A new school, new degree programs, new majors and opportunities for novel research open up to students as Pitt continues to anticipate the needs of an evolving workforce.
From locally sourced meat to increased Farmers Market hours, Pitt's Dining Services has something tasty for everyone. Plus, get the answers to frequently asked questions about eating at Pitt.
If the school year flies, the first week of the academic year is a whirlwind. For those new to campus, plugging in and finding basic services can be challenging. Here's where to look.
Tom Hritz, clinical nutrition manager for UPMC Mercy and Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, welcomes nutrition and dietetics master's students into the clinic to enhance their studies.
Pitt, in collaboration with distinguished alumna Frances Hesselbein (pictured), has established The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Forum at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs. Photo: Thomas Shillea
A Pitt Center for Philosophy of Science program hosted students from the U.S. and Canada with the long-term goal of bringing more women and people from underrepresented groups to the discipline.
As a volunteer with Doctors Without Borders, Pitt alumnus Brian D'Cruz has treated trauma patients in Chad, the Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic. In 2013, he headed to Syria.
With partly cloudy skies and an inconsistent tail wind, a team of Pitt engineering students (and one alumnus) gave their 24-foot aircraft a running shove off a platform on the Allegheny River. Find out how they did.
Creating new metals has long been a trial-and-error process, but Pitt engineering research could help to make producing everything from steel beams to solar cells more efficient and sustainable.
The student-powered Pitt publication JURIST examines current events from a legal standpoint, distilling daily news into layperson-friendly articles for the law community and beyond, 365 days a year.