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Pitt Researchers Published in Forbes

Earlier this year, researchers in the Dietrich School published their research on the potential for fracking Pittsburgh’s wastewater for lithium.

Photo by Aimee Obidzinski/Pitt Photography
Juneteenth Features: History Professor Alaina Roberts’ Book Takes a Fresh Look at Freedom in the American West

For about a decade, Josie Jackson regularly made an arduous journey. She grew up in the mid-1800s in an all-Black town in Chickasaw Nation, a still sovereign Indian territory on land that would later become the state of Oklahoma. As a young mother determined to support her child, she found work as a domestic servant in a Texas town 120 miles from everything she knew. So she traveled back home whenever she could, either by stagecoach or walking.

Psychology Professor Studies Adolescent Mental Health and Social Media Use

Sophia Choukas-Bradley, a professor in the Department of Psychology in the Dietrich School is submitting her first paper about adolescents and social media to a psychology journal.