In Memoriam


Inspired by their son, the Weitzels advocate for better care for disabled people

The couple, who met at Pitt, created the School of Dental Medicine's Joshua Benjamin Weitzel Fund for Special Needs Dentistry.

A Pitt Law alumnus is speaking out to inspire companies to achieve the unthinkable

A chance encounter taught Ron Mitchell the value of his voice, which is now a bright light for businesses large and small.

How Jesse Horst is connecting students to the history and heartbeat of Havana

In part thanks to relationships he built in Cuba’s capital as a Pitt graduate student, this alumnus has created a competitive and immersive study abroad experience.

This CGS alumna helped bring honor to nontraditional students

The 50th anniversary exhibit of honor society recalls outreach to part-time and nontraditional students.

A Pitt2Pitt scholarship helped launch this librarian’s career

Alumna Dagny Felker turned her love of language into a job at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

This recent graduate is following in her father's footsteps all the way to Ecuador

And, Mollie Foladare was among the first to serve with the Peace Corps post-pandemic.

A Pitt professor reflects on his grandfather's wisdom in a new memoir

Plus, three more books by alumni authors are out now.

A career in IndyCar has taken this Pitt alumna for a wild ride

After more than a decade, Kate Gundlach has the experience and clout to hold one of the sport’s top engineering jobs and work for one of its most talented, unpredictable drivers.

After living in cities across the US, this alum is ready to invest in his hometown

Since graduating from Pitt in 1980, David Motley has amassed quite a career as a venture capitalist, real estate developer and corporate executive.

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