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The $36,826 grant will allow ULS to digitize five Pittsburgh area oral history collections held by the Archives and Special Collections Department.
The all-in-one reporting service can be used for issues ranging from discrimination to research compliance and more.
The student-led and staff supported group is a place of fellowship and celebration for Jewish college students across Pittsburgh.
Sharrard spearheads sustainability initiatives and green practices throughout the University.
Tree Campus Higher Education honors colleges and universities for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and staff in the spirit of conservation.
Pitt’s TRIO Student Support Services has been helping under-resourced undergraduates like Elizabeth Shunk for 50 years.
Josh Cannon, who served two tours in Iraq, uses humor and personal experiences to make battles fought long ago feel relevant to modern life.
Students and industry professionals will address climate-related issues and come up with ideas to positively impact the region.
The event will include panels on facilitating learning about data, sustaining the impact of project activities, lightning talks and a poster session.
Get fresh produce and visit local vendors on select Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside the William Pitt Union.
Enjoy a monthlong celebration of Earth, featuring a variety of events hosted by Pitt Sustainability to educate the Pitt community about the environment.
Pop artist Burton Morris said he owes his life to the Cathedral of Learning. You can now see his painting of it in Hillman Library.
His parents met at Pitt in the ’50s. Last week, the Pittsburgh native unveiled his painting of the building that holds a special place in his heart.
From Afropop to Pitt Stages plays, Pittwire previews upcoming performances you won’t want to miss.
Programming is intended to engage in education and dialogue aimed at eradicating sexual violence and to hold space for the survivors on Pitt’s campus.
"The real innovation lies when you think about the beginning of design,” says Melissa Bilec, co-director of Pitt’s Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation.
One year after Pitt acquired its vaccine supply, volunteers, staff and interns share the lessons they’ve learned.
The daily toll of life through the COVID-19 pandemic will be told from the perspective of writers and artists who are familiar with the experience of isolation and exile.
The David C. Frederick Scholarship supports high-achieving sophomores who are also employed part or full time. Apply by March 31.
Effective Monday, March 28, indoor masking will be optional except for in health care settings and on-campus shuttles.
Meet the people who mill, drill and 3D print the tools that keep Pitt research on the cutting edge.