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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.
Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Honor Society, has honored Pitt’s Rory Cooper with the John P. McGovern Science and Society Award. Recipients of this award represent individuals who have supported
Michele Reid-Vazquez, associate professor of Africana Studies, has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute for Higher Education grant for her proposed institute,
The award, which comes with a $2,000 prize, recognizes a faculty member’s efforts to integrate diversity and inclusion concepts into courses and curricula.
University of Pittsburgh faculty member Waverly Duck has won the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction’s (SSSI) Charles Horton Cooley Book Award for “Tacit Racism.”
Nearly 70 entries from students, alumni, faculty, staff and the public celebrated the role of creativity in changing the world.
Here are five post-Diversity Forum 2021 actions that you can take to help create more just communities.
Former death row prisoner Anthony Ray Hinton shared his emotional story at the opening session of the 2021 Diversity Forum.
Early figures show a near 24% increase in Pell-eligible students coming to Pitt this fall compared to last year.
See how Instagram has transformed campus advocacy and learn how small changes can spark a movement at the 2021 Diversity Forum.
The School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences will partner with Pittsburgh Public Schools to give school-age children in under-resourced communities exposure to STEM-related professions and access
Diversity Forum 2021 is, well, diverse in its topics and speakers.
Hear from wrongfully accused former death row prisoner Anthony Ray Hinton, the co-founder of Stop AAPI Hate Russell Jeung and more.
Childbirth is a momentous time. It’s also one of the most significant biomechanical events in life. Steven Abramowitch is using computer models to learn more about the pelvis after delivery.