Community and Governmental Relations

Description

The Community and Governmental Relations Committee serves as a liaison between the University of Pittsburgh students, the Pittsburgh Community, and local, state, and federal Governments. We advocate for students on various issues, including state and federal education funding and local legislature issues, and facilitate community engagement. In Oakland, CGR puts on events aiming to increase student interest in local politics, provide resources for student living and other community issues. We also work with campus voter registration efforts and coordinate student participation in Pitt Day in Harrisburg, the Pitt community’s largest annual lobbying effort.

Email Chair Catherine Fitzpatrick at crf67@pitt.edu for more information on how you can get involved!


Chair Office Hours: Wednesdays: 5-6 pm, Thursdays: 3-5 pm, Fridays: 11-1 pm

Vice Chairs for 2022-2023

Executive Vice Chair and Vice Chair for Community Outreach: Kathryn Emmert

Vice Chair for Government Relations: Konstantinos Papazekos

Vice Chair for Student Engagement: Nathan Morgan


Meetings Time Fall Semester 2022

Time: Tuesday 6:00pm-7:00pm

Location: WPU 918

Zoom link: Here


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