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.

This recent graduate is following in her father's footsteps all the way to Ecuador

And, Mollie Foladare was among the first to serve with the Peace Corps post-pandemic.

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

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

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.

How August Wilson’s archive came home to the University of Pittsburgh

The renowned playwright’s work is widely acclaimed for embodying key elements of 20th-century America. His actual life — in which Pittsburgh was centerstage — did too.

Pitt volleyball is on the attack for a national championship

The team has seen the most success of any Panthers athletic program over the past 10 years, garnering four ACC championships and back-to-back Final Four appearances.

Pitt researchers have identified a new culprit in Alzheimer’s progression

Their discovery could help change the prevention and treatment of the disease.

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.

How a Netflix star and Pitt alumna helps clients find lasting love

What started as strong interpersonal skills and a good eye for romantic pairings has evolved into a thriving career as a Jewish matchmaker for Aleeza Ben Shalom.

This alumnus' lifetime of opportunity inspired him to help more college dreams take flight

Here's why Jim Zurcher didn't think he needed a college degree, and why he changed his mind.

Theresa Kaijage used her social work skills to trail blaze HIV/AIDS support systems in Tanzania

With degrees from Pitt's School of Social Work and School of Public Health, she pioneered one of Tanzania's first and longest-serving HIV clinics.

‘Our best days are ahead’

A conversation with the University of Pittsburgh’s new chancellor.

This alumna fought to swim while at Pitt; she hasn't left the water since

60 years after starting Pitt's women's swim team, Georgia McDaniel is returning to the pool that started it all.

Learn to top the leaderboards with a local pinball wizard

Tap into summertime nostalgia with tips from Tiki Lounge owner and Pitt alum Steve Zumoff.