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Fall 2005
Pitt Magazine

MIND CONTROL
Thousands of people with spinal-cord injuries dream of a time when they might simply ring a doorbell or open a greeting card. In research led by Pitt’s Andrew Schwartz, brain power is being harnessed in ways that give new hope to those with paralyzed or missing limbs. »

Features

JAZZ LESSONS

 

A young guitarist arrives at Pitt to become a better jazz musician. He’s eager to learn from a true jazz master, the University’s Nathan Davis. But Matt Hudson soon discovers that tackling jazz requires more from him than he ever imagined. »

OPPORTUNITY ON DEMAND

  New technology is changing the way people watch television, and advertisers are scrambling to adjust. A Katz School professor and two Pitt graduates have created a tool that could help to shape the future of TV advertising. »

A PERSONAL COLLECTION

  A newly married Pitt couple from small town America scrimps to buy a single print created by a famous artist. That purchase begins a personal journey of art collecting that comes very close to home. »









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