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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.



Alumni Profile

Maria Gerardi, a Higher Education Management MEd graduate, talks about how her degree has played an extremely important part in her career trajectory both personally and professionally. Gerardi says it provided her with a toolkit of knowledge that help develop recruitment programs and strategies, improved her presentation skills, and helped her find work she is passionate about.

EdD Student Patrick Graczyk Hired as Allegheny Valley School District Superintendent

EdD Student Patrick Graczyk Hired as Allegheny Valley School District Superintendent

Patrick M. Graczyk, who is beginning Pitt's School of Education doctoral program this summer, was named by the Allegheny Valley School District as its new superintendent . He will begin the job on Au... Read More...
Alumnus Timothy Wagner Named as Upper St. Clair Associate Principal

Alumnus Timothy Wagner Named as Upper St. Clair Associate Principal

Timothy M. Wagner, a PhD graduate from the Administrative and Policy Studies Department, was voted unanimously by members of the Upper St. Clair Board of School Directors as associate high school pri... Read More...
Research of Assistant Professor Lindsay Page Used as Basis for Getting St. Louis Students to College

Research of Assistant Professor Lindsay Page Used as Basis for Getting St. Louis Students to College

Assistant Professor Lindsay Page's research on "summer melt" is being used as a basis for the High School to College Center in St. Louis, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch . Summer melt is the... Read More...