The Plan for Pitt: Advance Educational Excellence

Jayant Rajgopal and Sylvanus Wosu Honored With American Society for Engineering Education Awards

Honoring commitment to excellence and diversity in engineering education, the American Society for Engineering Education...

Pitt Projects Featured at ACCelerate Creativity and Innovation Festival

Three research projects and one theatre performance from the University of Pittsburgh were selected to be featured at the...
Robert G. Gregerson

New President Named for Pitt–Greensburg

Robert G. Gregerson, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and senior advisor to the provost at Florida Gulf Coast University, has been named president of the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, effective July 1, 2019.
Rendering of Scaife Hall expansion

The West Wing: Proposed Renovation, Expansion of Scaife Hall

Sixty-five years after breaking ground for Scaife Hall, Pitt readies for a proposed renovation and expansion that’s fit for the future of med ed.

Leanne Gilbertson Receives Early Engineering Educator Grant

Leanne Gilbertson, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Pittsburgh, was...

WISER Celebrates 25 Years in 2019

The Peter M. Winter Institute for Simulation, Education, and Research, or WISER for short, is celebrating its 25th...

School of Education’s Cassie Quigley Named PA STEM Ambassador

Cassie Quigley has been named a 2019 Pennsylvania STEM Ambassador. The PA STEM Ambassador Program aims to “...
Katie Pope and Pam Connelly

Title IX Office Educates Campus, Supports Victims

The Title IX Office and its network of partners across the University provide numerous options for reporting, education and training relating to incidents of sexual harassment and misconduct. The goal: Create a campus environment for all students, staff, and faculty that is fair, inclusive and free from sexual or gender-based misconduct, including discrimination, harassment and assault.
Honors Convocation program cover

Outstanding Faculty Recognized at Honors Convocation

Thirteen faculty members were honored with Chancellor Patrick Gallagher’s Distinguished Public Service, Research and Teaching Awards, announced at the 43rd annual Honors Convocation.
James R. Martin II

Swanson School Dean Brings Humanistic Vision, Values to Engineering

James R. Martin II, the new U.S. Steel Dean for the Swanson School of Engineering, plans to leverage new paradigms in organizational leadership to transform not only the curriculum, but the traditional hierarchies of academia and management.