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Legislators are starting to work on the state’s budget, and Pennsylvania students’ tuition discount is at risk. Here’s what you need to know.
Tracks for the virtual March 1 event include health equity, coalition building and environmental justice.
Second- and third-year residents will work in Tioga and Potter counties as part of the only such program in north-central Pennsylvania.
Tim Stevens has been advocating for Black people’s civil rights for 50 years.
Street Medicine at Pitt serves Pittsburghers without homes — and educates future medical professionals
On a cold night in January, students headed downtown to provide health care, cold weather supplies and a listening ear.
John Gallagher received special recognition from Francis Collins and Anthony Fauci for contributions to the National Institute of Health COVID-19 Guidelines Panel.
The initiative seeks to add 35 Black teachers to the Pittsburgh Public School District over seven years.
The honor is given to a Pitt student from any campus who has made an impact in the lives of children and adults with disabilities.
The annual event celebrates mutually beneficial partnerships with the University.
School of Education summer academy to complement Pittsburgh Promise’s Advancing Educators of Color scholarship
The scholarship aims to add 35 Black educators to the Pittsburgh Public School system in the next seven years.
The deadline is Feb. 18.
The center is dedicated to creating equitable pathways for students to gain the potential to enroll at Pitt or other select colleges and universities.
The annual awards recognize staff who demonstrate excellence in teaching and a commitment to learning.
Up to $8,000 will be allotted to approved proposals.
The University Art Gallery and Associate Professor Gina A. Garcia were honored this week for their work.
The award will be given to a Black community member who is making a difference at Pitt and throughout the greater community.
The deadline for the next round of funding is Feb. 1.
The funding program is looking for ideas that align with the new strategic plan and that make the University an even better place to learn, teach and work.
Revisit stories of the University’s impact around the commonwealth.
After a year’s absence, the Pitt community will come together to bring back the holiday service tradition.