Pitt alumna Katy Nesbitt was following an ascendant career path as a chemist. While she was following the bouncing ball, her life sprinted off in a unique, award-winning direction.
Garden of Ideas
One University initiative elevates and celebrates Black experiences.
A campus-wide scavenger hunt connects a new generation of students to Pitt’s heritage.
Goodbye to an Odd Favorite
After more than four decades, an odd campus icon comes down.
From the Beginning
Pitt-Bradford's earliest alumni reunite and reminisce on how far they—and their campus—have come.
The Sound and Meaning of Music
Music has always spoken to Charles Lwanga. Pitt helped the Ugandan teacher better understand that language and put it to good use.
Alumni Updates: Winter 21-22
Pitt grads do amazing things.
Passings: Winter 21-22
More Than OK
Hard work — and giving back — allowed this alumnus to build a life of influence.
Pitt Chat with Brett Bankson
Pick up some tips from this (amateur) Top Chef.
Lesser-known and underappreciated artists are given room to shine on these alumni’s popular podcast.
All Part of the Plan
Opening new doors of opportunity and career support for alumni, graduate students and more.
Law and Order
A Pitt alumna helms the fight against human trafficking in Nigeria.
Updates from the Pitt Alumni Association.
You’ve Been Scene
For years, alumni have been taking Pitt Mag along as they travel the world. Now, our interactive map lets you see how far and wide Pitt pride goes.
Through her debut novel, Pitt alumna Mariko Turk navigates the agelessness of YA literature.
A flu expert’s research tackles the current pandemic — and the next one, too.
Pitt alumnus and mathematician Mel Currie tells a story more than 40 years in the making.
Bridging the Divide
A Pakistan-based Pitt computer science alumnus is working toward a more equitable internet.
Ken Gormley, a Pitt alumnus and Duquesne University’s president, has a new job title: novelist.