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Some groups took a big mental-health hit from COVID-19 — but others showed surprising resilience, according to recent research led by a Pitt PhD student.
These five events put international art, voices and perspectives on display.
The Frederick Honors College graduate directed, co-wrote and produced the romantic drama “Pivot.”
Future space probes will travel to the nearby planet to look for signs of flowing lava. Pitt’s Ian Flynn is making sure they’ll be able to find the evidence if it’s there.
He will pitch his blood-based cerebral aneurysm test on Oct. 24.
Fossil fuel workers have the right skills to join the green revolution. They’re just not in the right places, according to a new study by Pitt researcher Morgan Frank.
The first Pitt student selected for the prestigious aeronautics program, she spent the summer working for Daher’s Aircraft Division in France.
Ecotone Renewables will receive $300,000 to install five anaerobic digesters, which divert carbon emissions by turning local food waste into fertilizer.
Construction on the life sciences research hub is scheduled to begin this year.
The teaching associate professor of studio arts received $20,000 for her project based on Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery.”
Understanding how mountains formed could help us predict future tectonic events and find minerals for electronics, says Fulbright Fellow and Pitt-Johnstown Associate Professor Ryan Kerrigan.
Faculty, staff and graduate students learned the ins and outs of video production to publicize their work — and you can, too.
The associate professor will participate in a two-year professional development program for current and aspiring DEI leaders in the geosciences.
No. 4: Attend the annual Fall Safety Fair and Fire Safety Day on Oct. 3.
The University also ranked highly in two new categories, cracking the top 50 for psychology and economics undergraduate programs.
The associate professor of medicine and clinical and translational science at Pitt will advise researchers on patient-centered outcomes.
After more than a decade, Kate Gundlach has the experience and clout to hold one of the sport’s top engineering jobs and work for one of its most talented, unpredictable drivers.
Volunteers will collect trash with teammates from around their neighborhoods on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Innovators at the University earned 105 utility patents in 2022, ranking Pitt at No. 16 in the nation among universities.
See how our multimedia team captured the Cathedral of Learning and other spots around campus.