The Plan for Pitt: Embrace the World

Emily Monroe with a young boy reading a book in front of a bookcase

Nonprofit Founded by Pitt Alumna Helps Working Moms in Honduras

Many women working in Copán Ruinas can't afford childcare, forcing them to leave their children alone or in overcrowded, underfunded orphanages. The team at Casita Copán, a nonprofit founded by Emily Monroe, has created a better option.
Hogan in front of a blue background and an American flag

U.S. Ambassador to Moldova Credits Pitt Education for Broad Worldview

Dereck Hogan (A&S ’95) was recently appointed U.S. ambassador to the Republic of Moldova and he says a political philosophy class at Pitt sent him on his path. Interested in foreign service? Other Pitt alumni who have served offer advice.
Juliette Rihl pictured seated in shorts and tank top in front of a view of mountains, water and cloudy sky

Pitt Ranked Among Top Producers of Fulbright U.S. Students for 2018–19 Academic Year

This is the eighth time in nine years that Pitt has been ranked in the U.S. Student Program category. The program supplies grants for individually designed study and research projects or for English Teaching Assistant Programs around the world.
Barson in a yellow jacket with gray lapels

Jazz Studies PhD Student Debuts New Opera

Gyawali smiling

Alumna Wins Schwarzman Scholarship

Sangya Gyawali (A&S ’16), who studied anthropology and economics, is headed to Tsinghua University for a prestigious program that aims to help future leaders better understand China and its role in global affairs.
a menorah and dreidel atop a blue cloth

Holiday Open House Honors Customs, Gives Sneak Peek to Newest Nationality Room

Held each year in the Cathedral of Learning, the Holiday Open House will feature performances, food and crafts, as well as tours of the festively decorated Nationality Rooms. This Sunday’s events also include a sneak peek at the newest room.
side profile of Singh

Research Duo Honored With Achievement Awards for Tackling Global Health Problems

Professor P.S. Reddy and alumnus Tushar Singh (GSPH ’14) recently received Sheth International Achievement Awards for their work in developing nations. Singh, now at the CDC, trained medical workers during the Ebola epidemic.