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An engineer and two former Pitt wrestlers hit the world-famous track last week.
Breanna Tomsey, the new Student Government Association president and a community assistant, explains what she loves about the campus and how to make the most of your time there.
Each year, Allegheny County recognizes workplaces and public spaces that make the extra effort to support breastfeeding in the community.
Joe Maggiore is studying how to make more realistic kidney analogs in the lab. He’s also trying to create unique nightlife experiences. See his performance Aug. 19.
The researchers hope their grades will help break down lack of transparency, fragmentation and other barriers to clean water.
Pitt Research, the Swanson School of Engineering and the David C. Frederick Honors College partnered with the Department of Energy to establish the SHURE-Grid program for undergraduate students.
See 109 new students receive their coats in person or watch the livestream at 2 p.m.
New students will compete to be the best orientation group on campus.
Louis R. Cestello, who most recently was vice chair, is serving as interim chair of the governing body that oversees all charitable, scientific and academic activities at Pitt.
From turning biomass into a heating source to leading COVID-19 vaccination efforts, these researchers are at the frontlines of change.
High schoolers and undergraduate students worked closely with faculty mentors at Pitt and presented their research for their mentors and educators — and even the CDC.
The School of Public Health senior research scientist was recognized for mentoring women in higher education.
Ian Flynn argues that plumes of water shooting from below the moon’s surface merit a closer look for organic matter — and NASA agrees.
The Pitt-Greensburg leader and musicophile suggested 11 bops to help you succeed in the new school year.
More than 150 incoming students received their white coats and recited the Hippocratic Oath during ceremonies this summer.
Faculty, staff and students in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences and the College of General Studies are invited to the monthly virtual sessions.
Students from across the country are completing their coursework online, then coming to Pittsburgh to hone their skills in person. Here’s how program could be transformative for underserved areas.
The new commission will focus on the needs of Pennsylvanians ages 16-26 years old.
In partnership with Pittsburgh Public Schools, Genius, Joy and Love is showing young adults the transformative power of teaching and diversifying local schools.
The student chapter was recognized for its seminar series and mentoring program.