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This year's theme is the Blue, Gold and Black Experience.
The program's goals are to engage more faculty to conduct research, educate students and engage in service.
The center is dedicated to creating equitable pathways for students to gain the potential to enroll at Pitt or other select colleges and universities.
Randi Congleton adds a personal touch to equity and inclusion.
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 award is given to faculty who have successfully integrated diversity in the curriculum and inclusion in the classroom.
The new director will evaluate teaching initiatives and work with faculty to assess the learning process.
On Jan. 15, 1969, students in the Black Action Society staged a nonviolent sit-in to demand change from Pitt. Read four participants’ accounts in this oral history.
The virtual event starts at 11:30 a.m.
The Martin Luther King Day of Service and the Martin Luther King Social Justice Symposium will be rescheduled for later this spring, due to the University’s shelter-in-place policy.
“Until I am Free: Fannie Lou Hamer’s Enduring Message to America” was published by Beacon Press in 2021.
Students are addressing issues including health disparities in transgender communities and links between racism and asthma.
A sustainability course inspired three students to create a garden and educational campaign that will honor Aborigine American, Indigenous and Native cultural groups.
The forum gave attendees a chance to discuss solutions to pressing health issues in the Homewood community and beyond.
This year’s theme was addressing hunger with bits and bytes.
Recipients of this award represent individuals who have supported research, the communication of science and the impact of science on society.
The $250,000 from the Richard King Mellon Foundation will both support Black faculty at Pitt and address Black maternal and infant health in Western Pennsylvania and beyond.
Vice Chancellor Clyde Wilson Pickett shares what he’s been doing to create a more equitable and inclusive university.
COVID-19 Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists will support researchers with family caregiving responsibilities
The gift will support at least 250 biomedical early-career faculty at medical schools and their affiliated hospitals in 17 states.