This year, six SCI faculty members received Pitt Seed Grants in order to fund various projects.
Pitt Seed Grants are awarded under the Plan for Pitt initiative - a University-driven mission dedicated to improvement through academic excellence, research and scholarship, and community service - to fund projects that are oriented towards improving areas of interest within the University. Projects funded by the Pitt Seed Grants are often identifiable by their commitment to creating outcomes that exemplify the core values of Plan for Pitt, including academic excellence, community, collaboration, inclusion, innovation, and sustainability.
Understanding, Building, and Achieving Diversity and Inclusion Excellence in the University of Pittsburgh Entrepreneurial Ecosystem
Dr. Hassan Karimi, School of Computing and Information; Dr. Susan Cohen, Katz Graduate School of Business; Dr. Mary Goldberg, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences; Dr. Jon Pearlman, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Pitt Commons Social Capital & Professional Networking Evaluation
Dr. Joseph Yurko, School of Computing and Information; Lisa Belczyk, Office of the Provost / Pitt Alumni Association; Jonathan Malek, Pitt Alumni Association; Shutong Song, Office of the Provost / Pitt Alumni Association
To learn more, visit Pitt Seed Projects.