Chancellor's Circle Update, Feb. 2018

Chancellor's Circle October Newsletter

Pitt Day of Giving: The Inside Line

Sean Dean

Pitt’s most successful one-day fundraising event returns on February 28, 2018. Last year’s Pitt Day of Giving raised $5.77 million from more than 3,400 donors and expectations are that we will do even better this year. READ MORE.

Son Honors Father’s Persistence with Endowed Scholarship

Lester Snyder Jr.

A four-year degree can take more than a decade to complete if it is interrupted twice by active military duty, but Lester Snyder Jr. never gave up. Today, Pitt engineering students with military backgrounds are benefiting from a scholarship in his name. READ MORE.

Multiple Scholarships Put Pitt Within Reach

Sidney Cannon-Bailey

Pitt engineering student Sidney Cannon-Bailey says her experiences at Pitt have helped her to achieve her fullest potential, but she says without scholarship support, that might not have happened READ MORE.

Former Pitt Physics Professor and Dean Uses Novel Formula to Endow a Fellowship

Peter Koehler

Dr. Peter Koehler knows how important it is for the University to offer fellowships to graduate students, so he is using a new way to fully endow one. READ MORE.

From Chancellor’s Circle Chair Emil Spadafore

Our second edition of the Chancellor’s Circle Update brings news of inspiring donors and deserving students. READ MORE.

1787 Society Continues to Grow

See who Pitt’s 1787 Society recognized for their new planned or deferred gifts. READ MORE.

Tax Tips

2018 brings with it a slew of tax law changes. We’ve highlighted some that might impact you. READ MORE.

Hillman Library Turns 50

The Hillman Library on Pitt’s campus in Oakland is in the midst of a year-long 50th anniversary celebration. Highlights include a photo exhibit and an opportunity for you to record your memories. READ MORE.

Mark Your Calendar

Check out our list of upcoming events. READ MORE.