graduate and professional students

Madison Kornides, in a white lab coat leaning against a stone wall
Madison Kornides, a student in Pitt’s guaranteed pharmacy admissions program, fought COVID-19 in her hometown of Latrobe, Pennsylvania, and beyond.
Imagine you’re a graduate student in the biomedical sciences. Your training requires a significant amount of time at the lab bench. Then a pandemic hits. How do you move forward?
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Recent Pitt Business grad Katie Gerber wants to become a CPA and represent women in the upper levels of management. See how Panthers Forward, the Smart Women Securities group and faculty mentorship are helping her on her way.
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A Pitt team found that the desire to protect others was the primary motivating factor for teens complying with social distancing requirements. They also learned what didn’t work.
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Two Pitt PhD students have been named Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellows by the American Council of Learned Societies....
Logan Rice in a blue and brown shirt on a brown background
Logan Rice will conduct experiments in high-energy physics through a U.S. Department of Energy program.
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PhD students who have passed their comprehensive exams and whose funding has run out will be eligible for an additional semester of support in academic year 2021-2022. Learn more.
Katie Kniess with sunglasses on bicycle with Oliver, a black and white dog, in her backpack
How far can Pitt’s graduate and professional students go? In life, the sky’s the limit. In a recent fitness challenge, they logged nearly 66.5 million steps in just three weeks.
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.”