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PittEd Online Magazine

The University of Pittsburgh School of Education is publishing a new online magazine, PittEd, which will be released every few months. It’s a way for our alumni, faculty, staff, and students to keep up on research that’s being conducted, important news, program modifications, alumni updates, new faculty and staff, and what’s happening overall at the School of Education.


The City is Our Campus (Video)

Pittsburgh has progressed far and wide beyond the image long associated with the city. Located in Oakland, the Pitt campus is a unique area that harmonizes with Pittsburgh and its surrounding neighborhoods. The city is our campus, and that's why we interviewed some of our students to find out what they like best about the city.



Student Profile

Alexandria Grant, an Applied Developmental Psychology master's student, discusses how supportive the School of Education faculty and staff have been with job openings, writing services, professional development, and networking. She is also looking forward to her second year of the program and its year long, community-based internship experience that helps students take everything learned in the classroom and apply it to a real-world setting.

School of Education Dean Alan Lesgold Announces Retirement

School of Education Dean Alan Lesgold Announces Retirement

[Press release published on behalf of University of Pittsburgh News Services.] Alan Lesgold, dean of the School of Education and a member of the University of Pittsburgh’s Council of Deans since 2000... Read More...

August 2015 Graduation Recognition Ceremony and Reception

The School of Education is holding its August Graduation Celebration on Sunday, August 9, 2015, at the University Club in Ballroom B from 4-6 p.m. Students are encouraged to arrive by 3:15 p.m. The Un... Read More...
Assistant Professor Shannon Wanless is a Principal Investigator on $3 Million National Science Foundation Grant

Assistant Professor Shannon Wanless is a Principal Investigator on $3 Million National Science Foundation Grant

Assistant Professor Shannon Wanless was part of a $3 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study the role of psychological safety in teaching math and science to preschoolers. The projec... Read More...