The Plan for Pitt: Build Foundational Strength

SAFE Peer Educators Honored for Work Preventing Sexual Misconduct

Sexual Assault Facilitation and Education (SAFE) peer educators were recently recognized during halftime at a Pitt women’...
Day of Giving thank you card

Reinvention of Philanthropic & Alumni Engagement Pays Off for Pitt, UPMC

This year, the Division of Philanthropic & Alumni Engagement has seen success in an operational transformation and in advancing relationships with alumni, patients who were treated through UPMC and other friends and supporters.

School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Celebrates 50th Anniversary

The University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (SHRS) turns 50 this year.  The school began as one...
The Cathedral of Learning

New @Pitt Section, With Distinction, Recognizes Personnel Announcements, Accolades

With Distinction combines Accolades—briefs about the accomplishments earned by University and its people—with the newly created On the Move—announcements sharing new hires, promotions and appointments of staff and faculty.

Campus Community Invited to Information Technology Town Halls

Faculty and staff are invited to attend upcoming town hall discussions hosted by Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer Mark Henderson to discuss the future of information technology at the University.
A graphic illustration of the Bigelow Boulevard enhancement project

Anticipation Ends, Transformation Begins: Bigelow Block Work to Begin Friday

Work begins Friday, Nov. 1, on a nine-month project that will beautify the center of campus, improve safety and accessibility and upgrade utility infrastructure to support future campus development.

New Hillman Library Exhibit Chronicles Holocaust-era French Jews

David L. Rosenberg (MLS ’89), a French historian and retired labor collections archivist at Hillman Library, has a new...