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Faculty and staff are encouraged to submit 90-second funding proposals for projects that would advance the University’s mission.
The School of Social Work alumna will lead diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging efforts in fundraising and programming.
Hear about the experience from Noah Stockwell, a second-year nursing student, who brought home lots of cash and prizes.
It’s the highest honor Pitt staff members can receive.
The book shows how women are asked to do more non-promotable work than their male colleagues — and how to stop it.
The prestigious scholarship will support Alex Firestine as he earns a master’s degree in climate change, agriculture and food security at the University of Galway.
From holiday lights to pinecone crafts to an ugly sweater contest at Neville Roller Drome, here's how to make the month memorable.
This competition presents an opportunity for graduate students from any school to harness the power of data analytics to serve as catalysts for change.
For Larisa Garza Chapa, a graduate degree is the first step to making meaningful changes in health equity.
The tech behind Alexa and Tesla might be smart, but is it wise? Pitt philosophers Colin Allen and Brett Karlan say exploring that question could break us out of the artificial intelligence hype cycle.
The University earned ALL IN’s designation as a Most Engaged Campus for College Student Voting.
Students in the first-of-its-kind program receive up to $5,000 in federal loan relief, mentoring and exclusive programming to support them as they graduate from Pitt.
Not sounding like yourself is linked to depression, if not also gender dysphoria, according to Leah Helou, founder of the Transgender Voice and Communication Training Program.
Tours begin Nov. 25, and the annual open house will be held in person on Dec. 4 after a two-year hiatus.
School of Education Professor Leigh Patel weighs in on the complexity of teaching American history.
Students, faculty and staff have access to health and well-being resources such as stress management courses, virtual and in-person counseling and more.
Alumna and STARZ comedy writer Kelechi Urama (A&S ’17) sat down with recent grad Tierney Washington to give advice on how to find success in Los Angeles.
The findings, published in Science, could change how oncologists understand and treat the cancer.
As the world’s population approaches 8 billion people, reducing global health risks will require combating climate change, says Pitt Public Health Dean Maureen Lichtveld.
Bernard J. Costello and Paul J. Schwartz will serve as leaders of the U.S. oral and maxillofacial surgery certifying board and the U.S. Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, respectively.