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After the war, Marie continued her work as a researcher, teacher and head of a laboratory and received many awards and prizes. Among them were the Ellan Richards Research Prize (1921), the Grand Prix du Marquis d'Argenteuil (1923) and the Cameron Prize from Edinburgh University (1931). She was also the recipient of many honorary degrees from universities around the world.




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The Edinburgh Masker is a device historically used to control stuttering. It is no longer manufactured. It consisted of an apparatus strapped across the larynx and then attached to a stethoscope-like system; as a result, the stutterer cannot hear his or her own words.[1]


The Edinburgh Masker (U.S. Pat. No. 3,566,858 and U.S. Pat. No. 3,773,032) electronically remove the sounds added by nasal and oral cavities, providing only a sound similar to laryngeal vibration. This device reduces or eliminates stuttering in about 90% of users[3]


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See skyscrapers, soak up stories, scarf down a sandwich and more during this free activity! Download one or all six walking tours of downtown Pittsburgh to learn surprising tales from the past, see the best classic and modern skyscrapers, and sit down for coffee or Pittsburgh's legendary lunch. These tours, created by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, are one of the best ways to experience Pittsburgh's rich architectural history! Download Tour Here


In Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood, pause at Soldiers & Sailors for a unique look into American history. The museum explores the evolution of equipment and technology as well as the effects that military conflicts have had on society. Collections span art from the mid-1900s to cultural artifacts of today. The museum does not idealize war but honors and educates about the sacrifices. Free admission is offered to military members serving on active duty, and in the Guard and Reserve; to those veterans who have served and retired military; to families and their guests if the family has an immediate family member serving in our current conflicts.


Go on an urban adventure and get a workout, too! Pittsburgh boasts more than 700 outdoor stairways within the city limits. You can climb more than 24,000 vertical feet if you tackle them all! Learn more about all the hiking and biking trails plus waterways - all waiting to be explored.


Take a step back in time to the gilded age in this beautifully preserved series of buildings and gardens right here in Pittsburgh. The best part? It is completely free to tour the grounds, The Frick Art Museum, Car and Carriage Museum, and Greenhouse.


Built in 1764, it is the only surviving structure of the original Fort Pitt, and is the oldest building in Pittsburgh. It tells the story of western Pennsylvania's role during the French & Indian War and the American Revolution. Musket balls and rifle locks are two of the featured artifacts on display.


Take a walking tour of Pittsburgh's public art and see why Pittsburgh consistently ranks among the best arts destinations in the country. Tour four different Downtown areas to learn more about public art, such as the sculpture in Mellon Square, the eyeball-shaped benches in Katz Plaza and the blue text on the Convention Center. Download the Free Guides.


Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood, conceived in the 1890s as a cultural center with grand buildings and broad avenues, remains a hub for culture as well as education and medicine. Explore 26 works of public art in this historic neighborhood, which features interesting architecture as well. Download the Free Guide.


If you wonder what the New York Times meant by calling Pittsburgh the "only city with an entrance," simply drive from the Parkway West (I-376) into Downtown via the Fort Pitt Tunnel and Bridge (the main route from the airport). Watch for it: You won't want to miss a detail of the spectacular skyline and sparkling rivers as they appear suddenly before you.


We welcomed a new member to the Pittsburgh Technical College community yesterday, our new mascot, PT (Petey) the Jackalope. A mythical and hybrid creature, the Jackalope represents the best of both worlds. Similarly, PTC also has its own dual nature, with a strong academic offering paired with applied project-based learning, as well as offering both on ground and on-line learning.


Pittsburgh Technical College continues to evolve in its quest to prepare students for career success. Dr. Alicia B. Harvey-Smith had the chance to sit down with 90.5 WESA ahead of inauguration to share our story, and outline how PTC positions itself as a pipeline for middle skills jobs.


We are proud of the inductees including posthumous induction of the Former Mayor of PIttsburgh Richard S Caligiuri. A beautiful event catered by the PTC School of Culinary Arts. Congratulations to the inaugural class of the PTC Alumni Wall of Honor.


Dr. Harvey-Smith had the pleasure of hosting the Mayor of Pittsburgh Ed Gainey to campus for a tour and lunch meeting. The entire PTC community was excited to have him back on campus the following week as a speaker at the upcoming Public Installation Ceremony.


At Pittsburgh Technical College, we are so proud to support our veterans on campus. One of those veterans, Magnus Hieber, a Navy veteran and current engineering student, had the opportunity to tell his amazing story on KDKA Radio with Rick Dayton earlier this month.


Pittsburgh Technical College finalized its Masters of Business Administration (MBA) Fast Track partnership with West Liberty University (WLU) today at 10 a.m., as PTC Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Eileen Steffan took part in an event signing with WLU President/CEO Dr. W. Franklin Evans.


Dr. Alicia B. Harvey-Smith was chosen to represent and encourage other college Presidents to join the non-professional category with the other leading executive professionals in the Pittsburgh Area. She is the first president of a college to be inducted to the Pittsburgh Chaine.


Thank you for the shout out Pittsburgh Regional Alliance and recognizing our recent designation as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education. PTC is the college for students interested in serious cybersecurity careers. Discover our School of Information Systems and Technology.


We sat down with Audrey Russo and Jonathan Kersting from the Pittsburgh Technology Council to discuss our collaboration with local tech employers and students to continue to fill the ever-growing demand for skilled talent.


It seems to me that there is no better way to wrap up Black History Month than by spotlighting some of the individuals who have made an impact in their hometown of Pittsburgh and beyond. Please review and see if you can spot the PTC connection. Perhaps someday a PTC employee or graduate will be featured as a leader of significance on a list such as this.


One of the Core Values of Pittsburgh Technical College is Diversity and Inclusion, and we are taking great strides in developing a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion within our campus, and thereby encouraging our graduates to take this framework with them into the world both personally and professionally.


Pittsburgh Technical College (PTC) has partnered with Power52 Foundation, a 501(c)3 non- profit foundation dedicated to providing employment training for at-risk and underserved individuals in the city of Baltimore, Md., and surrounding counties to prepare them for careers in the solar industry. The partnership will provide Power52 students with an opportunity to receive entry in a college program and course credits in pursuit of a PTC certificate or degree.


Dr. Harvey-Smith, PTC President and CEO, was at the table to discuss workforce development in the era of COVID and what is being done from a regional workforce development perspective to prepare workers for the jobs of the future. This topic is important now more than ever as PTC is committed to rebuilding the Commonwealth post COVID-19. Thank you Pittsburgh Business Times for the opportunity.


Dr. Alicia Harvey-Smith, PTC President and CEO, served and participated in the presidential panel held by Greater Pittsburgh Higher Education Diversity Consortium to discuss topics that are impacting all of us on all levels.


Dr. Harvey-Smith, President and CEO of Pittsburgh Technical College will be joining Pittsburgh Technology Council to re-introduce the Pittsburgh Tech Community to the mission of Pittsburgh Technical College, and to discuss colleges going back to class amid COVID-19.


President Harvey-Smith briefed Jennifer Beahm, Editor Pittsburgh Business Times, on the progress, changes, and advantages of Pittsburgh Technical College. Editor Beahm had the opportunity to tour the 180 acre campus, explore high-tech equipment / simulations and applied curriculum offered to PTC students.


With more than 30 programs, Pittsburgh Technical College, a nonprofit institution, prepares students for career success. Degree-seeking students experience internships, clinical rotations, or employer partnerships in capstone projects before they graduate.


The Usher Institute sits within the Edinburgh Medical School in the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. We are also the Health and Social Care Data-Driven Innovation Hub, part of the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal.


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