Pitt comes together to honor Tree of Life victims and stress love over hate
Nearly 3,000 gathered on the Cathedral lawn to hear speakers and singers talk about the tragedy.
Pitt lands at 43rd on best global universities rankings
U.S. News report strongly favors publications and citations in its criterion for scores.
African-American poetry center director wants to spread the word into the community
Upcoming reading will celebrate end of first fellowship and bring Terrance Hayes back to campus.
Squash ‘federation’ brings together diverse group from across Pitt
Devoted players hope Master Plan includes a new home for the informal program.
Chancellor Gallagher ‘cautiously optimistic’ about budget following election
Many state races focused on public education; federal split between parties still needs to be tested.
Diversity awards recognize work to make curriculum more inclusive
Six faculty members honored by Provost’s Office for the ‘changes of impact’ in their classrooms.
TIAA chief offers tips and trends in saving for retirement
Roger Ferguson visits with faculty, staff and students during time on campus.
Search committee selected for Pitt–Greensburg president
Open forum planned to get community input and survey already online for feedback.
Posvar Hall event marks 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht
Dietrich School dean gives sobering picture of white supremacy and anti-Semitism in the U.S. today.
Decision on grad union effort expected to take a couple months
Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board heard testimony in two rounds of hearings from grad students and Pitt lawyers.
Pittsburgh native an ambassador for International Space Station
Traveling exhibit accompanies talk by astronaut Mike Fincke, who once held the record for longest time spent in space.
Senate Council meeting focuses on Tree of Life tragedy
Gallagher and others thank first responders and Pitt community for their help and support.
Learn the signs to look for when dealing with students in distress
Staff Council brown bag event gives tips on where to turn and how to communicate with anxious and depressed students.
Two parking spots allotted to combat-wounded veterans at Soldiers & Sailors Garage
Spaces on the first level available to lease holders or temporary users.
Lifestyle changes complement traditional mental health treatments, speaker says
Director of Center of Integrative Medicine offers alternatives at Mental Wellness Taskforce event.
Heinz Chapel Choir raising funds for new choral work
The piece will honor former director John Goldsmith and celebrate the group’s 80th anniversary.