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This Pitt-Johnstown professor boosted COVID-19 vaccination rates in rural Pa.
Jill Henning harnessed her expertise as an infectious disease researcher and consummate collaborator to get a remarkable number of shots in arms.
Calling all volunteers: Your help is needed at commencement
Sign up to lend a hand at Graduation Central or the April 30 ceremony by March 24.
8 new projects received funding in the Pitt Seed 2.0 competition
This summer, they’ll pitch their ideas to campus leadership for the chance for $75,000 in funding.
Pitt’s HexAI lab earned a grant to address challenges in total joint arthroplasty research
The Oracle for Research award will fund a project that uses AI to improve diagnosis and treatment mechanisms.
4 Pitt students were named 2023 Critical Language scholars
The graduate and undergraduate students will work toward fluency in languages that are critical to U.S. national security and economic prosperity.
Don’t miss Pitt’s 2023 Student Sustainability Symposium on April 21
The 16th annual event will showcase class projects and celebrate this year’s sustainability awardees.
Register to volunteer on Be a Good Neighbor Day by March 27
Service projects on April 1 will take place in Oakland, Homewood and the Hill District.
Pitt researchers earned an EPA grant to study the health impacts of increased rainfall
The project, which earned $1.3 million in funding, will analyze the climate change phenomenon’s impact among residents of two low-income Black neighborhoods in Pittsburgh.
Pitt Med students meet their match
On Match Day 2023, 135 fourth-year medical students found out where they’ll continue their training as residents.
Register for the Humanities @ Work conference on March 29
The event is a full day of interdisciplinary learning for Pitt people in the health, community and technology industries.
Lydia Grmai was selected for the NIH MOSAIC program
The award, which aims to enhance diversity in the biomedical research workforce, will fund her career development and research for up to five years.
See a new portrait honoring the first Black woman to graduate from Pitt’s School of Pharmacy
When two doctoral students realized there wasn’t a commemoration of Ella P. Stewart on campus, they took action. Learn more about her at a March 21 event.
2 Pitt people were honored during a celebration of global education
A faculty member highlighting the plight of domestic workers in Asia and an alumna safeguarding human rights in Nigeria are the winners of the 10th annual Sheth Awards.
Pitt-Bradford was named a Top 10 Military Friendly school
It’s the 13th consecutive year that Viqtory Media has recognized the campus for providing opportunities for veterans.
What Pitt employees should know about the next phase of the Compensation Modernization Project
This summer, the University will implement the structure across Pitt Worx and Talent Center, transitioning from the current staff classification system to the comprehensive new job catalog.
Gina Bleck is vice chancellor for planning, design and construction
The architect will lead a new office within Pitt’s Business and Operations.
Michael Baker was awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship
The Pitt undergraduate will pursue his Master of Philosophy degree at the University of Cambridge in England.
Jason Togyer co-authored a book about local journalism
Reporting by the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’s communications manager helps to recount and shed new light on the events of 2020 in “American Deadline.”
Here are the 2023 Community Engaged Scholarship Forum awardees
Pitt celebrated contributions to COVID-19 mitigation, drinking water quality and more at the March ceremony.
This Pitt program is helping small minority-owned businesses succeed
The Mentor-Protege Program pairs large construction firms with smaller companies to create a more resilient regional economy.