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Jamie Ducar is helping Pitt be a responsive, effective and visible collaborator within its local communities.
The newly released Pitt Climate Action Plan spells out how investments in clean energy, transportation and efficiency will reduce the University’s carbon footprint to zero.
The awards support both individual faculty members and large groups that are scaling up world-changing scholarly projects.
The Rainbow Alliance-sponsored events run March 20-26 and include a chance to hear from actor-activist Indya Moore.
Psyanky eggs in Ukraine, tulips in Turkey: Learn how nine cultures celebrate the season during special tours March 18-19.
A grant from Heather Henson, puppet artist and daughter of “The Muppets” creator Jim Henson, is bringing joy to Pitt's Fanny Edel Falk Laboratory School.
The honor for the trailblazing alumnus and oldest living Olympic medalist was announced at his 100th birthday celebration March 12.
The Pittsburgh native is an experienced compensation and human resources professional with more than 30 years of experience.
Learn about the lives of just a few of the incredible Pitt women whose path-forging work changed our past — and is shaping our tomorrow.
The League of American Bicyclists awards institutions that promote and enable safe, accessible bicycling on campus.
Algorithms can reflect existing biases in data and our society and can accelerate and exacerbate harm, especially along racial and gender lines.
The forum featured 13 sessions, virtual lounges and networking spaces, and announced the winners of the Partnerships of Distinction Awards.
Stop by the fundraising event from 1:30-2:30 p.m., at the Pitt Global Hub on the first floor of Posvar Hall. Donations will be used to support the Ukrainian people.
Throughout Women’s History Month, anyone with a Pitt ID can attend a free tour of the chapel’s stained-glass windows featuring historical women.
Faculty members, as well as an entire office, were honored for going above and beyond in their contributions to the University and the world.
“We stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian people, and for the scholarly and research communities there,” wrote Ariel Armony, vice provost for global affairs.
The Spring Safety Fair will feature fun and informative demonstrations, plus a chance to win a pair of Apple AirPods Pro.
The business students who run Pitt's Saxbys locations get real-world leadership experience and keep the coffee flowing.
Perched atop Langley Hall, this space for biologists and botanists boasts all sorts of living treasures.
Arsenal Elementary School students in Pittsburgh rolled up their sleeves for Jonas Salk's polio vaccine on Feb. 23, 1954.