Pitt Alumni Association

Roger Glunt in a black suit and red tie, holding hands and laughing with Lee Glunt, his wife, wearing a tan jacket.
Heinz Memorial Chapel holds a special place in Pitt alumnus’ Roger Glunt’s memories: It was a refuge from the stressful academic life during his student days as well as a place where he and his wife, Lee, renewed their wedding vows—twice. Weddings at the Chapel have a long tradition at Pitt, and an all-in-one package offers the opportunity for a simplified ceremony in the spectacular setting that so inspired Glunt.
the Cathedral on a blue-sky day
man on knee holding a rose up to a standing woman
Heinz Memorial Chapel opens its doors for couples to proclaim their love anew during an informal Homecoming weekend event.
a photo of Pitt's seal, cast in a blue light
The University of Pittsburgh Board of Trustees approved the hiring of a chief investment officer and a treasurer for the University during its June 29 meeting. It also elected five new members.
mascot Roc in front of the capitol building in Harrisburg
As state legislators begin working to pass a budget by June 30, students, alumni, faculty and staff journeyed from Oakland to Harrisburg to call for predictable and adequate funding for Pitt.
Patricia Beeson headshot, wearing black/white jacket
An app matching students to tutors and a Netflix-like recommendation system to find mentors are among the projects funded by the Office of the Provost’s first Personalized Education Grants Program.
young woman in an I (heart) Pitt shirt
Over its 10 years, volunteers for Pitt Make a Difference Day have given 120,000 cumulative hours of service — and this year, it went national.
Frank Ning
Increasingly, universities are looking to their alumni in China for help creating important international links, and for the University of Pittsburgh, that effort is being bolstered by one key graduate.