Computer science is one of the hottest job fields, and Carnegie Mellon University has one of the top programs in the country, but the percentage of women studying computer science has gone down in the past 30 years — from 37% in 1984 to 18% in 2014. CMU is bucking that trend and increasing its...
"We're moms. We're busy moms. We know the need of trying to get everyone everywhere and how hard it is."
There’s such a wealth of nature-inspired action on Pittsburgh’s three rivers and beyond.
the Homewood-Brushton YMCA renovations include a state-of-the-art recording studio, photography and videography skills areas, large performance space, flex conference room and café.
Through advances in technology, some kids are getting a voice for the first time, and it's all thanks to the generosity of Variety the Children's Charity.
“Play is really the work of childhood.”
“When kids start with the right tools, it does more than prepare them. It empowers them.”
"Even if they are in a life jacket, you need to keep your eyes on these kids. It takes a split second for something to go wrong."
"That adrenaline rush is unlike anything else.”
These local farms offer an entire season of pick-your-own fruit, from berries to apples to pumpkins.
Virtual reality really hit the consumer market about a year ago, and for the first time, it’s at a price point that schools can afford. The Allegheny Intermediate Unit has trained about one-hundred teachers in our region, many of whom are just starting to use it in the classroom, and they’re finding that students are...