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Ruth Mostern won a book prize from the Association for Asian Studies
The professor in Pitt’s Department of History earned the 2023 Joseph Levenson Prize for her account of China’s Yellow River that spans 3,000 years.
Pitt was recognized again as one of America’s Best Large Employers by Forbes
The University rose to No. 175 in the overall rankings and is the most preferred large employer in the Pittsburgh area.
More than 9,400 alumni and donors raised $2.4 million during this year’s Pitt Day of Giving
See which schools, programs and student organizations won additional challenge funds.
Meet 6 local heroes of Black resistance
Pitt will honor the champions for equality, inclusion and anti-racism initiatives at a Feb. 22 night of celebration.
Pitt’s Center for Latin American Studies joined an international consortium on Afro-Latin American studies
Universities from five countries will examine how African descendants contributed to Latin American history and culture.
Pitt Law student Kaleigh Dryden is a 2023 Presidential Management Fellow
As a finalist in the government’s flagship leadership development program, she will seek an appointment at a federal agency.
Amit Sethi earned an NIH grant to study improving hand function in stroke survivors
The $425,000 in funding will support work in Pitt’s Neuromotor Recovery and Rehabilitation Laboratory.
Jennifer Lingler earned $2.1 million to study patient reactions to Alzheimer’s diagnoses
The National Institute on Aging is funding the research, led by the School of Nursing professor, to help support patients and their families.
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center named a new director
James Barr von Oehsen, who was also named vice chancellor for research computing, will lead the Pitt-Carnegie Mellon venture.
Take part in the Pitt Advocates day of digital advocacy on Feb. 28
Write your legislators to tell them you support continued funding for the University.
A Ukrainian Pitt professor on the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion
Economist Tymofiy Mylovanov has been documenting daily life in the war zone. Here’s what he has to say about the conflict and the future.
Worried about students using AI chatbots? This professor isn’t.
Ray Jones in Pitt Business is an avid user of ChatGPT — and he’s encouraging his students to try it, too.
See the new Webb telescope image that left a Pitt astronomer ‘starstruck’
Using galaxies like a magnifying glass allowed astronomers, including Rachel Bezanson, to capture never-before-seen details in a patch of sky known as Pandora’s Cluster. Look back in time with her.
Black-owned businesses to explore in Pittsburgh
Pitt’s Office of Engagement and Community Affairs offered a list of boutiques, bakeries and more to support during Black History Month.
Pitt lands $14.3 million for research linking dementia and cardiovascular disease
Funded by the WoodNext Foundation, researchers will use an interdisciplinary approach to uncover the causes of two of the most costly and deadly illnesses in the U.S.
Graduate students: Apply for paid Pennsylvania Robotics and Technology Fellowships by March 2
Help regional companies adopt autonomous technology through this Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business collaboration.
Don’t miss a historic performance of August Wilson’s ‘Seven Guitars’ by Pitt Stages this February
It’s the theater department’s first time featuring work from the celebrated American Century Cycle and the second show featuring an all-Black cast.
The University of Pittsburgh Press announced its literature and poetry prize winners
Kelly Sather won the Drue Heinz Literature Prize for her book of short stories; Ryler Dustin’s collection earned him the Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize.
Comment on a draft policy regarding licensing of Pitt's name and trademarks through March 13
Members of the Pitt community are invited to provide feedback via an online form.
Attraction is key to keeping your relationship alive — but not how you think
How secure you feel in your relationship impacts how you view your partner’s attraction to other people, says Pitt psychologist Alexandra Black.