Features & Articles
The University’s approach to COVID-19 employed new testing strategies and put trust in its experts and community, a Journal of American College Health paper found.
Winners will be celebrated at Pitt’s 2023 K. Leroy Irvis Black History Month event on Feb. 22.
When a dentist removes old fillings or a mechanic changes a car’s oil, where do the chemicals go? At Pitt, thoughtful handling of harsh materials led to record-breaking recycling numbers in 2022.
The American Association for Advancement of Science recognized Donna Huryn and Wen Xie for their contributions to science and society.
The Salk Hall renovation project marks 17 buildings with the green certification, totaling 1.6 million square feet, at the University.
Celebrate Black history and diverse voices throughout the month with works by August Wilson, a dance ensemble, a women's hackathon and more.
Psychology’s Michael Sayette found evidence for what many of us already suspected: Zoom calls don’t quite cut it when it comes to certain social interactions.
A team from the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is harnessing the multimodal technology to deliver patient-focused treatment.
The acclaimed poet and writer spoke on emotional wellness during MLK Social Justice Week.
Principal investigator Ruth Mostern will use the $350,000 award to fund an expansion of the World Historical Gazetteer.
Marian Bezamat and colleagues recently found a surprising connection between cavities and skin and breast cancer.
The two-story building, which features seven lab spaces, will allow nursing and sciences programs to grow.
The program supports underrepresented undergraduates with advising and mentoring to ensure their retention and success.
It’s not too late to reevaluate your goals and set yourself up for success: Here are Omid Fotuhi and Sophia Choukas-Bradley’s 7 tips for lasting change.
The Community Engagement Center’s Digital Inclusion Studio promotes digital literacy and development for both adults and children.
More than 80 master’s and professional programs offer scholarship funding for students and alumni who continue their studies at Pitt.
Although many cut down on their consumption for Dry January, popular beliefs about the positives of drinking prevail. Christina Mair explains that the research isn't so clear.
With the honor, the Pitt professor and wheelchair technology innovator joins an illustrious group of innovators.
From mask crafting to Indian dancing, there’s plenty to do in January.
A group of bipartisan politicians and health care experts shared their plans, progress and hope during a Dec. 16 Pitt panel discussion.