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Outstanding Faculty Receive Chancellor’s Distinguished Awards

Sixteen faculty from across the University have been honored with 2020 Chancellor’s Distinguished Public Service, Research and Teaching awards.
Aryanna Berringer

New Director Named for Veterans Services, GI Bill Celebrates 75th Anniversary with Pitt Tie

Iraq War veteran Aryanna Berringer was named director of the Office of Veterans Services and the original GI Bill celebrates its 75th anniversary this month — it was drafted by Harry Colmery, a Pittsburgh native and 1916 Pitt Law grad.

Pitt Law Offers New Online Human Resources Law Certificate Program

Classes for a new online graduate certificate program focus on the legal issues that arise in human resources and begin in August 2019.
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Institute Launched to Address Cybersecurity Workforce Shortage

The School of Computing and Information has recently launched a professional institute designed to steer early- and mid-career professionals into high pay, high-demand tech industry careers.

Pitt Law Librarian to Speak on How Families Can Navigate Mental Illness and Law

Pitt law librarian Linda Tashbook will speak about her new book, “Family Guide to Mental Illness and the Law,” at Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures at the Carnegie Library Lecture Hall in Oakland on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 6 p.m.

Mark A. Nordenberg Lecture: "The Psychiatric Presidency"

Join Harvard Law's Jeannie Suk Gersen for "The Psychiatric Presidency," the 2018 Mark A. Nordenberg Lecture in Law, Medicine, and Psychiatry on Oct. 30.