Where You Belong
The Show Must Go On(line)
Finding Her Song
A Pitt alumna turns a pause in her career into a new world of possibilities—and a featured appearance on NBC’s “The Today Show.”
The Age of Reflection
After a lifetime spent writing about others, a Pitt alumnus hones in on his toughest subject yet: himself.
As the first-ever curator of Native American art at an Omaha, Nebraska, museum, alumna Annika Johnson connects communities to their heritage.
Chancellor Gallagher on prioritizing safety and success in “a strange new world.”
Designed to Make a Difference
Compassion is the key to good design in this engineering class.
The coronavirus pandemic has created hardships well beyond essential health care. But, near and far, Pitt’s alumni—as illustrated in these five stories—are doing all they can to make a difference in distinct and inspiring ways.
How else can governments combat fringe terrorist networks?
Lift Every Voice
In examining her ancestry, a poet finds the voices history has silenced.
Into the Unknown
Nothing could have prepared Pitt’s Class of 2020 for what was about to happen just as its members neared graduation. So, what do you do when a pandemic brings job searches, not to mention the world, to a halt? The University has some ideas—and a whole lot of resources.
When unprecedented hardship struck Pittsburgh's Latino population, Pitt alumna Monica Ruiz took action.
The chief dental officer for the U.S. Army shares some of the wisdom he learned at Pitt.
Three generations of Pitt women pass on the Light of Learning.
A Pitt alumnus answered the call to fight COVID-19, one test at a time.
On Your Mark, Get Set, Go
An alumnus’ gift is helping children get on track for positive learning outcomes.
Pitt Chat with Tara Kennedy Griffiths
An alumna blends chocolate and chemistry to find a sweet career combination.
Alumni Updates: Fall 2020
Pitt grads do amazing things.
Passings: Fall 2020
Scene in Fall 2020
Travels around the globe with Pitt Magazine.
Updates from the Pitt Alumni Association.