Chancellor's Circle Update, March 2019

Chancellor's Circle March Newsletter
Pitt Sets Single-Day Record with Gifts from 6,346 Donors

Gifts were made to every school, college, and campus during the third annual Pitt Day of Giving.

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Pitt Provided a Launchpad for This World Traveler and Successful Publisher

Johanna Schmid credits her roots at Pitt for her success and wants to make sure others have the same opportunity.

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He’s Advancing Science, One Parasite at a Time

Pitt senior Matthew Benczkowski thinks about parasites and viruses in the hopes that someday, others won’t have to.

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Her Leadership Among Alumni Is Evident

Pitt alumni in Central Pennsylvania benefit from the energy and commitment of Valerie Corbin Ketchen.

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Their Pitt Story Started on the 35th Floor of the Cathedral of Learning

Despite having been out of college for less than a decade, the Bellancas are endowing a scholarship.

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From Chancellor's Circle Chair Emil Spadafore

From our undergrad years to our golden years, we’re keeping Pitt and a desire to learn in our hearts. READ MORE.

Osher: College-level Learning Without “Test Anxiety”

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute members find social bonds along with new knowledge. READ MORE.

Year of Pitt Global Welcomes Alumni and Friends

With more than 100 events, there is something to pique everyone’s global curiosity. READ MORE.

Create a Gift Strategy with Life Insurance that Benefits Both You and Pitt

There is more than one way to use a life insurance policy to increase your giving and lower your taxes. READ MORE.

Research on Aging Takes Center Stage at Winter Academy

A record-breaking number of Pitt alumni and friends gathered for this year’s Winter Academy in Naples, Florida to hear speakers share research findings on the theme of “How, Why, and When We Age.” VIEW PHOTOS.


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