David Fitz Named Vice President of Institutional Integration and Community Engagement at Pitt–Bradford

David Fitz in a gray suit and light pink dress shirt

David Fitz has been named vice president of institutional integration and community engagement at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

In the role, Fitz’s responsibilities will include increasing engagement between the Bradford community and the University. Fitz, who has served on Pitt–Bradford’s President’s Cabinet for the last several years, also will work closely with colleagues to develop a new strategic plan and provide oversight in its implementation.

Fitz has been with the University since 2011, when he became the vice president of academic affairs at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville. In 2012, when Pitt-Bradford assumed administrative responsibilities for the Titusville campus, he was named interim campus dean, then campus dean a year later.

“I have been very impressed with David and the strong and sound leadership he has provided to the Titusville campus for several years,” said Catherine Koverola, president of Pitt–Bradford and Pitt–Titusville. “I look forward to David helping us develop additional partnerships to further advance our mission.”

Previously, Fitz served as campus dean for Pitt–Titusville, where he will continue to have a presence: He will serve as interim executive director of the campus’s new Education and Training Hub, which launches in August. He will remain in that role until a permanent replacement is named.

“I am excited about serving the University in these new positions,” Fitz said. “I am thrilled to be helping Pitt–Bradford move forward with its strategic plan and to more fully integrate the campus and the Bradford community, and I am looking forward to helping the hub in Titusville succeed.”

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