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14 projects won Year of Emotional Well-Being funding

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The Office of the Provost announced 14 winners from its first round of proposals for projects connected to the University’s annual theme of emotional well-being.

Pitt awarded up to $5,000 to support interdisciplinary events and activities that involve many areas of the University and the broader community. The programs sponsored by the Year of Emotional Well-Being also foster community and conversation around restoring and enhancing mental health and wellness.

Here are the winning projects:

  • 2023 Super Analytics Challenge — Finale Planning
  • BCAP Youth Arts Program
  • Don’t Be Lonely at Work
  • Giving Voice and Making Space: Understanding Concepts of Emotional Well-Being in Order to Support Researchers and Their Fields of Study
  • Integrating Attention to Emotional Well-Being Into Healthcare-Focused Forums
  • Joy Is an Act of Resistance
  • Love Data Week 2023
  • Mental Health Champion Certificate Program
  • Scholarship and Self-Care: Strategies to Improve the Well-Being of Single Mothers in Higher Education
  • Stay Ready Medical Education
  • “Struggling in Silence” Documentary
  • The Art of Healing Through Poetry and Connection
  • The Sleep Center
  • Writing and Healing Arts: Stories Can Make Us Whole