Accolades & Honors
Business management capstone students ranked first in earnings worldwide during the week of Nov. 13.
The facilities management and sustainability offices collaborated to implement battery-powered equipment that helps mitigate carbon emissions and noise pollution.
Their book, “Orders of Service,” won the 2022 Alice James Award.
Pitt joined Europa University Viadrina in leading a global research and education network on EU foreign policy
Scholars from 18 countries will conduct research to better understand the EU’s future role in global governance.
The director of Pitt’s Challenges in Managing and Preventing Pain clinical research center highlighted systemic flaws with a patient case study.
Shyam Visweswaran was appointed to a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine committee
The professor in Pitt’s Department of Biomedical Informatics will work to assess how researchers use racialized groups and ethnic categories.
The University is among 100 schools ranked based on an analysis of the 2,000 top leaders in the U.S. and where they were educated.
Their company, HEARTio, is developing an algorithm to help doctors more quickly identify coronary artery disease.
The Department of Chemistry professor has served on the journal’s board of editors and board of directors.
Faculty from departments across the University rank in the top 1% by citations for their field over the past decade.
They will organize an advisory board to improve the climate and culture at Pitt.
The accomplished physician-scientist whose research has advanced early cancer detection will join the School of Medicine in March.
Gabel will lead the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities' council of chief executives of member colleges and universities and systems.
Clare Sierawski won a Distinguished Alumni Award from Pitt’s Department of Geology and Environmental Science
Hear from the USDA senior energy counselor at a Nov. 16 talk.
The two campuses saw a 100% pass rate on the National Council Licensure Exam during 2023.
Pitt’s collaborative biomedical research facility earned the Honor Award for Excellence in Architecture for Building Additions, Renovations or Adaptive Reuse.
The assistant professor was recognized for leading a first-in-human clinical trial for electrical stimulation in the upper spinal cord to treat patients with upper-body paralysis caused by stroke.
Faculty members Elizabeth Schlenk and Marci Nelsen and PhD student Alice Cline were honored at the Oct. 27 gala.
It’s the second year the campus has been recognized as one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges.
He will be presented with the honor, named for his late mentor, at a Nov. 17 conference.