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His lectureship is one of a number of efforts to boost African studies at the University.
From the rural corners of Pennsylvania to operating rooms in Rwanda, Ben Davies is committed to addressing inequities in health care. His varied research interests — studying treatment disparities in
Kyle Orwig received the Distinguished Researcher Award from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine
The Pitt professor will be honored for his contributions to the field during a ceremony in October.
Pitt’s tree-planting efforts support more than the environment — there are health benefits too. Here are five trees on the Pittsburgh campus that are worth a peep as the leaves begin to turn.
Pitt psychiatrist Rebecca Price writes about her new study, which supports the idea that the drug opens a “window of opportunity” for patients with depression to improve their self-worth.
Recipients were honored during halftime at the homecoming football game.
Join these Pitt groups, plus learn about community resources for those who have or are interested in Hispanic heritage.
Share what traits and experiences you think the next leader of the University should have.
The PITT pathway, described in a Nature paper by faculty members Jay Xiaojun Tan and Toren Finkel, fixes a part of the cell that recycles waste.
In a new publication, Pitt researchers share how they crafted a guide that prioritizes safety for field researchers from marginalized groups.
Pitt’s Regional Dementia Caregiver Training and Employment Program received a $500,000 grant from the Henry L. Hillman Foundation
The program is training hundreds of caregivers on skills essential to support persons living with dementia.
The Intergovernmental Personnel Act Assignments and Management of University Facilities and Grounds policies are available for review and comment.
The University’s support for a diverse, campus culture and climate are just some of the efforts recognized.
Allie brings more than 20 years of experience to the position, which will oversee strategic priorities and leadership development.
Food, music, art and more await at the free event, which celebrates the next phase of the center’s development.
Share your thoughts on Oct. 3 at 9:30 a.m. or Oct. 7 at 4:30 p.m.
Pitt’s Center for Governance and Markets won a $2.4 million grant to study how societies overcome deep differences
Funded by the John Templeton Foundation, Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili will co-lead the project, which will foster a global network of scholars to tackle polarization and social divisions.
She most recently served as the University’s biosafety officer.
He’s also been named the David Silver Professor.
The search committee is seeking community feedback and has hired a search firm to find the University’s 19th chancellor. Here’s how you can participate.