The Plan for Pitt: Build Foundational Strength

People in masks holding up signs, one saying "Equity = Health"
See how Instagram has transformed campus advocacy and learn how small changes can spark a movement at the 2021 Diversity Forum. Check out the student presenters and student-focused sessions just for you.
Two students push Pitt carts
Incoming students: A new Pitt Arrival website has launched with all the information you need to know about move-in on the Pittsburgh campus. Get details about shipping your stuff, health rules, housing and more.
Tablet that says "Pitt Magazine" on a blue background
Laura Clark Rohrer, editor-in-chief of Pitt Magazine, introduces the alumni publication’s first-ever fully digital issue. Watch for a mini documentary on George Romero, music from Uganda, an alum’s book excerpt translated into American Sign Language and more.
Carla Panzella in a black suit
Following a comprehensive national search, Carla Panzella has been named Pitt’s new dean of students. She comes to Pitt from Salem State University.
N. John Cooper in a dark suit and a blue shirt
As deputy vice chancellor for research, N. John Cooper helped to establish the Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor for Research in 2018. His long career at Pitt has also included service as a dean and department chair.
Cathedral of Learning after the rain
The Pitt Seed Grant program, now in its fourth year, will provide funding to projects from 16 units, schools and divisions across the University and support the goals of Pitt’s strategic plan.
A collection of hardcover books
Actor, bibliophile and philanthropist Richard E. Rauh (A&S ’62, ’64G) has donated his rare book collection to the University of Pittsburgh Library System. Items in the collection include early editions of “Huckleberry Finn,” “The Great Gatsby,” “Frankenstein” and much more.
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