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Marginalized neighborhoods recover slowly from disasters. This Pitt professor wants to help.

Fernando Tormos-Aponte's social science research is inspired by his homeland’s experience rebuilding after Hurricane Maria.

In-person teams are more innovative than remote ones

A Pitt analysis of 20 million research papers shows how teams of scientists that collaborate from a distance are less likely to do paradigm-shifting work.

Don’t miss Pitt’s Holiday Open House in the Cathedral of Learning

The annual event features nationality and heritage rooms decked in seasonal splendor, music and cultural demonstrations, traditional foods and baked goods and a visit from St. Nicholas.

Chancellor Gabel highlights higher education’s role in keeping America competitive

Delivering remarks as vice chair for education on the Council of Competitiveness, Gabel emphasized the importance of partnerships and thought leadership on new technologies.

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