Features & Articles
Bill and Gayle Pamerleau, both long-time Pitt employees and Michigan State University alums, say they’re torn between the two teams facing off in the Peach Bowl.
Revisit stories of the University’s impact around the commonwealth.
After a year’s absence, the Pitt community will come together to bring back the holiday service tradition.
Check out some of our favorite photos from the University of Pittsburgh in 2021.
Bob Arnold, founder of UPMC’s Section of Palliative Care and Medical Ethics, shares his expertise and tips in this Q&A.
When Pitt takes on Michigan State on Dec. 30, you'll be ready with these peachy recipes from a Pitt Athletics nutritionist.
This Pitt-initiated project is designed to create a greater understanding of local policing and police accountability.
The anthropology and museum studies senior wants to ensure that museums are a force for good in post-conflict societies. She’ll use the prestigious award to study in Northern Ireland.
Two Pitt teams took on this sky-high baking challenge. See the sculptures — and some familiar faces — on campus this week.
Four faculty members are on teams that will point the James Webb Space Telescope at distant objects, galactic winds and exploding stars.
Calls to the United Way’s 211 crisis hotline have soared over the past 18 months. Help them help neighbors in need.
Molly Trott gave her Pitt Athletics coworker Mary Beth George and her family an exceptional early Christmas present.
Bonus: They’re all accessible from campus by bus.
It’s finals time — here’s how to ace ’em.
The makeover will focus on our people, programs and purpose — and will provide more support to bring projects to fruition. Applications are due in January.
Going to school for 23 years doesn't necessarily mean you can run a clinic. A new Pitt program helps physicians and other clinicians build their leadership skills and business savvy.
A $6.2 million grant from the Wood Next Fund will help Pitt researchers find out — and potentially unlock other sleep mysteries in the process.
The senior quarterback is Pitt's first Heisman finalist since 2003, when receiver Larry Fitzgerald finished as the runner-up.
A phone call from the governor changed Samuel McCullough’s life. Now he’s giving back to help change lives at his alma mater.
He has studied health care systems in the U.K. and Kenya, hoping to bring insights back to the U.S. His next stop, supported by the prestigious scholarship, is China.