The Plan for Pitt: Build Foundational Strength

a person in blue walking near the Cathedral after a rain shower
Meet the members of Pitt’s Healthcare Advisory Group—a team tasked with monitoring the health status of campus and making decisions about policy for COVID-19.
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.
A panther statue with a face mask on
Established by Pitt’s Healthcare Advisory Group, three operational postures have been developed to guide the University in how restricted its activity levels should be. The postures are important for all members of the Pitt community to know and understand.
Ruth Mullen in a blue shirt and holding a spray bottle with a rag
Pitt students, faculty, staff and families are getting the first look at what an on-campus experience will look and feel like when some faculty and staff return to on-campus work and students are welcomed back for the fall.
a Zoom screenshot, where Richards is holding a gavel and smiling
Outgoing chair of the Board of Trustees Eva Tansky Blum symbolically passed the gavel to new chair Thomas E. Richards, new trustees were announced and Chancellor Patrick Gallagher spoke on Pitt’s resilience during the global crises of COVID-19 and racial injustice.
John Wallace in a dark gray suit and white collared shirt, with other people behind him
John Wallace, the David E. Epperson Endowed Chair in the School of Social Work, will serve as vice provost for faculty diversity and development beginning July 1, 2020.
an aerial view of the Pittsburgh campus
The University will provide student residences in multiple hotels near the Pittsburgh campus under a plan approved today by the Property and Facilities Committee of the University’s Board of Trustees. The move is aimed at helping to reduce risk of COVID-19 transmission.
A person rides a bicycle next to a green field with the cathedral of learning in the distance
Pitt announced that it is designating the second round of COVID-19 relief funding to projects that will allow students to safely return to campus in the fall.