The Plan for Pitt: Strengthen Communities

Empty theater with paper bags in each of its 500 seats
The 500-seat theater “sold out” on April 24 with more than $10,000 in donations to Bradford’s soup kitchen.
Scope and Scalpel, the medical school’s satirical and punny student tradition, is aiming for a part live, part virtual play this year. See behind the scenes of “Cramilton.”
A Zoom meeting with three participants
Miss last night’s event? Here’s your recap.
Two people in neon yellow shirts with face masks packing a bag
Throughout the past year, students, faculty and staff have found creative ways to keep tutoring, gardening and donating to their communities. During National Volunteer Week, find out how you can join them.
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.
A blue sign that reads "Pitt COVID Concern Connection" with a photo of a telephone next to it
Reports to the Pitt COVID Concern Connection have increased slightly since the March update. See the latest data and reminders for the end of the term.
LIchtveld holding up two signs that say "Vaccines work! #H2P" and "Science RULES!"
Maureen Lichtveld moved to Pittsburgh and took the helm of Pitt Public Health during the darkest days of the pandemic. A recent vaccination clinic at the Pete showed her brighter days ahead.