The Plan for Pitt: Strengthen Communities

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Pitt’s Minoritized Orientation and Gender Identities Graduate and Professional Alliance (MOGI) convened a panel of transgender members of the University community to share their own experiences and offer thoughts on what Pitt does well—and what it could do better.
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Celebrate Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week with special events and activities, including a look back at some of our favorite stories about grad students.
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Book excerpt: Pitt alumna Paria Hassouri’s (A&S ’94, MED ’99) memoir, “Found in Transition: A Mother’s Evolution During Her Child’s Gender Change,” weaves her story of growing up as an immigrant and outsider into her daughter’s story of gender transition.
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Larry E. Davis, dean of Pitt’s School of Social Work from 2001-2018 and founding director of its Center on Race and Social Problems, died on March 30. Members of Pitt’s community are sharing reflections about Davis and his many contributions to the University and race, civil rights and social justice.
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On National Doctors' Day, in this year when the fragility of our health has taken on poignant new meaning, honor physicians who are working year-round to protect our health and wellbeing. From Pitt Med magazine: In 2015, alum Henri Ford successfully led the first separation of conjoined siblings in his native Haiti. Read about Ford and rediscover more stories of Pitt physicians strengthening their communities.
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The University Counseling Center offers free virtual drop-in hours throughout the week for any student, grad or undergrad, on or off campus, part or full time. Take advantage of the service.
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The Innovative Mentoring and Professional Advancement Through Cultural Training (IMPACT) program is a multi-university effort to diversify audiology and speech-language pathology graduate schools—and not just at Pitt.