Accolades & Honors
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.
Plus, three more books by alumni authors are out now.
Pitt’s collaborative biomedical research facility earned the Honor Award for Excellence in Architecture for Building Additions, Renovations or Adaptive Reuse.
Faculty members Elizabeth Schlenk and Marci Nelsen and PhD student Alice Cline were honored at the Oct. 27 gala.
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.
The undergraduates wrote about bycatch mitigation in Alaska during their Environmental Law and Policy class.
The Pitt Medicine student took home $10,000 for his blood-based test that detects the formation of a cerebral aneurysm.
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.
After they noticed a lack of data, the Pitt researchers collected 100 samples from the tributaries that feed the Ohio, Monongahela and Allegheny rivers.
The National Association of EMS Physicians recognition honors members for their contributions to the field.
School of Social Work Professors Jeff Shook and Sara Goodkind will evaluate a prearrest diversion initiative for youth in Allegheny County.
Hear from the former students of these retiring faculty at a daylong symposium on Oct. 27.
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 assistant professor in Pitt’s School of Social Work will study the effectiveness of youth interaction training for law enforcement.
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.
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 School of Social Work researchers will study the effects of a community-based maltreatment prevention program for parents.