Centers & Initiatives
Creating New Research, Industry Partnerships, and Student Impact
Home to Unrivaled Knowledge
The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and College of Business Administration are home to dynamic, unrivaled knowledge and centers that put leading-edge theories into action and practice. Our academic centers create new research, build strong industry partnerships, and give students invaluable opportunities and powerful community support.
Centers and Initiatives
David Berg Center for Ethics and Leadership
Center for Branding
Center for Executive Education
Center for Healthcare Management
Center for Supply Chain Management
The Center for Supply Chain Management conducts research projects, educational programs, and outreach activities in close collaboration with corporate partners, professional organizations, and other schools within the University of Pittsburgh.
Business of Humanity® Project
Center for Sustainable Business
International Center for Conflict Resolution
The International Center for Conflict Resolution (IC4CR) provides decision makers with an in-depth understanding of the negotiating positions of all parties and recommends implementation guidelines, based on preferences and priorities, to facilitate resolution of otherwise intractable conflicts.
The most important lesson I have learned at Pitt Business is to advocate for myself. Never be afraid to ask questions or reach out to professors, recruiters, or anyone in your network who could potentially play a role in the next step of your career.
I encourage everyone to blaze their own trail. It definitely helps you stand out on a resume and gives you valuable experiences to talk about in interviews. Nothing you do is too small to stand out on your resume.