Features & Articles
Fernando Tormos-Aponte's social science research is inspired by his homeland’s experience rebuilding after Hurricane Maria.
A Pitt analysis of 20 million research papers shows how teams of scientists that collaborate from a distance are less likely to do paradigm-shifting work.
The annual event features nationality and heritage rooms decked in seasonal splendor, music and cultural demonstrations, traditional foods and baked goods and a visit from St. Nicholas.
Delivering remarks as vice chair for education on the Council of Competitiveness, Gabel emphasized the importance of partnerships and thought leadership on new technologies.
The national honor recognizes the University’s Pittsburgh Study.
The funding saves in-state students approximately $64,000 over a four-year undergraduate career.
The life sciences capital growth company will use the funds to accelerate technology entrepreneurship in Pittsburgh and beyond.
From drafting materials for President Biden’s senior staff to seeing Jennifer Hudson perform, Chinyere Okonkwo, Jake Lorenz, Sophia Shapiro and Liam Horan got a front seat to history as summer interns
A Pitt study shows another way negative experiences in early in life can get “under the skin.”
New research from Swanson School researchers may help develop better algorithms for self-driving cars by studying how the brain reacts to visual stimuli.
The longtime Pitt leader is headed to the University of Virginia for a new opportunity.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Pitt has become a thriving hub for older adults seeking intellectual enrichment and a vibrant community of lifelong learners.
Erin E. Kershaw’s lab will benefit from donations to the Frank Calandra, Jr. Family Foundation. Learn more about the man who inspired the effort.
A new Department of Health and Human Services grant will provide $5 million in funding to improve access to care for underserved populations.
The Gismondi Foundation has committed to more than $1 million to support Pitt’s community engagement efforts
The latest gift will create a neighborhood education program meant to expand learning opportunities for children and Pitt students alike.
A September conference drew more than 250 attendees to celebrate and showcase the work that’s transforming Pitt.
The climate-controlled lockers in Litchfield Towers are one of the many ways Pitt is making on-campus life easier for students — and ensuring no one goes hungry.
Five years later, all are invited to reflect, volunteer and create messages of hope.
Experts in residence will help the Pitt community expand their views on the world. Meet Morgan Overton, Sherry Sykes and Damon Young.
With support from the Richard King Mellon Foundation and local schools and businesses, Future Works is the outcome of a yearslong effort to revitalize downtown Johnstown.