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The award recognizes female researchers who make a notable scientific contribution to the field.
She has worked on projects related to the older driver.
More than 300 Pitt volunteers helped over 1,400 people access health care at this year’s Mission of Mercy Pittsburgh event.
Four graduate students received support from the inaugural LGBTQIA+ Endowed Research and Outreach Fund
The fund was created by Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program Director Todd Reeser and instructor Julie Beaulieu.
Pitt’s University Library System received its largest-ever grant in support of the August Wilson Archive
The Henry L. Hillman Foundation donated $1 million to finish the processing of the archive and bring it to the public.
It’s her first, first-author publication.
The 12 athletes from nine sports will be inducted during a Sept. 30 celebration.
Best Colleges recognized Pitt's gender-inclusive housing, comprehensive resources and integration of LGBTQIA+ students in Greek Life.
The assistant professor was granted the Emerging and Innovating Practice Award by the American Occupational Therapy Association.
A Nature paper led by a Pitt PhD student revealed a crucial flaw in studies that attempt to predict complex personality traits from one-off brain scans.
The Class of 2026 received their coats, recited the Hippocratic Oath and honored a late legend of the school.
James Martin will focus on STEM research, while Sanjeev Shroff will serve as interim dean of the Swanson School.
With the technology finally maturing and industry taking notice, Pitt engineers now have access to a machine that pushes the limits of additive manufacturing.
The winners will each get $75,000 to pursue projects in support of the Plan for Pitt.
Homewood resident and educator Michelle Stewart plans to further strengthen collaborations between the community and University partners.
The honor supports highly productive and creative mid-career faculty with $25,000 in research support.
Students learn a range of technical skills including introductory digital literacy, cyber ethics and systems security.
The center is your one-stop shop for course design resources and support, educational technology and teaching workshops, and mentor training.
These visual, written and performance artists were chosen out of nearly 80 submissions and won cash prizes.
The program supports faculty from historically disadvantaged backgrounds in their research endeavors.