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The library felt like a second home for Dr. Georgia McKee Holmberg (A&S ‘69G, ‘79PhD) and her late husband James (A&S ‘70G, ‘81PhD). More >
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Giving appreciated assets is a great way to create opportunities for Pitt students today while potentially lowering your tax burden. More >
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On what is today a patch of grass outside the Heinz Memorial Chapel on the University of Pittsburgh campus, a formal European garden will soon spring to life, thanks to the generosity of current and future donors. More >
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For Ludwick (A&S ’66, EDUC ‘68G) and Barbara (EDUC ’66, ’69G ’78PhD) Hayden, endowing a scholarship at the University of Pittsburgh is just one step on a life-long path of improving Pitt and the lives of its students. More >
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The University of Pittsburgh Innovation Institute, with the support of Bob Randall, is establishing a Big Idea Center to advance student entrepreneurship at Pitt. More >
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The University holds the Charles Avery Scholarship Dinner annually to celebrate donors who have given generously to support students. More >
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Prior to joining Pitt, Peter Koehler worked for 19 years as a particle physicist at Argonne National Laboratory and Fermi Lab near Chicago. More >
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Sidney Cannon-Bailey applied to nearly 20 colleges and universities, but once she visited the University of Pittsburgh, those other schools all faded into the background. More >
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Earning a degree in civil engineering is never easy, but when your studies are interrupted twice by war, it’s even harder. That’s exactly what happened to Lester Snyder Jr. (ENG ’55). More >
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The community of University of Pittsburgh alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff, and friends responded to this year’s Pitt Day of Giving by donating a record-setting $9,029,828. Gifts were made by 3,358 donors from all 50 states and 31 countries across six continents. More >