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These five events put international art, voices and perspectives on display.
Understanding how mountains formed could help us predict future tectonic events and find minerals for electronics, says Fulbright Fellow and Pitt-Johnstown Associate Professor Ryan Kerrigan.
The American Political Science Association honored the center for its Afghan Asylum Project, Afghanistan Project and other efforts to assist refugees.
Associate Professor Caitlin Bruce studies how murals and graffiti vivify public spaces.
The founder of “Kakenya’s Dream” earned the Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership's Exemplary Leader Award.
The Centering Taiwan in Global Asia project provides lesson plans and other resources on the island’s rich history.
Michael Meyer, a professor in the Writing Program, will present his studies on Taiwanese history to German audiences.
The announcement comes a year after the University was named a top producer of U.S. recipients in 2022-23.
The recipients will travel to Croatia, Latvia, Montenegro and Tajikistan.
A faculty member highlighting the plight of domestic workers in Asia and an alumna safeguarding human rights in Nigeria are the winners of the 10th annual Sheth Awards.
Pitt’s Center for Latin American Studies joined an international consortium on Afro-Latin American studies
Universities from five countries will examine how African descendants contributed to Latin American history and culture.
Economist Tymofiy Mylovanov has been documenting daily life in the war zone. Here’s what he has to say about the conflict and the future.
Meet the nine Pitt scholars in this year’s cohort.
Pitt students working in collaboration with City of Asylum interviewed the exiled activist about her work to free her home country from a cycle of undemocratic rule.
The prestigious scholarship will support Alex Firestine as he earns a master’s degree in climate change, agriculture and food security at the University of Galway.
Tours begin Nov. 25, and the annual open house will be held in person on Dec. 4 after a two-year hiatus.
As the world’s population approaches 8 billion people, reducing global health risks will require combating climate change, says Pitt Public Health Dean Maureen Lichtveld.
A childhood fascination with nature and support from Pitt-Bradford mentors helped Jonathan Josephs-Spaulding build a career that’s taken him around the world.
Hillary Koller, a two-time Pitt alum, brings 15 years of higher ed experience to the role. Her team is re-imagining what it means to study abroad.
A new podcast from linguists Ece Ulus and Heather McNaught dissects song lyrics to teach pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar to language learners.