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A group from Pitt recently took a 2,300-mile journey through historical sites in the South called “Returning to the Roots of Civil Rights.” This "classroom on the road" offered students opportunities to speak with some of America's most famous civil rights advocates.
College of General Studies graduate Syed Kaleem's work at Just Harvest and the Islamic Center of Pittsburgh food pantry has helped to prepare him to tackle difficult, large-scale issues at the intersection of health and policy.
A U.S. Army National Guard member, Chen graduated with a neuroscience degree. When he's not organizing TEDx events on campus, he's probably in the lab researching drugs to treat neuromuscular disorders.
Pitt graduate Tamara Farrell
A graduate with degrees in economics and statistics and in gender, sexuality and women's studies, Tamara Farrell made the most of her time at Pitt in leadership positions and mentoring young students from diverse backgrounds.
Inspired by a talk on local queer history, Grewe began archiving gay and lesbian newspapers, magazines and other documents. He graduated April 30 with dual degrees in gender, sexuality and women's studies and psychology.
Rachel Fryatt assists children
Audiology student Rachel Fryatt recognized a need at the Birmingham Free Clinic and took action.