French Ambassador Visits Pitt
French Ambassador Francois Delattre (right) visited the University of Pittsburgh campus on Jan. 18 and spoke to an invited audience of 150 gathered in the second-floor ballroom of the University Club.
Delattre said that France is inspired by the ability of American cities like Pittsburgh to reinvent themselves. The breakfast briefing, titled “New Opportunities for the Franco-American Partnership and for the Transatlantic Relationship,” was sponsored by Pitt and the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh.
Pitt Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg (left) welcomed the ambassador and delivered opening remarks
On the Freedom Road
Follow a group of Pitt students on the Returning to the Roots of Civil Rights bus tour, a nine-day, 2,300-mile journey crisscrossing five states.
Day 1: The Awakening
Day 2: Deep Impressions
Day 3: Music, Montgomery, and More
Day 4: Looking Back, Looking Forward
Day 5: Learning to Remember
Day 6: The Mountaintop
Day 7: Slavery and Beyond
Day 8: Lessons to Bring Home
Day 9: Final Lessons