Info Session: Find Out How to Get Involved With the CEC in Homewood

The Community Engagement Center in Homewood will host its final info session for the semester for faculty and staff on Tuesday, Dec. 10.

Pitt Healthy Lifestyle Summit Explores Research on Well-being

Join academicians, colleagues and researchers at the University Club for the second annual summit, featuring cutting-edge research on science, health and well-being.
Awardees of the Provost's Award for Diversity in the Curriculum

Intentional Steps: Faculty Members Recognized for Diversity and Inclusion

For their commitment to incorporating diversity into their coursework, faculty from across the University were recognized with the Provost’s Award for Diversity in the Curriculum.
A woman in a wheelchair in a kitchen

Pitt, UPMC Chosen to Lead New Research and Training Center on Family Support

The new $4.3 million grant will facilitate the research that interdisciplinary teams do to improve the care, health and quality of life of all persons with disabilities and the families who support them.
Faculty, staff and students at the Pitt STRIVE program's 2019 retreat.

Pitt STRIVE Program Receives UPSIDE Award

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion named the Swanson School of Engineering’s Pitt STRIVE Program the winner of the 2019 University Prize for Strategic, Inclusive, and Diverse Excellence Award.

Jewish Studies Research, Travel and Course Development Grants Available

The Jewish Studies program has announced the availability of funds to support new course development and faculty research and travel related to Jewish studies.
Global Distinction

Preparing Students to be Distinctly Global

The first Interdisciplinary Transcript Distinction incorporates a curated combination of curricular and experiential learning activities to support student growth and development in global competency.
The Department of Economics door sign

Pitt to Roll Out Master of Science in Quantitative Economics Degree

The Department of Economics is introducing a new STEM-designated Master of Science in Quantitative Economics degree for the fall 2020 semester to fulfill the growing demand for data analysis across industries.

Greensburg Show Provides Canvas for Community Art

At a reception in Millstein Library, a large group of students, alumni and others from the Pitt–Greensburg community came together to view — and celebrate — work by artists from around the region.

‘Question’ is the Focus at Science 2019

The three-day symposium begins Wednesday, Oct. 16 and will feature lectures from Pitt faculty as well as the latest in innovations and research in the physical and life sciences, engineering and technology.