Accolades & Honors
Hear from the former students of these retiring faculty at a daylong symposium on Oct. 27.
The assistant professor in Pitt’s School of Social Work will study the effectiveness of youth interaction training for law enforcement.
The former associate provost and executive director of the University Center for Teaching and Learning was recognized for her service to the higher education technology community.
The first edition of the independent journal dedicated to research in the field of dual/concurrent enrollment is out now.
The City of Pittsburgh issued a proclamation honoring the community caregivers, who were recognized at a School of Pharmacy celebration.
The School of Social Work researchers will study the effects of a community-based maltreatment prevention program for parents.
Pitt Medicine researchers’ findings on brain cells linked to protection against dementia were published in Cell
The results from Hansruedi Mathys’ study suggest there is a link between inhibitory neurons and resilience to Alzheimer’s disease pathology.
The visiting assistant professor will use the $20,000 to establish an experimental printmaking studio.
Since 2016, more than 50 University of Pittsburgh students have volunteered to help the wrongfully convicted.
Mayor Ed Gainey named Oct. 10 in Roth’s honor for his decades of serving community health as an emergency medicine instructor.
It’s one in a long line of recognitions for the longtime Pitt history professor’s work in Northern Ireland’s peace process.
The professor of critical and cultural studies was selected by an Iowa Writers’ Workshop panel.
The Pitt professor was recognized for distinguished service to the field of chemistry.
He will develop curricula for to better prepare Pitt Med students to understand, evaluate, use and develop technologies that will advance their research and improve patient care.
The assistant professor is spending October and November at the studio in Utica, New York.
The Master of Public Policy and Management candidate will participate in the Center for Health Care Strategies’ executive training initiative.
Grants will help the cohort of junior scientists develop preliminary data, hypotheses and methods for competitive national grant applications.
As a charter member, the School of Medicine professor will review investigator-initiated research applications related to clinical informatics and digital health.
The external relations manager for the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine will participate in the Appalachian Regional Commission’s extensive training program.
Paola Buitrago and Katrina Knight were on Technical.ly's RealLIST Engineers 2023 list.