Office of the Provost

a laptop with Panthers stickers on it
As the fall semester approaches, schools and departments at Pitt are working to reinvent the usual ways of teaching and learning. Read about the latest developments in Flex@Pitt and how the Swanson School of Engineering is flexing its creative muscles for the benefit of students and faculty alike.
Three seedlings in the soil
The 2020 Pitt Seed Grant winners span departments, Community Engagement Centers and regional campuses in subjects as varied as dependent care, STEM research and National Science Foundation grant preparation. The program, now in its third year, supports projects that align with the six goals in The Plan for Pitt.
Carissa Schively Slotterback in a blue jacket and light blue dress shirt
Carissa Schively Slotterback will join Pitt as the dean of the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs on Oct. 1. She is currently the associate dean of the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota.
Lu-in Wang in a gray shirt in a library
A professor of law focused on ordinary and extraordinary forms of discrimination, Lu-in Wang will serve as vice provost for faculty affairs beginning July 1, 2020.
A student walks on campus, with the Cathedral of Learning in the background
With the University operating in a modified status, internal planning to ramp up physical operations has begun. Three task forces are envisioning the process from multiple perspectives to align with public safety guidance.
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Pitt2Pitt provides spring 2020 graduates streamlined admissions and additional funding to continue their education at Pitt in areas like public health, data science and management.
A family watches commencement online
In-person commencement ceremonies have been postponed, but Pitt will offer a unique celebration honoring the achievements of the Class of 2020 virtually on Sunday, April 26.
Cynthia Golden, associate vice provost and executive director of Pitt’s Center for Teaching and Learning, has advice for faculty members as they shift their courses online.