Features & Articles
From Bradford birding to Hispanic Heritage Month events, there’s plenty to keep you busy as fall rolls in.
Pitt’s tree-planting efforts support more than the environment — there are health benefits too. Here are five trees on the Pittsburgh campus that are worth a peep as the leaves begin to turn.
Join these Pitt groups, plus learn about community resources for those who have or are interested in Hispanic heritage.
Vote for your favorites on Oct. 4-5. They’ll receive an award and $1,500 during the Oct. 8 Homecoming game.
The new Latin American Cultural Center and Museum houses art, programming and 20,000 years’ worth of history. Here’s how Pitt people and the community made it happen.
The weeklong collaboration with the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center will welcome past and present Indigenous University community members and educate newcomers on Native cultures.
From a night of salsa music to a lively street festival, here are just some of the activities commemorating the month at Pitt and beyond.
Students, alumni and friends are invited to a Sept. 16 grand opening ceremony to meet entrepreneurs in residence and learn about upcoming programs.
Pitt and UPMC Enterprises partner to accelerate research commercialization and build Pittsburgh’s life sciences economy
Pitt investigators studying women’s health, autoimmune disease and rare neurological diseases can get up to $1 million per year for up to two years through a new partnership.
Stay on top of your classwork, order food and keep yourself safe with these downloads.
Distributed through the American Rescue Plan, the grants will support programs to help Pennsylvanians thrive in today’s economy.
From fix-it stations to free rides, the Pittsburgh campus has everything you need to bike around town. Learn more about urban cycling during Sept. 12-16 events.
From New Student Convocation to the annual Activities Fair, the Pittsburgh campus was abuzz during Welcome Week. See our favorite pictures.
There’s plenty to keep you busy, including block parties, film screenings and a Chinese cultural festival.
Pitt’s Julie Fiez and Carnegie Mellon’s Lori Holt will lead the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition into its next era of collaboration and curiosity.
All neighbors — both short- and long-term — are invited to the September events featuring food, games, music and more.
Whether you’re new to Pitt or a proud parent, here are the athletics traditions you need to know.
With a 30-year agreement, the biotech company will be the first tenant at Pitt BioForge on Hazelwood Green.
Pitt’s oldest tradition turns 102 this year — learn more about the rite of passage and how it’s changed over time.
Highlights include new SodaStream machines and an improved employee dining program.