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The four-day event sparked learning, conversations and connections. Here’s a recap.
From salsa dancing to stargazing, we’ve got you covered for budget-friendly fun.
Diamond Kinetics, founded by a Pitt professor and alumnus, creates sensors and other tech to help players analyze their game.
In addition to cruising campus, Sgt. Jessica Urban coordinates Pitt Police’s participation in the Special Olympics of Pennsylvania and serves as a field training officer.
A recent event at the Neighborhood 91 campus brought together the regional defense manufacturing community and showed the promise of 3D printing for industry.
Meet Jennifer Barnes, Pitt’s supplier diversity and sustainability coordinator who’s helping Pennsylvania businesses thrive at Pitt.
There’s plenty to do this month, including baseball games, the return of Picklesburgh, and movies in the park.
Get a closer look at how English colonists lived before the founding of the United States of America.
19 valedictorians and salutatorians from the district are headed to Pitt in the fall.
From music to markets, here’s how to observe the holiday in Pittsburgh.
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.
The annual program diverts usable and quality items to reuse and recycle instead of landfills, and it also helps students be good neighbors.