Graduate Student Accolades
As a Global Shaper, Carla Gómez Briones (MID '23) will be presenting her ideas for a sustainable future at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
School of Law student Shakhzoda Tuychieva was named to the 2023 class of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Dispute Resolution fellows.
Jessica Macaluso, graduate student in the Cognitive Psychology program, received a 2022 Graduate Conference Award from the Psychonomic Society.
Recent PhD grad Courtney Colligan earned the Iris Marion Young Award for Political Engagement graduate student award.
Three PhD students among first awardees of the new LGBTQIA+ Endowed Research and Outreach Fund
The Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences recently held a celebration of the 2020, 2021 and 2022 winner of the school’s Award for Excellence in Graduate Mentoring.
Vince Lee, Sara Trbojevic, Kevin Steiger, Michelle Karabin, Brittany Egnot and Christopher Cover, graduate students in the University of Pittsburgh Department of Bioengineering, have received F30 and F31 Predoctoral Fellowships from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The competitive fellowships allow graduate students in the health sciences to develop their research in aging and Alzheimer’s disease while earning their doctoral degrees.
Pitch competition winner Adi Mittal takes advantage of Pitt innovation ecosystem to sharpen focus and win top prize second time around.
"As I enter into my third year in the Doctor of Occupational Therapy program at Pitt, I hope to continue to serve my city and eventually practice in another country, providing care to local and impoverished communities."
Recent GSPIA alumni Karla Bonilla, Ethan Trott, and Jacob Curry have officially begun their fellowships with the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Class of 2022.
Kory Winning, an MID student with a concentration in Governance and International Public Management, experienced the sweaty and unglamorous but deeply rewarding work of humanitarian aid.
The fund was created by Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program Director Todd Reeser and instructor Julie Beaulieu.
Evan Gretok, a PhD student at University of Pittsburgh, presented his work on a space computer at the Small Sat conference this week.
Two Pitt doctoral students, one undergraduate student and six recent graduates were named Fulbright scholars this year.
Five students won this year’s Schools of the Health Sciences Health Disparities and Social Justice Poster Competition.