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Shelome Gooden mentored students and included their work in the collection that examines languages, dialects and their surrounding cultures.
The feedback from students, faculty, staff and administrators will help OEDI understand campus climate.
The distinguished physics professor earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from IIT Kharagpur.
Pitt’s Office of Health Sciences Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will host a day of keynotes and workshops on Feb. 28. Workshop abstracts are due Jan. 3.
The Community Engagement Center’s Digital Inclusion Studio promotes digital literacy and development for both adults and children.
The associate professor was recognized for his expertise in pharmacogenomics and leadership educating pharmacists on over-the-counter hearing aids.
As a Section of Dispute Resolution fellow, she will serve on a committee to advance women’s careers in the field.
More than 80 master’s and professional programs offer scholarship funding for students and alumni who continue their studies at Pitt.
Each two-hour shift earns the campaign $30.
A fertilizer startup co-founded by a Pitt alumnus won the 2022 TransTech Energy Evolving Energy Technology Showcase
Ecotone Renewables uses zero-emission upcycling to produce sustainable Soil Sauce — an innovation that earned the company a $7,500 prize.
Although many cut down on their consumption for Dry January, popular beliefs about the positives of drinking prevail. Christina Mair explains that the research isn't so clear.
Taking these precautions from the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management will help keep you safe and warm all season.
With the honor, the Pitt professor and wheelchair technology innovator joins an illustrious group of innovators.
The Pitt junior said she hopes to increase support for disabled artists through community partnerships and programs at the nonprofit.
Volunteers will commemorate the national “day on” by serving at local nonprofits on Jan. 16.
Night School Studio donated copies of its supernatural thriller ‘Oxenfree’ to Amanda Tien's writing courses.
From mask crafting to Indian dancing, there’s plenty to do in January.
Two students completed the 15-week basic machining course offered by the Manufacturing Assistance Center at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville Education and Training Hub, which gave them a
A future doctor who values elders and offers comfort in the hospital and beyond.
A group of bipartisan politicians and health care experts shared their plans, progress and hope during a Dec. 16 Pitt panel discussion.