Prospective Students

Are you a prospective student? At the Dietrich School, we'll help you write your success story. Discover how your story begins.

Undergraduate Students

Whether you're beginning your undergraduate career, nearing graduation, or somewhere in between there's "more" to your story.

Graduate Students

Graduate students come to the Dietrich School for outstanding educational opportunities and stay for the balanced life: school, family, work, recreation, and service. 


Our world-class faculty members are leaders in research and scholarship in their respective disciplines. Discover resources for current and prospective faculty members.


Dietrich School staff are essential members of our community, and they play a critical role in ensuring student and faculty success. Find personal and professional development opportunities for staff members.


As one of 90,000 alumni representing 42 academic departments and programs, you're invited to learn more about opportunities to engage in the life of the school while you write the rest of your story.


Headlines & Highlights

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Meet the Dietrich School's Newest Faculty Colleagues

Meet the newest members of our Dietrich School community of learners--faculty members new to the school as well as some faculty colleagues who have recently taken on new roles.

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Dean Blee Serving on Steering Committee for, Participating in Eradicate Hate Summit

The first Eradicate Hate Global Summit, scheduled for October 18 - 20, will have a strong Pitt presence, including its co-chair, chancellor emeritus Mark Nordenberg, along with some big-name speakers, like former President George W. Bush. The event’s steering committee also includes Dietrich School and CGS Dean, Kathleen Blee, who serves as co-director of the Pitt-Carnegie Mellon joint Collaboratory Against Hate.

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Dietrich School Biological Sciences Professor Heads Up Institute to Study Nature's Resilience

Corinne Richards-Zawacki, professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and Director of Pitt's Pymatuning Laboratory of Ecology, is heading up a new institute that will focus on how nature bounces back after being disturbed by human activity. RIBBiTR (Resilience Institute Bridging Biological Training and Research) is backed by a $12.5 million National Science Foundation grant.