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.

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.

The Pittsburgh Water Collaboratory and Women for a Healthy Environment join forces to investigate local water systems

Their findings help ensure Allegheny County’s water systems are safe and accessible for all.

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.

Cursive is not dead, according to this Pitt expert

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

Pitt Chancellor Joan Gabel is in pursuit of what’s possible

Forward-thinking and values-driven, she’s embraced Pitt’s boundless potential throughout her first year as the University’s 19th leader.

The School of Education is tackling the teacher shortage with an innovative, multifaceted approach

With its new undergraduate teacher education program, Pitt wants to get more qualified teachers into K-12 classrooms faster.

What if … we could remove roadblocks for rural students?

Darris Means has spent the last decade examining how to build resources for Black youth in rural districts.

A Pitt2Pitt scholarship helped launch this librarian’s career

Alumna Dagny Felker turned her love of language into a job at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

A career in IndyCar has taken this Pitt alumna for a wild ride

After more than a decade, Kate Gundlach has the experience and clout to hold one of the sport’s top engineering jobs and work for one of its most talented, unpredictable drivers.