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This August, the Ukrainian Legal Assistance Project will bring Ukrainian lawyers to Pitt and support them in defending their country.
The virtual event is open to anyone who applies for these grants or supports people who do.
Her research focuses on improving access and quality of care for older adults.
Pitt Panthers are going all out for the latest college commitment season trend.
Swaminathan, the Thomas Marshall Professor of Marketing in the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, previously served as an associate editor.
Pitt’s Edouard Machery is leading a cross-cultural network of scholars to find out — and answer some of philosophy’s toughest questions.
The July 25-28 virtual event’s theme is “Rewiring Our Systems: Transforming the Intersections of Inequity.” Registration is free and open to the public.
Bria Walker’s recent production of “Emilia” featured three women of color playing the main role. It’s the latest example of her work to tell more people’s stories onstage.
Despite the war, people in Ukraine are yearning for knowledge and skills, he told members of the Association of American Universities in a virtual address Monday.
Pitt engineers are developing a tiny tracking system to find out.
Department of Mathematics Chair Jonathan Rubin and Postdoctoral Researcher Ryan Phillips in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences published the paper in April in the journal eLife.
Jessica Davis was honored with a $24,000 grant through the Rockefeller University Heilbrunn Family Center for Research Nursing Scholars.
Bacteria-killing viruses discovered by Pitt researchers are saving patients who have no other options
Two new studies from Graham Hatfull's lab show how phage therapy can help more people with dire antibiotic-resistant infections.
Using an innovative approach called population health management, Manisha Jhamb aims to get patients treated sooner to stave off severe disease. The effort could be a game-changer for rural areas.
This year’s New East Cinema Symposium will focus on the impact of political repression on Ukrainian cinema.
The Law Enforcement Torch Run raises money and awareness for the Special Olympics movement. Pitt Police will participate in all legs of the journey from Pittsburgh to State College.
For more than 50 years, the commonwealth has funded a tuition discount for in-state Pitt students. This year, the discount is at risk. Learn more in this Pitt Magazine Q&A with Chancellor Patrick
On June 3, enjoy free lunch, games, raffles and more. Register by May 27 to be eligible for prizes.
The committee called her book on slavery, indigenous people and settler colonialism “a transformative work.”
Pitt experts and librarians have developed dozens of LibGuides to help you understand everything from Russian history to queer horror.