See 1950s Pittsburgh through this alumnus’ lens

In his book, Michael Rosella provides a tender and compelling glimpse of Pitt in the past.

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

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

How to exchange diverse viewpoints on campus without the discord, according to Pitt experts

Faculty members Abdesalam Soudi and Ann Sinsheimer discuss centering respect and other lessons from Pitt's Year of Dialogue and Discourse with Clyde Wilson Pickett.

Alaina Roberts’ book takes a fresh look at freedom in the American West

In researching her family’s past, the Pitt historian found an oft-overlooked narrative of Black emancipation and Native displacement.

Meet 5 award-winning alumni educators who are transforming classrooms

Their work is shaping the future, which ultimately benefits us all.

Preventing violence among youth could start on the field

Pitt researchers are studying a national antiviolence program that is instilling healthy relationship and mental health practices in young male athletes through their coaches.

Pitt’s father-son coaching team is keeping track in the family

Their one-on-one approach helps student-athletes sprint toward their best selves.

A Pitt Law alumnus is speaking out to inspire companies to achieve the unthinkable

A chance encounter taught Ron Mitchell the value of his voice, which is now a bright light for businesses large and small.

A Pitt professor reflects on his grandfather's wisdom in a new memoir

Plus, three more books by alumni authors are out now.

After living in cities across the US, this alum is ready to invest in his hometown

Since graduating from Pitt in 1980, David Motley has amassed quite a career as a venture capitalist, real estate developer and corporate executive.