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What Would Fred Rogers Do?


““Fred” is a four-letter word; and like “fame” or “life” or “love”, what ultimately matters is what we do with it. We are so pleased to share this very special blog post in honor of Fred’s birthday featuring his final public speech, Something Worth Giving.

                                           

Hedda Sharapan Named PNC Grow Up Great Senior Fellow

Sharapan will work on a special initiative to analyze audio recordings of conversations between Fred Rogers and the late Dr. Margaret McFarland, an Associate Professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh, which served to form the themes and child development philosophy behind episodes of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.

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Spotlight Video: Nice Catch

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