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Any community member can text, call or fill out an online form to report workplace, academic and other issues.
Pitt’s director of government relations and public affairs was recognized for his work to inform legislation.
The Community Engagement Center’s Digital Inclusion Studio promotes digital literacy and development for both adults and children.
Volunteers will commemorate the national “day on” by serving at local nonprofits on Jan. 16.
From mask crafting to Indian dancing, there’s plenty to do in January.
Pitt’s photographers see everything — from behind-the-scenes lab work to candid moments between students and alums. See some of our team’s favorite pics of the year.
This year’s service event will feed 2,500 guests at four locations throughout Pittsburgh.
It was an exciting year for Pitt official, including the launch of our TikTok account. Here’s what clicked with Panthers around the world.
You can still contribute to the campaign in the new year, but not through automatic deductions.
Pitt student leaders are here to help you fill your queue.
Drop off toiletries, baby care items and cleaning supplies at four locations on the Pittsburgh campus as part of this year’s United Way campaign.
Register by March 8 to submit your green ideas to the Pitt Sustainability Challenge. Any person or team at Pitt and beyond can enter.
From holiday lights to pinecone crafts to an ugly sweater contest at Neville Roller Drome, here's how to make the month memorable.
For Larisa Garza Chapa, a graduate degree is the first step to making meaningful changes in health equity.
Students in the first-of-its-kind program receive up to $5,000 in federal loan relief, mentoring and exclusive programming to support them as they graduate from Pitt.
The University earned ALL IN’s designation as a Most Engaged Campus for College Student Voting.
Tours begin Nov. 25, and the annual open house will be held in person on Dec. 4 after a two-year hiatus.
The Trib Total Media president and CEO was honored by Editor and Publisher, a leading voice for the newspaper industry.
Kate Ledger is the American Marketing Association Foundation’s Higher Education Marketer of the Year
Among other achievements, Ledger launched the first University-wide brand campaign while concurrently leading Pitt’s COVID-19 communications strategy.
In the newest edition of the classic game, players compete to buy up the city’s bridges, landmarks and restaurants.