Philanthropic and Alumni Engagement

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Koffi Kengbo (GSPIA ’21) wants to return to Togo to help give people the freedom to speak up.
A man in an orange hazmat suit and mask looks at a culture plate
In the latest Pitt Perspective, see how the University is fighting COVID-19 by questioning conventional wisdom and finding new approaches to research, treatment and vaccine development.
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Pitt alumni and students are doing their part on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, both at home and abroad. Hear their stories.
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, Pitt leaders and staff kept our campuses safe and functioning. Watch how it all happened in “Reinventing Life on Campus during COVID-19,” part of the new Pitt Perspectives on Navigating a Pandemic series.
The Pitt Day of Giving logo—a Cathedral of Learning in blue with the words "Day of Giving: 2.23.21" superimposed
More than 11,100 donors from all 50 states gave to scholarships, research, academic programs, student organizations, athletics and other University vital initiatives. See who won challenge funds and the Color Your Cathy contest.
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University of Pittsburgh community members—including a network of more than 10,000 alumni in the health care field—are engaged in a global fight against COVID-19. We are honored to call them Panthers and proud to share their snapshots from the field.
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