World View

An innovative program, hosted by Pitt and inspired by a trailblazer, is giving young women the tools to channel their international experiences into something more.
Jim Funderburgh in the lab

In Sight

Researchers at Pitt have developed an innovative way to address a common form of blindness—by converting stem cells to regrow part of the eye.
Dean Valerie Kinloch
Pitt Proud

Education Innovation

Chancellor Patrick Gallagher talks to Dean Valerie Kinloch about bringing education into a new era.


Alumna Hanifa Nakiryowa refused to let an acid attack stop her from becoming a force for positive change.
Henry and Elsie Hillman in front of Hillman Library at 1968 dedication.

Beyond Books

To honor Hillman Library's 50th anniversary, Pitt alumni recall how the campus cornerstone brought the world to them.

Safety First

Pitt alumnus and NASA scientist Steve Casner wants to help save us from ourselves.
Lisa Pan, photo credit Joshua Franzos
Extra Credit

Mind and Body

Researcher Lisa Pan uncovers vital clues to addressing treatment-resistant depression.

Dream On

A circuitous career journey fueled by creative passion.
An Argo AI car on the streets of downtown Pittsburgh.
Pitt Chat

Pitt Chat with Bryan Salesky

With a $1 billion investment from Ford Motor Company, a Pitt alumnus is helping paving the way to a future with autonomous vehicles.
Kevin Rieth, far left, and peers hold sign that reads "Thank you" in Quechua while visiting the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia.

Cross Currents

Five decades, more than 500 students, and one dedicated couple.
Chancellor Patrick Gallagher met L. Walter Sumansky (A&S ’52) in Los Angeles.

Good to Go

Updates from the Pitt Alumni Association.
Summer 2018