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Group of students standing at a table playing Jenga
An 18-year-old may have thousands of “friends” on social media, but feel hopelessly alone the first time they set foot on a college campus. It’s a problem common to many incoming first-year students or others new to campus. But Pitt and its current students have solutions to offer.
Chancellor Gallagher hugging a man in a suit
More than 400 celebrants gathered for the grand opening of Pitt’s first Community Engagement Center — a long-term commitment in the East End neighborhood that’s much more than a building.
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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.
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Pitt staffers Misti McKeehen and Kristen Maser Michaels are included in theincline.com’s Who’s Next listing of the top 20 up-and-...