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Celebrating Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month
Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month

In an effort to build on our commitment to engage with each other and continue to grow and learn as a community, Pitt Business is encouraging its students, faculty, and staff to participate in equity, diversity, and inclusion events across the University this month.

Celebrate Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month

From September 15 through October 15, Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated to acknowledge the history, culture, and contributions of Americans whose ancestry can be traced to Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Spain. 

View the Pitt Calendar of Events for the month, including: 

Join the Hispanic Latinx Professional Association. Pitt Business Professor Tom Davis currently serves as the association’s Vice Chair, Strategic and Mentoring Program and supports their professional development initiatives including the Hispanic Roundtable Discussions

You can also get involved and learn more about the Pitt Business Global Service Learning programs for undergrads that have been taking place in Bolivia, Puerto Rico, and Trinidad since 2017. 

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Highlights from Pitt Business

Beginning October 14th, Pitt Business will begin its next step in recruiting faculty in collaboration with the Office of the Provost’s larger Latinx cluster hire initiative. Prospective faculty will travel to campus to present select research focusing on Latinx topics throughout the month of October.

View the new Pitt Business EDI website and reach out to us at to share your ideas and feedback to make the Pitt Business community more inclusive place for all.

Get Involved in EDI Initiatives Across Pitt

Visit the new Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (OEDI) website for valuable resources across the University, including the events calendar and information about joining the Fall 2021 cohort for The Racial Equity Consciousness Institute.

Faculty can learn more about developing inclusive learning resources including syllabi, assessments, and educational materials at Pitt’s Center for Diversity in the Curriculum.