PPG Industries Foundation Donates to Pitt
The funding goes toward engineering and chemistry programs, including PPG’s fellowship positions for undergraduates and graduate students.
RMU Will Train Students to Prevent Mobile Hacks and Theft
A National Science Foundation grant will allow Robert Morris University to create a certificate program in cybersecurity.
See Now: Trailer for Will Smith's "Concussion" Drama
Shot and set in Pittsburgh, the film stars Will Smith as Dr. Bennet Omalu, the forensic pathologist who first discovered CTE in the brain of former Pittsburgh Steelers center Mike Webster in 2002.
Watch: New Trailer for Christmas Comedy Shot in Pittsburgh
Winter weather presented a number of challenges for the big-name cast led by Diane Keaton, John Goodman and Olivia Wilde.
Commuting Toll: How Much Do We Waste Stuck in Traffic?
Pittsburgh gridlock not only frays nerves — it dings the wallet.
Sebak's Secrets of the City
Influential & Down-to-Earth: Remembering Elsie Hilliard Hillman
Rick Sebak recalls his relationship with Pittsburgh’s late philanthropist and activist.
Pittsburgh at Work
How's Work?: His Job Is to Help Repair the World
Zack Block runs the Pittsburgh branch of a national nonprofit who's mission is to inspire young Jewish adults to build and transform communities.
He Runs a Fleet of Cabs and One Unique Barbecue
The head of the Pittsburgh Transportation Group has a very tasty side gig.
The Woman Determined to Grow Pittsburgh's Urban Forest
Danielle Crumrine wants everyone to realize the economic, social, and health benefits that trees provide.
Season of Change: The New Faces in Higher Education
As students head back to school, get caught up on who’s been coming and going in the past months at the helm of these colleges and universities in western Pennsylvania.
What to Do in Pittsburgh's 'Burg to the East
In Greensburg, you'll find culture, art, a pâtisserie and a farm-to-table restaurant inside a restored train station. Anyone up for a drive?
50 Most Powerful People in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Magazine consulted dozens of power brokers and behind-the-scene players to determine and rank the 50 individuals who, in Pittsburgh, make things happen.
15 of Pittsburgh's Future Power Brokers
According to the region's behind-the-scene players, these individuals are some of the city's rising stars.
Oh, the Humanities - Can They be Saved?
Locally and nationally, college and university students are flocking to programs they perceive to be pathways to jobs while they forego studies of languages, history, art and philosophy. But at what cost?
10 Great Things to Do in Downtown Pittsburgh
Shopping. Dining. Galleries. Live shows. Where should you start when there’s so much to do and see in the golden triangle?
40 Under 40: 2014
Spotlight on Learning Innovation:
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Sponsored: Spotlight on Children's Learning
Printmaking Studio Draws Youth Into a Community of Artists
“Gamification” Makes English Classes Connect
Helping the Youngest Learners Use Technology Appropriately
Youth Develops Their Voices through Media Making
The Road 'Now' Taken: Where Robotics and Poetry Meet
Creativity Center Grows: AIU Grants Fuel STEAM
Gaming at CLP Engages Teens
Full STEAM Ahead: Collaboration Brings Success
Robotics and Girl Power at The Ellis School
Learning to Code: Focusing on SCRATCH at South Fayette
Learning From the Inside Out