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Henderson (A&S ’67G) “transformed the role of provost, and the University of Pittsburgh itself, during his tenure here,” Chancellor Patrick Gallagher said.
Winners of the med school’s highest honor will present alongside Pitt researchers on cutting-edge biomedical topics.
As new host of the Southwest Pennsylvania Water Network, the collaboratory aims to help build a stronger regional identity around the area’s rivers.
In addition to winning a medal and prize money, Stanford’s Carolyn Bertozzi, founder of the field of biorthoogonal chemistry, will present a special lecture at Pitt.
Doug Browning (A&S ’72), who has served on the board since 2013, will be the governing body’s first African American leader.
Anyone may submit creative works to the competition. Winners will be announced during the Diversity Forum, July 25-28.
Sessions include bloodborne pathogens and chemical hygiene as well as self-defense and active killer trainings.
He assumes the role July 1.
Amy Lynn Seybert was selected after a competitive national search. She’s been the chair of Pitt’s Department of Pharmacy and Therapeutics for the past 12 years.
Gymnast Olivia Miller warms up on the uneven bars, her favorite event. She’s a senior, and this competition in Washington, D.C., is her final meet. She circles around and around, gaining speed until
Nearly 2,000 people total donated, and on the Pittsburgh campus, individual donations averaged $339 — a University record.
The fee structure will support increased wellness services as well as the opening of the new Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.
Jeanine Buchanich’s work with the Pennsylvania Department of Health is pinpointing which public health interventions show the most benefit.
The philosopher, Africana studies scholar and professor at Harvard University will serve a three-year term.
Elizabeth Skidmore won the 2022 Women in Rehabilitation Science Award from the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
She is chair of Pitt’s Department of Occupational Therapy.
From music to markets, here’s how to observe the holiday in Pittsburgh.
For these Pitt dads, teaming up with their children was a highlight of their careers.
19 valedictorians and salutatorians from the district are headed to Pitt in the fall.
They packed 16,000 meal kits at a Rise Against Hunger event in the Petersen Events Center.
A new Pitt study describes a hidden cost of being social that can likely be found across the animal kingdom — even in humans.