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Dietrich School Faculty Member Elected to International Academy of Molecular Quantum Science

Ken Jordan, Richard King Mellon Professor and Distinguished Professor of Computational Chemistry, and Associate Director, Center for Research Computing, has been elected to the International Academy of Molecular Quantum Science, headquartered in Menton, France.

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Community, Physics, Phenomenology: Symposium Series Gathers Generations

The Pheno Symposium series has put Pitt at the center of a worldwide community of particle physicists and astrophysicists for over a decade. At Pheno 2022 in May, that community gathered in person for the first time since 2019 to share an enthusiasm for exploring phenomenology - the theory and practice of matter and forces that make up the universe. The heart of the series is the Dietrich School's Tao Han, a distinguished professor of high energy physics, who has organized the symposium at Pitt almost every year since 2012.

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Kathleen Blee is stepping down as dean of the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences

After five years as Dean, Kathleen Blee has announced that she will return to the faculty in June 2023.