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Design a spacecraft, attend free concerts and celebrate Pitt innovators.
A daylong community celebration honoring composer Charles Henry Pace and his activist wife, Frankie, resurrected songs not heard in more than six decades. Learn more about their legacy.
Service projects on April 1 will take place in Oakland, Homewood and the Hill District.
Pitt celebrated contributions to COVID-19 mitigation, drinking water quality and more at the March ceremony.
The Mentor-Protege Program pairs large construction firms with smaller companies to create a more resilient regional economy.
The Incline Consulting Group builds students’ professional development and community by offering pro-bono consulting for nonprofits. Here’s how to join.
Undergraduate student Vidya Surti joined the Allegheny Regional Asset District citizen advisory board
The junior in Pitt’s David C. Frederick Honors College will help inform spending for libraries, parks and more.
The Swanson School of Engineering researchers will analyze data in Pittsburgh and Atlanta in hopes of building a model for other U.S. cities.
With more vaccination offerings, biometric screenings and a new website, the Hub on Fifth Avenue is becoming an even more important health resource for the Pitt community and beyond.
Check out Women’s History Month events, a spring festival and a poetry workshop. Plus, there’s pie.
The University rose to No. 175 in the overall rankings and is the most preferred large employer in the Pittsburgh area.
Pitt will honor the champions for equality, inclusion and anti-racism initiatives at a Feb. 22 night of celebration.
Pitt’s Office of Engagement and Community Affairs offered a list of boutiques, bakeries and more to support during Black History Month.
The 2023 list of influential people included Chancellor Patrick Gallagher, Evan Facher and Don Yealy.
The history major examines the erasure of LGBTQ+ stories through poetry and archival images in ‘Nine Parts Water, One Part Bleach.’
Pitt’s Bigelow Block Transformation Project upgraded the important connection for Pittsburgh cyclists.
Winners will be celebrated at Pitt’s 2023 K. Leroy Irvis Black History Month event on Feb. 22.
Register to volunteer on Sundays throughout the spring semester.
Celebrate Black history and diverse voices throughout the month with works by August Wilson, a dance ensemble, a women's hackathon and more.
As part of the group’s spring 2023 class, the senior research scientist in Pitt’s School of Public Health will raise money for a youth service program.