Chemistry Department Making Hand Sanitizer for Community Nonprofits

Three members of the Department of Chemistry in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences are using their spare...
Two people in Pitt shirts help pack boxes

Pitt Employees’ United Way Contributions Can Aid COVID-19 Relief

The Pitt United Way Campaign’s end-of-April deadline leaves time to contribute either through donation or volunteerism.
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Teaching Center Offers Finals Resources

The University Center for Teaching and Learning has virtual workshops and resources to help instructors plan finals and assessments during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Temporary Voluntary Sick Day Bank Created for University Staff

The University is accepting one-time donations and requests for additional sick time from a Temporary Voluntary Sick Day Bank.

Basketball’s Jeff Capel Treats Hillman Cancer Center Staff with Lunch

Doctors, researchers and staff critical to the essential needs of patients at UPMC Hillman Cancer Center were recently...

Swanson Lab Repurposes Equipment to Produce Sanitizer for UPMC

When labs at the Swanson School of Engineering closed for research purposes, Götz Veser (pictured), the Nickolas DeCecco...

Swanson School Labs Donate Supplies to Fight COVID-19

Knowing that health care workers need personal protective equipment and other supplies in the effort against COVID-19,...

Staff Member Gets Crafty to Make Masks for Health Care Workers

Judith Camarda, payroll specialist in Facilities Management, has been a seamstress since her mother taught her the craft...
Teal cards with encouraging messages written on them posted to a cork board

Pitt Turns Teal for a Virtual Sexual Assault Awareness Month

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion leads a campuswide committee devoted to advocating for sexual assault awareness virtually this April.
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CTSI Piloting Funding Grants and Coordinating COVID-19 Research

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute will be awarding up to $50,000 in grants to four projects that aim to address the COVID-19 pandemic.