Dr. Lucy Rose has been chosen to represent the University of Pittsburgh in the Mathematics, Physical Sciences, and Engineering category of the 2016 CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award.
Science Communication Fellows Damara Strong and Janine Krippner to present at the Phipps Conservatory BioBlitz Festival
On Sun., June 5, our first-ever BioBlitz festival will bring together volunteer scientists, families, students, teachers and community members to conduct a biological survey of all of the living species in a given area. This important new form of citizen science aids the documentation of regional biodiversity and allows scientists to learn more about the environment and how we can support its conservation. By participating, you'll witness firsthand the amazing biodiversity right here in our local parks, participate in real-time science, create unique art, browse local vendors' products and goods, engage with interactive exhibits, enjoy live music and much more! This event is free to the public and no advance registration is required.
The Science & Engineering Ambassadors Program and Western Pennsylvania Regional Data Center
Invite you to: The Air We Breathe: The State of Pollution Research in Pittsburgh
Please view the paper our recent Ph.D. graduate Kevin Reath published in the Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research.
Please enjoy the Box account filled with all the photos from the day.
Matthew Dieterich, Spring 2015 MS graduate from our department had his photo chosen to be used on a stamp for the USPS.
Postal Service Previews 13th of 16 Stamps Celebrating National Park Service’s Centennial - Stamp Highlights Mount Rainier National Park
Please view his photography site as well!
Congratulations to our Ph.D. student Dervla Kumar on receiving the GSA Graduate Student Research Grant this year!
Our 1st Annual Department Awards Ceremony for our undergraduate and graduate students.
Hosted in September 2015, five teams participated in identifying a solution to on-campus sustainability opportunities. The winning team includes Alex Verosky, Russell Thorsen, Nick Rubenstein, Arun Balaraman, Sean O’Connor who introduced a revitalization project for O’Hara Street on campus.
Angela Mullins Wins at the University of Pittsburgh Dietrich School of Grad Expo 2016 for her Evaluation of Infiltration-Based Green Infrastructure Response to Storm Events in Pittsburgh, PA and Implications for Metal Flux.
Janine was awarded the 2016 Jack Kleinman Grants for Volcano Research
Please enjoy the photos of our successful welcome reception for our new Assistant Professor in Geoscience and Water Sustainability Dr. Brian Thomas!