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Wipf won the 2023 Award for Creative Work in Synthetic Organic Chemistry from the American Chemical Society.
We asked you to take a side in the Cathedral of Learning nickname debate, and the results are in.
Hillary Koller, a two-time Pitt alum, brings 15 years of higher ed experience to the role. Her team is re-imagining what it means to study abroad.
Chandralekha Singh received an award for removing barriers to marginalized groups in physics, and Vittorio Paolono was named an APS Fellow.
Courtney Colligan uses performance arts and writing to help people in prison build self-esteem, self-worth and overcome trauma.
Pitt’s annual Be a Good Neighbor Tenant Town Halls will provide Pittsburgh students with resources for off campus living. The first town hall will take place on Oct. 25 from 5-7 p.m. in the William
A new podcast from linguists Ece Ulus and Heather McNaught dissects song lyrics to teach pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar to language learners.
Pitt’s new $2.5 million partnership with the Pennsylvania Turnpike aims to improve the state’s roads
Electrified roadways, noise cancellation, sustainable geogrids and near real-time infrastructure modeling could soon become reality in Pennsylvania.
The Pitt United Way Campaign is underway, with a goal of raising $750,000 to support our neighbors.
Using her own code and the world’s fastest supercomputers, Schneider and fellow researchers can simulate galaxies with greater clarity than ever before.
The annual event kicks off Monday and aims to deepen a collective institutional understanding of systemic challenges and work toward solutions.
Rena Reid and Kenneth Richardson are recognized for their dedication to bridging gaps in health care in underserved communities.
Key events include the Latin American and Caribbean Festival, the East European Festival and international speed friending.
Greer Lankton’s and Andrey Avinoff’s art and ephemera explored and pushed up against societal norms of gender and sexuality.
The 10,000-square foot space reflects the school’s vision and growth over the past three years.
Mitali Ray, a postdoctoral associate doing research in Pitt's schools of Nursing and Public Health, has been named a National Institutes of Health MOSAIC (Maximizing Opportunities for Scientific and
Meet the Pitt baseball sophomore who credits his family, Roberto Clemente and other Hispanic legends for his determination
Tommy Tavarez’s road to becoming a standout infielder on the Panthers' baseball team was paved with black and gold.
Art inspired by the Nationality Rooms may be shown online or in person for International Artists Day Oct. 25.
Panel discussions and workshops will spotlight dialogue about Latinx identities, cultures and contemporary issues.
Led by Ming-Te Wang and James Huguley, the program seeks to eliminate disciplinary practices that contribute to the school-to-prison pipeline.