A Pitt alumna is tying up loose ends for fellow crafters

Jen Simonic’s nonprofit finishes knitting projects for those who can no longer do it themselves.

This Swanson School grad solved a California transportation conundrum

Alumnus David Shafer’s entrepreneurial mind developed an innovative shuttle service that makes getting to the airport cheaper, faster and oh-so-reLAXsan.

Pitt's independent rock-climbing team challenges students' bodies and minds

Here's how one of the world's fastest growing sports is teaching its participants to take life "one move at a time."

Take a closer look at this undergraduate researcher's pièce de résistance

To create a garment worthy of an 18th-century queen, Maya Jones set her sights on a Creative Arts Fellowship from Pitt's David C. Frederick Honors College.

Pitt alumnus Sam Rosenzweig spent his career fighting injustice

He earned two degrees and met his wife on the Pittsburgh campus. He died at the age of 71 in Nevada.

Cursive is not dead, according to this Pitt expert

Kelsey Voltz-Poremba says writing by hand is a crucial part of childhood development.

Todd J. Clark was appointed head of Widener's Delaware Law School

As dean, he is making a case for achievement, inclusion and excellence.

In Memoriam


Inspired by their son, the Weitzels advocate for better care for disabled people

The couple, who met at Pitt, created the School of Dental Medicine's Joshua Benjamin Weitzel Fund for Special Needs Dentistry.

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