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Pitt’s latest affordability initiative welcomes its inaugural class

The Kessler Scholars Program will support these first-generation students throughout their four years to make sure they belong and thrive at Pitt.

A monthlong celebration will mark the rich heritage of Pittsburgh’s Latinx and Hispanic communities

Organizers hope festivals, art exhibits, professional development sessions and other events will show participants the nation’s largest ethnic group is not a monolith.

Leadership changes in the Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion will help advance its work

Clyde Wilson Pickett has named a new assistant vice chancellor and promoted two staffers in recent moves to strengthen equity work at Pitt.

Pittsburgh’s 2nd annual Indigenous Cultural Festival will celebrate the region’s indigenous residents

Everyone regardless of background is invited to the Sept. 18-24 festivities, which include a mini powwow and special exhibits at Pitt.

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