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These Pitt people’s work advocating for affordable health care landed them invitations to the White House
PhD student Amy Raslevich and alum Adrianne Sapienza attended yesterday’s signing of an executive order to strengthen the Affordable Care Act.
Get fresh produce and visit local vendors on select Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside the William Pitt Union.
Pop artist Burton Morris said he owes his life to the Cathedral of Learning. You can now see his painting of it in Hillman Library.
His parents met at Pitt in the ’50s. Last week, the Pittsburgh native unveiled his painting of the building that holds a special place in his heart.
The Pitt community steps up and speaks up to protect the in-state tuition rate for Pennsylvania’s students and families.
From Afropop to Pitt Stages plays, Pittwire previews upcoming performances you won’t want to miss.
For Women’s History Month, Marian Gilton explains her interest in Émilie du Châtelet, who only recently has begun to gain overdue recognition.
Pitt provides greater clarity regarding how environmental, social and governance factors are applied in the investment decision-making process
The first-ever report addresses Pitt’s ESG policy development, progress on implementation and future trends.
The University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Vanscoy Winter Academy will be supported through 2042, thanks to a gift from alumnus Gordon J. Vanscoy and his wife Bethann.
Programs in the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, School of Education, School of Medicine and Swanson School of Engineering saw jumps in their 2023 Best Graduate Schools rankings.
Junior Nina Mennies has been awarded a Newman Civic Fellowship, which supports community-minded students in their journey to becoming change-makers.
The Public Health Trans-Disciplinary Collaboration Pilot Awards support projects that use data science to develop targeted health interventions. Here are the 5 winning projects.
"The real innovation lies when you think about the beginning of design,” says Melissa Bilec, co-director of Pitt’s Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation.
Pitt economics professor Tymofiy Mylovanov shared updates from Ukraine.
One year after Pitt acquired its vaccine supply, volunteers, staff and interns share the lessons they’ve learned.
In Our Own Write, a bi-weekly workshop hosted by Pitt’s Center for Creativity, forges connections through gratitude and loss.
The series that helps students explore different viewpoints continues with economists Darrick Hamilton and Scott Winship.
A $9.6 million grant will help Pitt and RAND researchers measure the link between structural racism and cognitive decline in two Pittsburgh neighborhoods.
Pitt experts and students have shared their stories about the war in The Wall Street Journal, CNN and other media outlets.
Konstantinos Pelechrinis in the School of Computing and Information examined whether players can continue a streak of making many consecutive shots, also known as having “hot hands.”
The David C. Frederick Scholarship supports high-achieving sophomores who are also employed part or full time. Apply by March 31.