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Spring 2005

Pitt Magazine

THE ANNIVERSARY OF MAKING MEDICAL HISTORY

Fifty years ago, the polio vaccine developed by Pitt’s Jonas Salk and his team of researchers was declared “safe, effective, and potent.” Soon, children everywhere could once again play outside without worrying about ending up in a hospital, caged in an iron lung. »

Features

THE WEB MASTER

  Pitt’s CGS students will have the chance to be mentored by someone who helped build the information superhighway. While David Holtzman didn’t invent the Web, it was up to him to make sure it didn’t crash.
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IN PLAIN ENGLISH

  Seated side by side, they come from different parts of the world. They have one thing in common: Their native language isn’t English, and that draws them to the University’s English Language Institute.
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