow alumni, and post your own Pitt memory.

 

Michael Chabon

The Company You Keep

Pitt alumni have excelled in nearly every profession, from arts and entertainment (novelist Michael Chabon, left, and Hollywood legend Gene Kelly) to environmentalism (Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Muta Maathai)…from science and technology (MRI discoverer Paul Lauterbur and “Father of Television” Vladimir Zworykin) to sports (football icons Tony Dorsett, Mike Ditka and Dan Marino).