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The national honor recognizes the University’s Pittsburgh Study.
The life sciences capital growth company will use the funds to accelerate technology entrepreneurship in Pittsburgh and beyond.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Pitt has become a thriving hub for older adults seeking intellectual enrichment and a vibrant community of lifelong learners.
The Office of the Provost will award up to $5,000 to support efforts connected to the theme from the Pitt community and beyond.
Five years later, all are invited to reflect, volunteer and create messages of hope.
Mayor Ed Gainey named Oct. 10 in Roth’s honor for his decades of serving community health as an emergency medicine instructor.
Pitt Sustainability offers advice on adjusting to the citywide change, which begins Oct. 14.
Put these horror movies, haunted trails, rock climbing and more on your list of scary season activities.
Paola Buitrago and Katrina Knight were on Technical.ly's RealLIST Engineers 2023 list.
Meet the self-proclaimed “ugly white man” who wants to be the next John Mulaney.
These five events put international art, voices and perspectives on display.
Volunteers will collect trash with teammates from around their neighborhoods on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Organizers hope festivals, art exhibits, professional development sessions and other events will show participants the nation’s largest ethnic group is not a monolith.
Short- and long-term residents of the Oakland neighborhood are invited to free, family friendly events this September.
Pittsburgh’s 2nd annual Indigenous Cultural Festival will celebrate the region’s indigenous residents
Everyone regardless of background is invited to the Sept. 18-24 festivities, which include a mini powwow and special exhibits at Pitt.
Check out a new deli in The Eatery or watch construction projects from your desk with two livestreams.
An alumna was also nominated for her work with Pittsburgh’s CBS outlet.
Here’s how new and returning Panthers kicked off the 2023-24 academic year.
The innovative longitudinal effort is conducting research in collaboration with community partners to help kids thrive.
A partnership at the Gaucho Solar farm, the largest solar energy facility in Southwestern Pennsylvania, is yet another milestone on Pitt's road to carbon neutrality.