Afghanistan’s academic community finds welcome at Pitt
Project aims to preserve scholarly work by relocating some and helping others in Taliban-controlled country
New to Pitt: From CMU staff to School of Education faculty
Dias using background in community/tech interaction to teach digital media.
Gainey requests continuance on Oakland Crossing zoning change
New Pittsburgh mayor wants review to “ensure equitable development.”
Pitt professors part of Mayor Gainey’s transition committees
Pittsburgh’s first Black leader took over on Jan. 3 from Peduto administration.
Physical therapy’s Ally Bove fulfills ‘Jeopardy!’ dream
The SHRS faculty member has been trying to get on the trivia show for 10 years.
Online jazz seminar this month will honor pianist Erroll Garner
The 51st event was delayed from the fall; organizers hope to return in person later this year.
Volunteers needed for pop-up vaccine clinics at the Pete
Clinical and non-clinical staff needed for Jan. 21 event.
Terrance Hayes, others to serve as interim editors of Pitt Poetry Series
The change follows the retirement of Ed Ochester who led the series for 40 years.
Zippo pledges $2 million to Pitt-Bradford for engineering labs
The company also is offering guidance on equipment to include and possible internships.
Year of Data and Society awards second round of projects
Upcoming programs will focus on “Finding Stories in Data” and Census and reapportionment.
Pitt dining locations offering locally grown Fifth Season greens
The new partnership fits in with the University's sustainability initiatives.
Here’s the Plan (for Pitt): Pitt Seed
Chancellor highlights the important role the project plays in increasing engagement.