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The 14-month program will pay students and provide full tuition, with an aim to diversify the region’s dental health care workforce.
Join these Pitt groups, plus learn about community resources for those who have or are interested in Hispanic heritage.
In a new publication, Pitt researchers share how they crafted a guide that prioritizes safety for field researchers from marginalized groups.
The new Latin American Cultural Center and Museum houses art, programming and 20,000 years’ worth of history. Here’s how Pitt people and the community made it happen.
The weeklong collaboration with the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center will welcome past and present Indigenous University community members and educate newcomers on Native cultures.
From a night of salsa music to a lively street festival, here are just some of the activities commemorating the month at Pitt and beyond.
Angie Cruz’s “How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water” tells the story of a “God-awful” middle-aged heroine looking for work. Join Cruz at a Sept. 13 book launch event.
Best Colleges recognized Pitt's gender-inclusive housing, comprehensive resources and integration of LGBTQIA+ students in Greek Life.
Students learn a range of technical skills including introductory digital literacy, cyber ethics and systems security.
The four-day event sparked learning, conversations and connections. Here’s a recap.
During one of the forum’s dozens of events, art was celebrated as a source of joy, resilience and community.
This Pitt-led program will help underrepresented minorities in science and medicine move into leadership roles
The multi-institutional TRANSFORM program supports mid-career faculty during a pivotal time for growth.
The University’s signature inclusion event features 65 free sessions that will help participants learn, heal and grow. Here’s a preview of the workshops, performances and art.
Elyse Mark, student coordinator for Pitt’s Medical Student Pride Alliance, received the inaugural Dena Hofkosh Award.
Meet Jennifer Barnes, Pitt’s supplier diversity and sustainability coordinator who’s helping Pennsylvania businesses thrive at Pitt.
From music to markets, here’s how to observe the holiday in Pittsburgh.
Christine and Brigette Bethea of Argyle Studio and ULEADx are pairing with Pitt people to give artists and leaders a leg up in Pittsburgh.
Bria Walker’s recent production of “Emilia” featured three women of color playing the main role. It’s the latest example of her work to tell more people’s stories onstage.
The pioneering efforts, including hiring a new rural recruiter, are boosting geographic diversity at the University of Pittsburgh.
Four Pittsburgh researchers, including Pitt economist Lise Vesterlund, are putting a stop to women’s dead-end work with their new book, out May 3.