Last year, CSSD sent out emails to see who would click on potentially dangerous links.
Faculty Assembly approves resolution urging University to consult with Senate on IT governance policies.
The new software, which will store University-related and personal passwords, is being rolled out to faculty, staff and students.
Chief Legal Officer Geovette Washington has unique insight on the shutdown from her work at OMB.
Chancellor’s salary will be $555,000, plus he’ll receive $500,000 in deferred retention incentive payments this year.
Pitt moved up one rank in cost of living adjusted wages, according to annual report from Institutional Research.
Biological Sciences’ Andrea Berman wants to ‘make the learning environment less formal’
The relatively new affinity group is starting to tackle issues important to community.
Office of Diversity and Inclusion is hoping to add to four existing groups for employees.
City transportation planner gives updates on BRT, Bigelow Boulevard, Charles Anderson Bridge and Mon-Oakland Connector.
Riders can find benches, bicycle racks, maps and arrival times at new bus stop
Members agree to form an ad hoc committee for further study of an update to the 2007 rules.
Sodexo served 2,000 meals; 1,000 sets of winter wear were handed out; and more than 500 gifts were distributed.
Volunteer program on Jan. 21 just one of the events on campus to honor the slain civil rights leader.
The weekly classes are available for credit or to all faculty, staff or students as a public lecture series