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Six Pitt Faculty Receive Diversity In The Curriculum Award
From left: Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann Cudd, Audrey Murrell, Ray Jones, Michael Goodhart, Lorin Grieve, Christine Dahlin, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, Development, and Diversity Laurie Kirsch and University Center for Teaching and Learning Director Cynthia Golden

Six Pitt Faculty Receive Diversity in the Curriculum Award

The Office of the Provost, in conjunction with the University Center for Teaching and Learning, awarded six faculty with the Provost’s Award for Diversity in the Curriculum Nov. 9, at the University Club.

The award formally recognizes the efforts of faculty to integrate diversity and inclusion into their courses and curriculum, and is presented at the Diversity Awards and Luncheon each year. Among those in attendance were Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann Cudd and Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, Development, and Diversity, Laurie Kirsch.

For more information on the award winners and the event itself, visit the University Times and @Pitt.

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