Tony Fountain believes investing in teachers is investing in the future.
Amber Greene is giving kids the tools they need to build their futures—and delicious desserts.
In South Africa, an alumnus seeks solutions to some of COVID-19's challenges.
With the help of Heidi Schmidt, the girls of Troop 6000 shine.
To celebrate the legacy of Mister Rogers and his neighborhood, Pitt Magazine revisits a 1991 conversation with the beloved television pioneer.
Ann E. Cudd has spent her life running toward complex subjects and demanding challenges—first as a young athlete, then as a philosopher and college administrator. Now, as Pitt’s provost, she is helping the University race toward an even more equitable and successful future.