Potentially hazardous metal from long-ago industries could move into neighboring areas after severe storms and flooding, Pitt researchers have found.
Some people love "scary-fun" experiences like haunted houses. Pitt researchers Margee Kerr (pictured) and Greg Siegle are finding out why — and using their research to make local attractions even scarier.
As Pitt kicks off its 14th annual United Way campaign, one Pitt staff member explains why she supports the campaign and gives to the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania's House of Representatives has passed the non-preferred appropriation bill that funds Pitt. Now, it is important that we share our appreciation for this hard-won outcome. I am asking you to visit with.pitt.edu to thank our leaders in Harrisburg.
After 17 years at the helm of Pitt's School of Social Work, Dean Larry E. Davis announces he will step down next year.
More than 40 percent of low back pain patients are prescribed opioids at some point. Pitt Associate Professor Mike Schneider and colleagues want to bring that number down.
Sponsored by Pitt School of Education alumni Richard and Renée Goldman, the inaugural Goldman Prize awarded three teams a total of $30,000 to improve education.
The weeklong celebration includes events, workshops, musical performances, panel discussions, exhibitions, and special guest speakers, focusing on the theme of displacement. The keynote speaker is "Star Trek" and social media star George Takei.
Pitt's annual celebration of science and technology offers opportunities to discover new research, network with colleagues, and discuss topics affecting the scientific community.
Pitt has yet to receive funds from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the current budget year. Join Chancellor Patrick Gallagher and the Pitt community in raising your voice on the issue.