Lending a Helpful Paw
Detecting Evolution’s Mysteries
Pitt researcher Nathan Clark explores how and why genes and genomes evolve over time. His findings could significantly impact many species today, including human beings.
Wall of Art
A Pitt alum takes his artistic talents to the streets of Pittsburgh.
Chancellor Gallagher talks with alumna Sangya Gyawali about her path through Pitt and goals as a Schwarzman Scholar.
Pitt’s Innovation Institute helps to transform research into inventions to address some of the world’s biggest challenges.
A Man and His Unicorns
More than five decades since the publication of a book that inspired generations of readers, author Peter Beagle continues to keep the magic alive.
A Pitt alumna and nursing professor is a pioneer in the field of breastfeeding support.
A man, an idea, and a leap of faith.
Something in the Air
Looking beyond what the eye can see to keep miners safe.
Shades of Good Will Hunting
Tackling quantum computing, one problem at a time.
Forged in Steel
Finding the beauty in metal, machines, and furnaces.
Say It Loud!
In this special web exclusive, participants in the 1969 Computer Center Takeover reflect on what Pitt's Black Action Society meant to them.
Pitt Chat with Diansyah Putri Handayani
A Pitt alumna's drive takes her from the ocean floor to the world's highest peaks.
Filling the resource gap for ambitious collegiate women.
Alumni Updates: Spring 2019
Pitt grads do amazing things.
Passings: Spring 2019
Scene in Spring 2019
Travels around the globe with the magazine.
Pay It Panthers Forward
Yara Elbeshbishi on being an alumni mentor.