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A vaccine clinic in Homewood helped more than 400 people get their flu and COVID-19 vaccines this week
Sponsored by a half dozen local organizations, including Pitt, the clinic boosted access to the life-saving shots.
Reeser will spend next spring in residence at the university to work on a book project exploring trans representation and conceptions of French citizenship.
The winners of the award, which recognizes those who promote justice, will be honored at a Nov. 11 event.
The two-year grant will be used to help companies large and small to improve overall business practices, environmental quality and economic equality.
The award recognizes the outstanding efforts of a Pitt employee in creating a more just, equitable and inclusive community.
The award will be presented to the University of Pittsburgh school, division, department or unit making a significant contribution to fostering equity, diversity and inclusion in our community.
Projects that address tooth decay in kids, parenting while Black and ventilator-associated pneumonia each took home $115,000 in this year’s Pitt Innovation Challenge.
A new FDA proposal could put hearing aids in the domain of pharmacists. Pitt professors want to make sure they’ll be ready.
Valerie Kinloch will chair the National Council of Teachers of English's annual convention this November
Kinloch selected “Equity, Justice and Antiracist Teaching” as the conference’s theme.
Several panel moderators described the virtual conference’s first day as moving. The events are free and open to all.
Members and advisors of the group say it’s an important cultural and social space for Pitt’s growing Latinx student population, which has doubled since 2011.
Food, fun and feather headdresses made for a vibrant scene outside the William Pitt Union during the Center for Latin American Studies’ annual festival, held at Pitt since 1979. See the photos.
Facilities apprenticeship program brings new levels of Hill District community partnership and collaboration
The new program is providing meaningful career opportunities for residents like Lemel Alexander.
The introduction of the Latinx Connect Conference offers more opportunity for dialogue and education about the diverse diaspora of the Latinx and Hispanic community on campus and beyond.
Congleton will join Pitt in November from Chatham University.
You can see the “Say Her Name Memorial Gown” through Sept. 24 at the University Art Gallery.
The first-of-its-kind program gives up to $5,000 and exclusive mentoring to participants. Applications for this year are due Sept. 26.
A Sept. 13 virtual lecture by Sen. Bob Casey will address the pandemic’s impact on people with disabilities and the need to bolster home- and community-based services.
The inaugural position will lead continued antiracist initiatives at the school.
Art panels along Alumni Walk will showcase work from 17 artists from the University community, including regional artists. It will be on display in Oakland for two weeks.