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He’ll continue in his leadership roles at the Innovation Institute as well.
From salsa dancing to stargazing, we’ve got you covered for budget-friendly fun.
Pitt hosted the first Transnational Dialogues in Afro-Latin American and Afro-Latinx Studies Summer Institute
Scholars from across the country gathered to deepen their understanding of blackness in Latin America, the Caribbean and diasporic populations in the U.S.
The first report from Pitt’s National Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Family Supports highlights the many challenges of caring for loved ones.
Diamond Kinetics, founded by a Pitt professor and alumnus, creates sensors and other tech to help players analyze their game.
This Pitt-led program will help underrepresented minorities in science and medicine move into leadership roles
The multi-institutional TRANSFORM program supports mid-career faculty during a pivotal time for growth.
That’s significantly higher than previously documented, say the Pitt researchers who studied more than 600 youth over an 8-month period.
Here’s what they had to say during their on-campus remarks. Previous awardees have gone on to win the Nobel Prize.
The School of Medicine faculty member says she hopes to build public awareness of laboratory medicine and drive advancements that improve patient care.
The University’s signature inclusion event features 65 free sessions that will help participants learn, heal and grow. Here’s a preview of the workshops, performances and art.
In addition to cruising campus, Sgt. Jessica Urban coordinates Pitt Police’s participation in the Special Olympics of Pennsylvania and serves as a field training officer.
The Division of Student Affairs appointed two new directors focusing on inclusion and student involvement
Emiola J. Oriola is the director of belonging and inclusion, and DaVaughn Vincent-Bryan is the director of involvement and student unions.
The study abroad fellowship is among the most prestigious and competitive awards for American scholars.
Register today to start planning the sessions you’ll attend. Workshops cover topics ranging from the neurobiology of bias to fatphobia to activist burnout — and much more.
Yealy has served on the board of the journal since 1997.
Lucia Dammert (GSPIA ’97) is at the center of the country’s rebirth as chief of advisors to President Gabriel Boric.
The budget establishes student tuition and housing rates as well as salary pool increases.
She previously served as outreach coordinator in the office.
First-generation student Jerry Mascara says TRIO Student Support Services gave him the sense of belonging and study skills he needed to launch his career.
It’s the longest-ever glacier record for the tropics, and it could help scientists better understand modern-day climate change.