Since 2007, GTECH Strategies has mobilized residents to transform vacant lots into vibrant green spaces and address environmental issues at the hyperlocal level.
Community Forge: A vacant school becomes Wilkinsburg’s community center for education and civic action
“It’s about rethinking spaces like this so people can come together and communities can thrive.”
First-of-its-kind Performance Innovation Tournament combines Pitt’s research and athletics to solve real problems
With $150,000 to be won, teams from across Pitt's departments tackled complex performance issues that athletes face.
The new development aims to be "an inspiration for homeowners who want something different than what is typically available on the market.”
"If we’re not giving an opportunity to 52 percent of the population, we’re really missing out on some talent."
“Knowing what you should do is one thing. Doing it is another.”
The state-of-the-art Pressley Ridge School for Autism and Pressley Ridge School for the Deaf is expected to open at the start of the 2019-2020 school year.
From April 2-8, venues in 25 Pittsburgh neighborhoods will host 65 collaborative events with the common goal of making tech accessible to all in Pittsburgh.
From coding to robotics, these entrepreneurs are leveling the playing field for women in tech through workshops, coaching and support networks.
Plans include communal penthouse space with city views, hotel-inspired bathrooms (including heated toilet seats) and even a smiling William Penn.