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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.
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.
Students, faculty and staff have access to health and well-being resources such as stress management courses, virtual and in-person counseling and more.
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.
The findings, published in Science, could change how oncologists understand and treat the cancer.
Dozens of attendees celebrated the winners and the accomplishments of Black faculty at Pitt during the Nov. 3 ceremony.
The Trib Total Media president and CEO was honored by Editor and Publisher, a leading voice for the newspaper industry.
On Nov. 8, the final section of the cooling tower for Pitt’s new chilled water plant was lifted into place as a crowd celebrated the achievement. This “topping off” ceremony signified a new stage of a
Kate Ledger is the American Marketing Association Foundation’s Higher Education Marketer of the Year
Among other achievements, Ledger launched the first University-wide brand campaign while concurrently leading Pitt’s COVID-19 communications strategy.
The engineering and business students are back for a second year, hoping to win the Nov. 11 race and advance the technologies powering their driverless car.
Check out brand-new course offerings, such as Happiness and Human Flourishing, Music for Social and Political Change, and Ethics of Biotechnology.
Everyone is invited to share their thoughts on the next leader of the schools starting at 11 a.m. in 121 Alumni Hall. There’s also an online survey.
Construction has begun on the Gaucho Solar project, which will supply 100% of its electricity to Pitt for the next 20 years.
“Pitt Warriors: Our Stories” is on display at the McCarl Center for Nontraditional Student Success throughout Veterans Week.
Provide feedback on the Drones and University Network policies by Nov. 28 and the Vaccinations and Immunizations Requirements policy by Dec. 5.
The award recognizes faculty members who go above and beyond in mentoring their students.
In the newest edition of the classic game, players compete to buy up the city’s bridges, landmarks and restaurants.