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The weeklong collaboration with the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center will welcome past and present Indigenous University community members and educate newcomers on Native cultures.
A new study shows where industry and weather dropped metals like lead and cadmium in Pittsburgh soils.
From a night of salsa music to a lively street festival, here are just some of the activities commemorating the month at Pitt and beyond.
When Pitt economist Osea Giuntella offered students just $30 per week to sleep longer, they did — and the results persisted past the study period. Here’s what that could mean for other habits.
Students, alumni and friends are invited to a Sept. 16 grand opening ceremony to meet entrepreneurs in residence and learn about upcoming programs.
The first-ever event — part conference and part celebration — will include lectures, roundtables, performances, crafts and a food market.
He will write a 20-minute work for an ensemble featuring flute, clarinet, cello, piano and percussion instruments.
Angie Cruz’s “How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water” tells the story of a “God-awful” middle-aged heroine looking for work. Join Cruz at a Sept. 13 book launch event.
The University also ranked No. 39 for undergraduate research and No. 23 among public universities in the U.S.
By using the city’s supercomputing superpowers, their goal is to develop a global atlas of healthy cells in the human body that any researchers can access.
Mary Hawk and Yan Ma will lead the Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences and the Department of Biostatistics, respectively.
Stay on top of your classwork, order food and keep yourself safe with these downloads.
Pitt and UPMC Enterprises partner to accelerate research commercialization and build Pittsburgh’s life sciences economy
Pitt investigators studying women’s health, autoimmune disease and rare neurological diseases can get up to $1 million per year for up to two years through a new partnership.
13 students, alumni and staff made the cut.
The call for Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching, Research and Public Service Awards is now open, as is the call for the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Doctoral Mentoring.
The program’s fellows are putting their research into practice from Pittsburgh to Accra. Learn more about their work at a Sept. 13-14 symposium.
Distributed through the American Rescue Plan, the grants will support programs to help Pennsylvanians thrive in today’s economy.
From fix-it stations to free rides, the Pittsburgh campus has everything you need to bike around town. Learn more about urban cycling during Sept. 12-16 events.
Pitt is No. 18 nationwide and No. 6 among public university programs in the 2022-23 ranking.
A Pitt psychiatry team studying suicide earned a $16.2 million grant renewal from the National Institute of Mental Health
The ETUDES Center will use the funds to combat adolescent suicide with a focus on Black and Hispanic youth.