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Their findings could affect our understanding of everything from genetic diversity to autoimmune diseases.
Relive the weekend from the Snake to a Panthers football victory with this photo gallery.
Maria Anto will study children’s literature at universities around the globe as she earns a master’s degree.
Zuly Inirio has performed across the United States and Europe. Now, through song and the Afro-Latinx Song and Opera Project, she aims to increase diverse representation in the industry.
The paths of two upcoming eclipses overlap outside of San Antonio. The Shadow Bandits won’t miss the chance to study them.
Pitt Sustainability offers advice on adjusting to the citywide change, which begins Oct. 14.
Anantha Shekhar detailed how the School of Medicine met or exceeded the key goals he set — in areas from clinical excellence to faculty development — when he joined the University.
Benjamin Hunt will join his longtime Pitt collaborator Michael Hatridge to further establish Pittsburgh as a headquarters for quantum computing.
Put these horror movies, haunted trails, rock climbing and more on your list of scary season activities.
It’s no joke: Professor of Legal Writing Ben Bratman designed the class to teach “human skills” to upper-class law students after seeing how the hobby benefited his teaching.
Hillandale Farms family donates $25 million to launch Pitt’s Orland Bethel Family Musculoskeletal Research Center
The transformative gift — for which the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine will make an equivalent co-investment — will support labs, fellows, research and clinical work to push orthopaedic
The Joanne and William Conway Nursing Scholarship Program will fund 60 students per year through an accelerated bachelor’s degree to address the nation’s nursing shortage.
More than 5,000 Pitt people racked up over 100,000 volunteer hours last year. Why not join their ranks during Civic Action Week, Oct. 16-21?
As both an alumna and professor, she’s served the University for nearly three decades.
Four Pitt astronomers are helping bring the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope to life to uncover the secrets of dark matter — and they’re hoping current theories are wrong.
The PNC Bank regional president previously served as the vice chair of the Board of Trustees and interim chair.
Meet the self-proclaimed “ugly white man” who wants to be the next John Mulaney.
These five events put international art, voices and perspectives on display.
Some groups took a big mental-health hit from COVID-19 — but others showed surprising resilience, according to recent research led by a Pitt PhD student.
Future space probes will travel to the nearby planet to look for signs of flowing lava. Pitt’s Ian Flynn is making sure they’ll be able to find the evidence if it’s there.