High Honors: UHC Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Issue Date: 
July 23, 2007

Pitt’s University Honors College (UHC) celebrated its 20th anniversary with the first-ever UHC Alumni Reunion at the Petersen Events Center in May. Alumni and friends toasted the college and roasted UHC Dean G. Alec Stewart, presenting him with a caricature of himself (pictured below) by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers.


Below from left: Leland Patouillet (EDUC ’00), Pitt associate vice chancellor for alumni relations and executive director of the Pitt Alumni Association; Dean Stewart; and UHC alumnus Kim Watterson (CAS ’81, FAS ’88, LAW ’91).



UHC reunion weekend activities included seminars and tours of UHC. During a tour of UHC’s facilities on the Cathedral of Learning’s 35th and 36th floors, Ken Doyno (above right), a partner at Rothschild Doyno Architects in Regent Square and lead architect of the 2002-03 renovation of the college, described for UHC alumni and staff details of the stained glass designed by Glenn Greene Glass of Regent Square