Newsmaker: Humanity in Action Founder Visits Pitt

Issue Date: 
December 10, 2012

Pitt Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg welcomed Judith Goldstein, the founder and executive director of Humanity In Action, to a meeting Nov. 29 in his Cathedral of Learning office. Also participating in the meeting were Judith Zang, director of national scholarships for Pitt’s University Honors College, and Ryan Gayman (A&S ’12), Pitt recipient of a 2012 Humanity In Action summer fellowship and now community engagement advisor for the honors college. Pitt has competed successfully in the HIA Fellowship program for the past seven consecutive years. HIA was founded in 1997 to guide student leaders in the study of human rights. From left, Chancellor Nordenberg, Zang, Goldstein, and Gayman. (Photo by Tom Altany)