The University of Pittsburgh renewed its participation in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA) this month, which allows Pitt to enroll students from all 50 states (and more) into its online programs. While the full impact of joining SARA can not be calculated until the end of this academic year, Pitt Online has already set a new high mark with out-of-state enrollments in just the fall and spring terms. Learn more about Pitt Online's out-of-state growth in our latest blog.
Faculty Seminars are educational experiences designed exclusively for faculty to deepen and enrich their teaching practice by focusing on an aspect of their teaching. The learning communities operate as a cohort and give faculty access to a community of practice that nurtures their teaching while focusing on research-guided principles. Visit our website to learn more and apply.
Join us on Feb. 4 for a workshop focusing on understanding the needs of Latinx/Hispanic students in dealing with academic and career experiences at Pitt. Panelists will share their experiences in graduate school and discuss how faculty can better accommodate teaching and mentoring styles to meet diverse students' expectations and needs. Please register online to attend.