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The 'American' watchmaker: From Mount Everest to Grove City
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
A picturesque rehabbed farm in western Pennsylvania is the site of Kobold Expedition Tools, which produces the first 100 percent American-made watch made in generations, as well as expedition knives. The Merry Oaks Farm is also the home of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility that has pioneered a rebirth in American watchmaking. This story first appeared in livingthegrove.com.
Local school children beta test real-time map of human health
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
With increasing concerns over serious contagious illnesses like measles and the tension between public safety and privacy regarding health information, the Kinsa Smart Thermometer could change the way health information is shared.
Shop local, eat global: Broaden your palate with Pittsburgh's ethnic food markets
Wednesday, January 07, 2015
Whether you're a home cook looking to spice things up in the kitchen or an expatriate craving a taste of the homeland, Pittsburgh's ethnic markets offer a rich taste of worldly cultures.
Homework for parents: How to prepare students for career success
Melanie Cox McCluskey
Wednesday, December 03, 2014
How can we prepare girls for a future workplace that's increasingly global and technology-driven? Teach them the three essential skills for career success, say experts from The Ellis School.
Why I serve: Bringing healthcare to the world
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
How to think globally and act locally from right here in Pittsburgh? Mary Tuttle shows how Global Links does it, and how you can help.
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Wins Day highlights successful business attraction
Pittsburgh developer courting European light manufacturer
Remaking Cities Congress will convene in Pittsburgh this October
Sand Presso, Korean-style coffee and sandwich shop, open in the Strip
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La Roche College minds the globe
Source: La Roche College
Local architects win national AIA award for Haiti design project
Lawrenceville makes global list of hipster hot spots
Source: Business Insider
'In Pittsburgh, a refuge for endangered writers'
Source: Aljazeera America
'Why Adelaide should be more like Pittsburgh - a phoenix city that has reinvented itself'
Source: The Herald Sun
German town follows in Pittsburgh's footsteps
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
19 education advisors from around the globe gather in Pittsburgh around education
Source: Global Pittsburgh
Songwhale's Ty Morse's first flight to Asia and back on no sleep
Source: NEW YORK TIMES
CMU is the first American university to open a campus in Central Africa
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Two Pittsburgh companies team up to bring sustainable goods to market
The Global Switchboard will offer coworking space for international-minded organizations
The Heinz Awards recognizes five great Americans pushing the country forward
Duolingo lands $20 million. Named best ed app in the world by TechCrunch.
Idea Foundry launches new accelerator to promote water innovation in Pittsburgh
How a family joined the Pittsburgh Global Game Jam and won the Google prize
In a quiet corner of Pitt's campus, Wangari Maathai's garden grows
Alcoa celebrates 125 years of innovation on the North Side
Mike Elchik's vision for WeSpeke, a social platform for language learning
OpenCurriculum. Bringing educational content to developing countries...and Pittsburgh.
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Happy hours for globally minded people
Go global from Market Square with One Young World fest
International travel dreams come true for kids via World Affairs Council
Seventy-five years of serving immigrants, seniors, kids at Jewish Family and Children's Service
Young reporters give view of One Young World like no other
If you're ready to join 1500 world leaders right here, be a One Young World delegate
Human rights film fest at Duquesne likely to inspire more student volunteers
Black and Gold City is still going green with "Moving Planet" and next neighborhood blitz
One Young World's choice of Pittsburgh brings diverse youth to the region
No bug spray, Kool-Aid or sleeping bags, but how about some protocol? Try 'Ambassador' camp
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