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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.
From where to eat to how to travel home, we’ve got you covered.
The new space in Langley Hall will offer resources targeted toward first-generation, limited income and underrepresented students.
From events that bring veterans together to opportunities for civilians, there’s plenty to do Nov. 5-11.
The $100,000 award from the Michael J. Fox Foundation will support the Pitt neurologist’s work investigating genetic and environmental factors related to the disease.
The publication is one of the most important journals in Afrocentric scholarship.
The state-of-the-art life sciences research and innovation facility is the 18th project at Pitt to earn LEED certification since 2005.
Their model could shed light on more lightning bug behavior as well as other instances of synchronization in nature.
Burgess brings more than a decade of experience in science, policy and program administration to the newly created role.
Liu also received the Journal of Consumer Research Outstanding Reviewer Award at the ACR conference.
For cells, the new research shows, there’s such a thing as too much communication. The results have implications for studying cancer and other diseases.
The yearslong effort between community groups and Pitt’s Center on Race and Social Problems outlines ways to better support Black families in the region.
A childhood fascination with nature and support from Pitt-Bradford mentors helped Jonathan Josephs-Spaulding build a career that’s taken him around the world.
Honor veterans across Pitt’s campuses, attend jazz concerts and hop on some light-up seesaws this month.
The Pitt initiative, which helps students explore different viewpoints, continues Oct. 26 with geologist Scott Tinker and engineer Paulina Jaramillo.
The professor and chair of physical medicine and rehabilitation has earned one of the highest honors in health care.
As mice mature, their heart cells quiet their communication with their environment, details a recent paper in the journal Developmental Cell.
Peter Strick and Boris Birmaher received outstanding achievement awards for their work in neuroscience and psychiatry.