The University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences turns 50 this year.
The school began as one of the smallest schools on Pitt’s campus in 1969 and has grown to be one of the most prominent today.
“We are fortunate that the leadership in SHRS sees the challenges as opportunities to demonstrate our collective innovation in educational delivery. This is especially evident as we boldly move into the arena of distance education,” said Anthony Delitto, who has served as the school’s dean since 2015.
Read more about the school over its half-century existence in the latest edition of FACETS, SHRS’s magazine.