Students

Scope and Scalpel, the medical school’s satirical and punny student tradition, is aiming for a part live, part virtual play this year. See behind the scenes of “Cramilton.”
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PhD student Andrea Kozai has completed a first-of-its kind review of dance curriculums at education schools across the world. The study shows areas of improvement that can help dancers lead healthier lives.
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The competition asked students to apply green infrastructure design principles to college campuses across the nation.
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Meet Pitt’s two newest Goldwater Scholars, Mark Farino and Asher Hancock. To date, 62 undergrads have received this top scholarship for STEM studies.
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The team has steamrolled opponents en route to a fifth consecutive NCAA tournament appearance; the Panthers will face Long Island University on April 14 in the first round of the tournament.
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The prestigious fellowships provide stipends and other support for outstanding graduate students in STEM fields. Pitt’s prep programs helped this year’s awardees make their application packages shine.
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Celebrate Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week with special events and activities, including a look back at some of our favorite stories about grad students.
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The annual variety show pits talented students from participating residence halls against one another to determine a judge’s favorite and a fan favorite. See which halls won this year’s virtual contest.
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They came in with the total solar eclipse and went out with a pandemic. The School of Medicine’s Class of 2021 was tested like no other—which made their residency match on Friday, March 19, all the more rewarding.
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As a master trainer at the Pete, Kunal Gandhi noticed that improper form during exercise was resulting in injuries. The app he developed to help recently won an award from the NFL.