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From music to markets, here’s how to observe the holiday in Pittsburgh.
19 valedictorians and salutatorians from the district are headed to Pitt in the fall.
A recent gathering highlighted the promises that Pitt’s made and kept to the neighborhood, from vaccine clinics to science demonstrations for kids.
Ali Hoefnagel brings more than a decade of LGBTQ advocacy and experience to the role.
Embrace the summer season with Pride festivals, an August Wilson play and jazz performances.
For the first time since 2019, biologists, birders and staff from the National Aviary, Pennsylvania Game Commission and Pitt worked together to band the young peregrines.
Christine and Brigette Bethea of Argyle Studio and ULEADx are pairing with Pitt people to give artists and leaders a leg up in Pittsburgh.
Sustainability is one of the University’s six core values. This Q&A explains what that actually means.
The July 25-28 virtual event’s theme is “Rewiring Our Systems: Transforming the Intersections of Inequity.” Registration is free and open to the public.
On June 3, enjoy free lunch, games, raffles and more. Register by May 27 to be eligible for prizes.
Pitt experts and librarians have developed dozens of LibGuides to help you understand everything from Russian history to queer horror.
Participants had to make split-second decisions in a 180-degree simulator, among other activities that helped them better understand the challenges officers face.
The Pittsburgh space will serve as an epicenter of innovation in life sciences for Pitt researchers, entrepreneurs and established companies.
The annual program diverts usable and quality items to reuse and recycle instead of landfills, and it also helps students be good neighbors.
Jay Darr and Jamie Zelazny will lead the yearlong efforts, which will support research and reflection on what it means to live a good life.
See a circus act, a Celtic magic show and more with Pitt’s Cheap Seats discount program for students, faculty and staff.
Vice Chancellor Ted Fritz named Dorsey Wheeler the inaugural Friend of Public Safety, an annual award for those whose contributions and impact go unheralded but not unnoticed.
Started in 2015, the awards honor members of the Pitt community working for a greener University.
Pitt has one of the only sets of John James Audubon’s Birds of America series and was among the first to make them accessible in high resolution. Take a look.
She will play a vital role in capital projects and real estate initiatives, working closely with the CFO’s Office to help advance the Campus Master Plan.