LRDC Communications, News & Media

The LRDC Communications Department leads and coordinates strategic communications for the Center. We tell the Center's stories and successes to the university and the region. We work to raise the Center's global profile and promote its reputation as one of the worlds' leading cognitive research centers. We promote the Pitt Brand and provide website, design, video production, photography, media relations, social media, and executive communications support.

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Contact
Elizabeth Rangel, PhD
Director of Communications
526 MURDC
412-624-7451
lrangel@pitt.edu


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News & Awards

Ming-Te Wang and Juan Del Toro were featured in the August 2 Huffington Post article "1 in 2 Black Teens Experienced Racism Online In 2020. What Parents Should Know."    View

August 8, 2022

Ming-Te Wang and Juan Del Toro were featured in an August 1 The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education article "University of Pittsburgh Study Detected an Increase in Online Racism Directed at Black Youth," for their recent publication "Online racism and mental health among Black American adolescents in 2020."    View

August 8, 2022

Ming-Te Wang and Juan Del Toro were featured in the July 25 Pittwire feature "1 in 2 Black adolescents faced online racial discrimination in 2020, a Pitt study found" for their recent publication "Online racism and mental health among Black American adolescents in 2020.    View

August 8, 2022

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Institute For Learning

Bridges to Learning graphic Bridges to Learning: Research. Practice. Results. Bridges to Learning is the Institute for Learning (IFL) quarterly newsletter. Bridges connects educators with knowledge and research that shows that every student can learn when provided with cognitively challenging instructional opportunities and that learning environments can flourish when collaboration is valued, voice is honored, and agency is realized. Some of Bridges recent articles include "4 Effective Communication Strategies in Multilingual Classrooms," "Liberating your Summer Readers," and "Building Allyship Among Educators," among others.

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