Headlines & Highlights
Proposals Invited for 2015-16 Year of the Humanities
As part of Pitt's celebration of The Year of the Humanities, Provost Patricia Beeson invites Pitt faculty, staff, and students to submit proposals for events and programs that reflect on how their work as scholars, teachers, and learners addresses what it is to be human.
Two Dietrich School Students Named 2015 Humanity in Action Fellows
Two students from the Dietrich School have been awarded 2015 Humanity in Action Fellowships. Junior Robert A. Tessier and graduating senior Audrey-Marie H. Winn will conduct social-science and humanitarian-based research in the European cities of Warsaw and Amsterdam, respectively, during the summer of 2015.
Dietrich School Music Professor Named 2015 Guggenheim Fellow
Amy Williams, associate professor in the Dietrich School's Department of Music, has been named a 2015 Guggenheim Fellow. Williams was one of 175 scholars, artists, and scientists selected from a pool of over 3,100 applicants. She intends to spend her fellowship year composing three new pieces and recording a second album of music devoted to her compositions.
Dietrich School Junior Wins 2015 Udall Scholarship
Dietrich School junior Sage M. Lincoln has been awarded a 2015 Udall Undergraduate Scholarship for her outstanding academic record and research in environmental studies. Lincoln is one of 50 students in the nation to receive the honor, and she is Pitt’s eighth Udall Undergraduate Scholar in the last 20 years.