The Plan for Pitt: Promote Diversity and Inclusion

a person inside a bus
David Zahniser’s album, “The Crossroads,” is a musical exploration of the Hill District that blends standard Jewish tunes with jazz to create a soundscape of the neighborhood’s working class history.
A chainlink fence in the foreground with a brick wall and the silhouettes of at least 5 people in the background
The Pitt Prison Education Project brings together incarcerated students and college students to bridge gaps of difference, facilitate conversations and empower all.
A Zoom meeting with three participants
Miss last night’s event? Here’s your recap.
A police officer in a Pitt face mask standing next to a person in a gray shirt
The April 15 conversation ranged from police training at Pitt to a new student-focused committee that will address public safety concerns.
Quincy Johnston in a blue Pitt jacket and a white top
Join the Pitt Program Council lecture director on April 19 as she interviews “Queer Eye” host, author and activist Jonathan Van Ness.