The Department of Medicine Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion strives to create and maintain community-building programs that promote belongingness and pride in our city filled with unique individuals ready to make a difference on the medical field.
MedFam is a mentorship program amongst underrepresented minority (URM) and ally medical students, residents, fellows, and attendings.
Community Day invites the whole community to participate in service projects all around Pittsburgh during the spring.
Reach for the Stars brings together minority faculty members from the Schools of the Health Sciences to a dinner series where they engage in open conversation with the leaders and agents of change throughout the University.
Medical Student Bootcamp is a preparation program for third-year medical students that covers topics such as:
- How to kill the shelf exams
- Asking for feedback
- Demystifying the dean’s letter/ Who to ask for recommendations
- How I got honors in everything (everything!!!)
Diversity Book Club is a series that invites everyone University-wide to read engaging and thought-provoking books that are relevant to today’s society, and at least once a year, the author to one of our books is invited to the institution.
Underrepresented Minority (URM) Recruitment Brunches welcomes URM candidates that are invited for a residency interview and the brunch is followed by a tour of the beautiful city.
Juneteenth Celebration with C-ROC and PITT – celebrating the freedom that enslaved people achieved over 150 years ago.
Welcome Celebration is a get together for medical students, residents, fellows, and School of Medicine faculty members that occurs at the beginning of the academic school year.
Salsa Date Night is community-wide event that celebrates Latinx Heritage Month.
Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) Night Out invites our community to come out and enjoy an evening at some of Pittsburgh’s exciting attractions.