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How to get involved with the General Education Reform Task Force

All members of the Pitt community are invited to share their feedback via an online survey and listening sessions through April 22.

  • University News
  • Teaching & Learning
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You could win a $5,000 gift card when you donate blood this March

Vitalant will be on the University’s Pittsburgh campus for five days this month.

  • Community Impact
  • Pittsburgh Campus
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Introducing the new embedded clinician for the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences

Adriana Cox will serve the overall well-being and mental health of the graduate student community.

  • Health and Wellness
  • Graduate and professional students
  • Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
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Pitt Law won the National Tax Moot Court Competition

The three students, coached by alumni and faculty, went undefeated throughout the tournament.

  • Arts and Humanities
  • Students
  • School of Law
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Pitt-Titusville launches rebranded Education and Training Center

Formerly known as the Hub, the school is raising community awareness of its associate degrees and Swanson School of Engineering sponsored courses.

  • Teaching & Learning
  • Pitt-Titusville
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An undergrad from Ukraine is exploring how VR might comfort those with PTSD

Moved by her own experiences with trauma, Sofiya Synychych developed a meditative application with help from Pitt-Bradford faculty.

  • Health and Wellness
  • Technology & Science
  • Pitt-Bradford
A student in a white lab coat looks at a vial full of duckweed

836 Pitt undergraduates contributed data for a new study on plants and pollution

The study originated from a lab course, Duckweed Survivor, that encourages students to see themselves as researchers.

  • Innovation and Research
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
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The best way to retain memories may depend on the content

New Pitt and Temple research tests approaches for spacing out and memorizing different types of material.

  • Innovation and Research
  • Center for Neuroscience
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A Pitt junior will compete on 'The Amazing Race'

Biological sciences major Maya Mody will compete alongside her brother on Season 36 of the reality adventure show.

  • Global
  • Undergraduate students
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This Pitt program is leveling up the gene therapy workforce in Pittsburgh

Leah Byrne’s Pittsburgh Gene Therapy Bootcamp teaches lab skills and connects grad students to biotech companies.

  • Technology & Science
Greg Delgoffe and Leah Byrne

2 Pitt faculty were elected Senior Members of the National Academy of Inventors

Leah Byrne and Greg Delgoffe of the School of Medicine were honored for their innovations in cell and gene therapy.

  • Technology & Science
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Pitt undergrads will offer free tax assistance through April 12

In partnership with the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program provides Pittsburgh residents with tax return and refund support.

  • University News
  • Community Impact
  • Undergraduate students
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A poignant news story led to dozens of new pledges for the National Sports Brain Bank

Former Pittsburgh weatherman Jon Burnett shared his suspected diagnosis of CTE. An outpouring of support followed.

  • Innovation and Research
  • Our City/Our Campus
  • School of Medicine
Chloë Glover

A Pitt PhD candidate earned a Mendenhall Research Fellowship

Chloë Glover will work with the U.S. Geological Survey to develop a 3D tectonic framework of the northeastern area of Washington State

  • Innovation and Research
  • Graduate and professional students
  • Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
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2 Pitt seniors competed at an ethics in engineering competition

Alison Linares Mendoza and Anvi Viji-Anand are the first to represent the University in the challenge.

  • Technology & Science
  • Undergraduate students
  • Swanson School of Engineering
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No. 1 ROC finishes dominant run to win the first Pitt Madness

The beloved mascot won each of his rounds with over 59% of the votes. Look back on his matchups throughout the month.

  • University News
  • Our City/Our Campus
  • Pittsburgh Campus
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2 Pitt students received 2024 Critical Language Scholarships

Dannial Cardillo and Christine White will both study Persian in Tajikistan.

  • Global
  • Students
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Think Pitt is a health research MVP? Vote for it.

Spinal cord research that’s restoring movement to stroke patients is part of the STAT Madness competition to determine this year’s most innovative research.

  • Health and Wellness
  • Innovation and Research
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Apply for a Pitt film boot camp by March 29

The four-day intensive will teach faculty, staff and graduate and professional students how to communicate their research via video.

  • Arts and Humanities
  • Innovation and Research
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Joseph J. McCarthy named Pitt’s provost and senior vice chancellor

He’s served the University for more than 25 years as both an award-winning faculty member and transformative leader.

  • University News