Sangya Gyawali (A&S ’16), who studied anthropology and economics at Pitt, is one of 147 scholars headed to Tsinghua University for a prestigious program that aims to help future leaders better understand China and its role in global affairs.Learn why she was selected
New research from Pitt and UPMC demonstrates what many doctors have long assumed — that climate and alcohol intake are related.The paper also recommended health policy changes
Pitt plans to purchase 100 percent of the power from a low-impact hydroelectric plant to be built on the Allegheny River. The facility, expected to open in 2022, will generate enough power to supply a quarter of the Pittsburgh campus electricity needs.Read more about green efforts at Pitt
Held each year in the Cathedral of Learning, the Holiday Open House will feature performances, food and crafts, as well as tours of the festively decorated Nationality Rooms. This Sunday’s events also include a sneak peek at the newest room.Can you guess the new room?
For 48 years, Pitt has invited international jazz artists to convene for a week of on-campus seminars and a popular concert at Carnegie Music Hall. But another high note of Jazz Week is the annual outreach activity in Pittsburgh’s Hill District.Read more about the event
Professor P.S. Reddy and alumnus Tushar Singh recently received Sheth International Achievement Awards for their work in developing nations. Singh, now at the CDC, trained medical workers during the Ebola epidemic.Read about their work