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Pitt’s Center for Governance and Markets won a $2.4 million grant to study how societies overcome deep differences
Funded by the John Templeton Foundation, Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili will co-lead the project, which will foster a global network of scholars to tackle polarization and social divisions.
The Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service supports young leaders who can bridge divides and help solve the world’s biggest challenges. Meet our winners.
The program’s fellows are putting their research into practice from Pittsburgh to Accra. Learn more about their work at a Sept. 13-14 symposium.
All six of the University’s global and area centers won both National Resource Center grants and Foreign Language Area Studies fellowships totaling $11 million.
The study abroad fellowship is among the most prestigious and competitive awards for American scholars.
Lucia Dammert (GSPIA ’97) is at the center of the country’s rebirth as chief of advisors to President Gabriel Boric.
It’s the longest-ever glacier record for the tropics, and it could help scientists better understand modern-day climate change.
A gift from David C. Frederick will benefit students at the University of Pittsburgh and University College at Oxford University
The David C. Frederick Honors College at the University of Pittsburgh is named in honor of the Pitt alumnus (A&S ’83) and Rhodes Scholar.
A dual emergency of trauma and destroyed infrastructure is emerging in Ukraine. Alexandre Dombrovski and Carmen Andreescu are using their expertise to help.
This August, the Ukrainian Legal Assistance Project will bring Ukrainian lawyers to Pitt and support them in defending their country.
Pitt’s Edouard Machery is leading a cross-cultural network of scholars to find out — and answer some of philosophy’s toughest questions.
Despite the war, people in Ukraine are yearning for knowledge and skills, he told members of the Association of American Universities in a virtual address Monday.
Economist Tymofiy Mylovanov gave his Pitt students a “heartbreaking and enlightening” look at the struggles of a war-torn nation.
This year’s 46 recipients will travel to Ghana, Italy, Guam and elsewhere for immersive global learning experiences.
The Open Society University Network has identified the Center for Governance and Markets program as a critical partner in resettling at-risk Afghan scholars.
Pitt economics professor Tymofiy Mylovanov shared updates from Ukraine.
Pitt experts and students have shared their stories about the war in The Wall Street Journal, CNN and other media outlets.
Psyanky eggs in Ukraine, tulips in Turkey: Learn how nine cultures celebrate the season during special tours March 18-19.
Pitt researchers received $14.5 million from the Department of Defense to fight viruses that cause brain infections and could be used in biowarfare.
Maureen Lichtveld was the youngest and first female physician to work directly in the Amazon rainforest. Join her on a study abroad program there this summer.