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She’s one of 12 U.S. professors working with the Flying University Courses for Ukrainian Students program.
A new Pitt study describes a hidden cost of being social that can likely be found across the animal kingdom — even in humans.
Here are the best gardening tips from urban agriculture nonprofit leader Denele Hughson (A&S ’08).
Forbes recognized Pitt as one of the top 300 employers in America for new grads, spanning all industries, at No. 139.
All units at Pitt are required to conduct a performance appraisal with each employee.
In a dramatic scaling up of an experimental treatment for deadly bacterial infections, 11 out of 20 patients responded well to the therapy and none showed adverse effects.
To commemorate Women Veterans Day on June 12, we interviewed impressive vets who are pushing for representation and support in the armed service and beyond.
Marisa Williams, who was tasked by Gov. Tom Wolf to better the lives of Black Pennsylvanians, credits Pitt’s TRIO Student Support Services Program with starting her on a path of community building.
Ali Hoefnagel brings more than a decade of LGBTQ advocacy and experience to the role.
N. John Cooper will also return to Pitt to lead research computing.
Nearly 60 women came together for the Higher Education Resource Services event this May.
A new study co-authored by the late Freddie Fu reviews the environmental costs of orthopedic surgeries and explores more sustainable options.
The Healthy Homewood Project brought together Pitt graduate students and the neighborhood YMCA to combat obesity and chronic illness through wellness education and fitness.
More than 3,000 Pitt employees gathered for an afternoon of barbecue, cornhole and catching up.
A dual emergency of trauma and destroyed infrastructure is emerging in Ukraine. Alexandre Dombrovski and Carmen Andreescu are using their expertise to help.
Jamie Wincovitch, Melissa Kluchurosky, Diane Chabal and Jared Lanza are taking on new positions.
For the first time since 2019, biologists, birders and staff from the National Aviary, Pennsylvania Game Commission and Pitt worked together to band the young peregrines.
The committee selected Rodakowski for her bold vision and demonstration of exceptional abilities to lead the department.
Embrace the summer season with Pride festivals, an August Wilson play and jazz performances.
She is a professor in the School of Medicine and director of the Palliative Research Center.