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Sera Mathew
Director for Equitable and Inclusive Teaching

Sera Mathew, PhD, is the Director for Equitable and Inclusive Teaching. Sera provides leadership in Pitt’s planning, implementation, and evaluation of DEI teaching initiatives. These initiatives include support for course and curriculum design and delivery of DEI content in the classroom, helping faculty create an environment that is conducive for students to explore and challenge ideas as part of the learning process. In addition, Sera advises on key issues related to DEI, teaching, and pedagogy. Sera has a PhD in Education focused on Curriculum and Instruction and a graduate certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies from West Virginia University. Prior to joining Pitt, Sera was an Assistant Professor at Point Park University and the Director of the Honors Program.

Office: 820 Alumni Hall
Email:
sam627@pitt.edu
Phone: 412-383-0283

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