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This Pitt anthropologist studies race, class and sports. Here’s what he thinks about the 2022 Olympics.
Gabby M.H. Yearwood turned his experience as the only Black kid on the ice rink into a career of thinking critically about the cultural importance of sports.
Adam Chang started commentating football games for Tencent Sports in September.
Here are three ways to ring in the Year of the Tiger, beginning Feb. 1.
The group’s 3D scans will be featured in an upcoming exhibit showing how objects made their way from Egypt to Pittsburgh.
The Allegheny County Youth Poet Laureate with a 30-year plan.
Morgenstern will complete his project at the Universidad de Salamanca in Spain.
The anthropology and museum studies senior wants to ensure that museums are a force for good in post-conflict societies. She’ll use the prestigious award to study in Northern Ireland.
Meet Omar Sadr, a political scientist who fled Taliban violence and now leads the Afghanistan Project at Pitt.
To predict the climate impact of oil as demand shifts, we need to take into account the many ways it's extracted, according to a new study in Nature by Pitt’s Mohammad Masnadi.
Alumnus Johannes John-Langba appointed regional VP for Africa at the World Federation for Mental Health
John-Langba’s research area is on the psychosocial dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic among university students and its impact on carers of persons with mental and neurological disorders.
Ihsan Qazi is working to make cheap smartphones as efficient as more expensive models and re-engineer websites to render on affordable devices.
Food, fun and feather headdresses made for a vibrant scene outside the William Pitt Union during the Center for Latin American Studies’ annual festival, held at Pitt since 1979. See the photos.
The Leslie A. Whittington Excellence in Teaching Award recognizes long-term excellence in teaching public policy and public affairs.
Valdis Dombrovskis tackled the complex global issues of carbon neutrality, trade and how to make technological changes work for all people in his Sept. 30 talk.
Pittsburgh joins just four other American cities in being featured on the prestigious platform.
An executive vice president of the European Commission will talk transatlantic trade and technology with GSPIA Associate Dean Erica Owen. He’ll also take questions from students.
The fellowship is sponsored by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.
Study abroad has a new name — the Global Experiences Office — and a new approach. Students can now get a truly global education from anywhere.
Michele Reid-Vazquez, associate professor of Africana Studies, has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute for Higher Education grant for her proposed institute,
A Pitt professor and dozens of volunteers are helping to connect Afghan citizens with former employers so they can apply for asylum in the U.S. Plus, Pitt resources for veterans.