University Honors College: Homecoming 2015
The University Honors College invites all Pitt alumni, guests, and community members to join us for our Homecoming 2015 special events. RSVPs are appreciated for planning purposes. H2P!

Friday, October 9, 2015 | 2-3 p.m. | 239 Cathedral of Learning.
The Friday afternoon lecture is a long-standing University Honors College (UHC) tradition. The featured speaker is UHC alumnus, Daniel E. Armanios (A&S ’07, ENGR ‘07), a Goldwater Scholar, a Truman Scholar, and a Rhodes Scholar. A reception with UHC faculty, staff, and students will immediately follow the lecture.

Friday, October 9, 2015 | 4:30-6 p.m. | C.M. Kimbo Gallery, William Pitt Union, first floor
Join us for the opening of Stories Untold, a multimedia student exhibit that aims to break the silence and stigma surrounding mental health on campus while providing the opportunity for students to share their stories. By showcasing individual experiences, the students hope to promote awareness and understanding. Come to network with alumni, UHC staff, faculty, and many phenomenal students. *Exhibit sponsored by an ACC grant with support from the University Honors College, the Counseling Center, Pitt Active Minds, and Talk About It.
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Which Honors College Homecoming Event(s) will you be attending? *
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Interested in being part of a network of Pitt Alumni who were involved -- or now want to be involved -- with the University Honors College? Let us know here and we will be in touch!
Possible involvement includes: networking with other UHC Alumni, mentoring current students, special events, and giving opportunities.
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