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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.
Donations from 50 states and six continents will benefit dozens of areas and funds representing every University of Pittsburgh school, college and campus.
Here’s a huge list of spaces to try out.
Pitt's Black History Month Program is named after the first Black speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Alumnus K. Leroy Irvis was instrumental in reshaping education in the commonwealth.
Proceeds from the normal-sized gumballs benefit the Pitt Pantry and families facing cancer through the GRACE Giving Foundation.
The annual honor recognizes overall excellence in publications.
The temporary closures are due to hillside-area infrastructure improvements on the Pittsburgh campus.
Five all-inclusive and budget-friendly ceremony packages are available for June 5, 2022.
Tim Stevens has been advocating for Black people’s civil rights for 50 years.
Over winter recess, Pitt became home to the largest installation of micro-farming units on any campus in the country.
Street Medicine at Pitt serves Pittsburghers without homes — and educates future medical professionals
On a cold night in January, students headed downtown to provide health care, cold weather supplies and a listening ear.
The University-wide Closure and Class Cancellation Policy governs Pitt’s operations in circumstances including severe weather.
A report led by grad student Jessica Vaden shows a decrease in campus emissions by almost a third since 2008.