Charity starts at the office for Pitt employees
Angel trees, food drives, raffles benefit a variety of area organizations
National study about black students, faculty gives Pitt mixed grades
Experts say results are a reflection of the past, but University is working toward a better future.
Titusville employees faced with the reality of severance packages
Individuals learned details last month, but Feick says the goal is still to keep many faculty and staff within the University system.
Longtime employees honored at annual ceremony
Chancellor Gallagher and others recognize those with 50, 40, 30 and 20 years of service.
New center looking at community health launches in the School of Social Work
CiTECH hopes to bring behavioral science research out into the field where it will do the most good.
CARS team working hard to keep up with referrals
Mental health issues are increasing among college students, but the Care and Resource Support group helps students with all sorts of problems.
Unusual classes: Vampires lure students into Slavic literatures course
The popular course presents a unique look at ethnography, film analysis, forensic anthropology and cultural studies.
University starts work to open up the dialogue about fighting hate
Panel discussion targets the roots of hate groups and what steps can be taken to combat them.
Pitt Studios gearing up for action and learning
The first broadcast classes coming next semester and ACC network will start in fall 2019.
Food insecurity, student pay issues concern Senate committee
Group also hears report on veterans office and engineering diversity and inclusion grant
Panthers Forward welcomes inaugural class
150 seniors will get help with student loans and be asked to ‘pay it forward.’
Proposed Title IX changes under review by Pitt, Gallagher tells Senate
Staff Council still has questions about possible smoke and tobacco-use free policy
Christmas Day at Pitt brings out faculty and staff volunteers
The 13th annual event will serve 2,500 meals and distribute presents to those in need.
Swanson School professor using video games to test artificial intelligence
Daniel Jiang says using untested AI to manage applications could have serious consequences.
Eating healthy tips from Pitt nutritionists
Many struggle with maintaining a healthy diet during the holidays.