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Travel the world this October without leaving Pittsburgh

These five events put international art, voices and perspectives on display.

What mountains in Portugal can tell us about Pennsylvania’s geologic past

Understanding how mountains formed could help us predict future tectonic events and find minerals for electronics, says Fulbright Fellow and Pitt-Johnstown Associate Professor Ryan Kerrigan.

Pitt’s Center for Governance and Markets was recognized for its work supporting threatened scholars

The American Political Science Association honored the center for its Afghan Asylum Project, Afghanistan Project and other efforts to assist refugees.

Why public art is essential to community, from Pittsburgh to Paris

Associate Professor Caitlin Bruce studies how murals and graffiti vivify public spaces.

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