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Robots might be bad for men, but give women more bargaining power

A new study from Pitt economist Osea Giuntella found that men had lower wages and workforce participation in areas with more industrial robots, among other gendered effects.

Student-led Relearn Our Land initiative encourages advocacy and equity

A sustainability course inspired three students to create a garden and educational campaign that will honor Aborigine American, Indigenous and Native cultural groups.

A new Pitt pledge encourages health care providers to use opioid alternatives

The School of Dental Medicine was the first in the nation to implement opioid-free pain management for most procedures in its clinics. Now, the practice is spreading.

This Pitt effort is relocating Afghan scholars to the U.S.

Meet Omar Sadr, a political scientist who fled Taliban violence and now leads the Afghanistan Project at Pitt.

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