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The National Science Foundation awarded Pitt a $10 million grant to develop programming that will boost STEM enrollment for underrepresented students.

Pitt gets $10 million from NSF to address equity in STEM

By Emily Wolfe, News Editor September 19, 2019
The National Science Foundation has awarded Pitt a $10 million grant to develop programming that will boost STEM enrollment for underrepresented students.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carries the University of Pittsburgh NSF SHREC’s STP-H6-SSIVP supercomputer to the International Space Station at Cape Canaveral on May 4.

Pitt supercomputer flies high in space

By Neena Hagen and Maggie Young May 28, 2019
On Star Wars Day, May 4, in a galaxy not so far away, Pitt launched its newest supercomputer into the cosmos — marking the first time that the Pitt script logo, engraved in gold on the top of the machine, could be seen in space.
Professor Tevis Jacobs, an assistant professor in the mechanical engineering and materials science department, received the National Science Foundation’s $500,000 CAREER Award to improve nanoparticle performance.

Engineering professor receives NSF CAREER Award

By Lauren Rude, For The Pitt News April 4, 2019
Tevis Jacobs, an assistant professor in the mechanical engineering and materials science department, received the National Science Foundation’s $500,000 CAREER Award this year to improve nanoparticle performance. “When we talk about nanoparticles, even I, as a scientist that studies nanoscience, have trouble conceiving of how small these are,” Jacobs said. “I am very excited about both [components]. They are both huge endeavors.”
Government shutdown slows university research

Government shutdown slows university research

By Brian Gentry, Assistant News Editor January 8, 2019
The U.S. government shut down on Dec. 22, and research production at Pitt and other universities may slow down because of it.
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