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From the rural corners of Pennsylvania to operating rooms in Rwanda, Ben Davies is committed to addressing inequities in health care. His varied research interests — studying treatment disparities in
Pitt’s Regional Dementia Caregiver Training and Employment Program received a $500,000 grant from the Henry L. Hillman Foundation
The program is training hundreds of caregivers on skills essential to support persons living with dementia.
Food, music, art and more await at the free event, which celebrates the next phase of the center’s development.
Jen Silver joined the Pennsylvania chapter of the National Association of Social Workers’ Board of Directors
Silver (A&S ’13) is a second-year master's student in the School of Social Work who plans to advocate for people with substance use disorders.
The Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service supports young leaders who can bridge divides and help solve the world’s biggest challenges. Meet our winners.
The program’s fellows are putting their research into practice from Pittsburgh to Accra. Learn more about their work at a Sept. 13-14 symposium.
Distributed through the American Rescue Plan, the grants will support programs to help Pennsylvanians thrive in today’s economy.
All neighbors — both short- and long-term — are invited to the September events featuring food, games, music and more.
It’s one of just two programs to earn the designation in Pennsylvania. Participating students earn academic credit at the high school and college level.
The day camp offers a place of connection for kids impacted by cancer.
As part of the Appalachian Teaching Project, Pitt researchers and students help towns in the region leverage what makes them unique in order to thrive.
More than 300 Pitt volunteers helped over 1,400 people access health care at this year’s Mission of Mercy Pittsburgh event.
The Public Health Science Academy welcomed local students to Pitt to learn about the field and work on real-world projects.
The first report from Pitt’s National Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Family Supports highlights the many challenges of caring for loved ones.
A partnership with Manchester Bidwell Corporation is making sure the region’s clinical research studies have the talent they need to make groundbreaking discoveries.
The Collaboratory Against Hate published its first white paper, ‘Research Needs for Countering Extremist Hate’
The authors identified challenges in combating extremist hate.
As new host of the Southwest Pennsylvania Water Network, the collaboratory aims to help build a stronger regional identity around the area’s rivers.
Nearly 2,000 people total donated, and on the Pittsburgh campus, individual donations averaged $339 — a University record.
They packed 16,000 meal kits at a Rise Against Hunger event in the Petersen Events Center.
A recent gathering highlighted the promises that Pitt’s made and kept to the neighborhood, from vaccine clinics to science demonstrations for kids.