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Volume 32 Issue 12

Construction, renovation projects totaling $23.5 million approved >

February 17th, 2000

The property and facilities committee of Pitt's Board of Trustees Feb. 14 approved six construction and renovation projects totaling $23.5 million, including a new home for the University's artificial organ development program. The McGowan Center for Artificial Organ Development, which has been housed at the University's Center for Biotechnology and Bioengineering since 1992, will move […]

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Pitt dormitory sprinkler project exceeds fire code requirements >

February 17th, 2000

HARRISBURG — Even though Pittsburgh's fire code doesn't require it, the University last May launched a five-year, $15 million project to install sprinklers in every dormitory room on campus. "All of our dormitories meet the city code. All of our residence halls are equipped with smoke detectors. All of them have sprinklers in common areas […]

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Conversion to IMAP >

February 17th, 2000

Beginning April 1, IMAP will become the only centrally supported e-mail service available to Pitt e-mail users. VMS, UNIX and POP e-mail services will be discontinued here. Students, faculty and staff still using those services must switch their e-mail accounts to IMAP by April 1. Last month, Pitt's Computing Services and Systems Development (CSSD) office […]

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Angry in the office? >

February 17th, 2000

Your boss is unfair. You can't stand some of the people in your office. You're constantly under deadline pressures. You feel stressed out. Stress leads to anger, which can lead to health-threatening anxiety. What should you do? Start by cultivating your "emotional intelligence," advises Clifford Cohen. "Most employees are more than intelligent enough to handle […]

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Help available for those struggling with relatives' problems of aging >

February 17th, 2000

Families taking care of Alzheimer's patients are the real heroes of this world, according to a Pitt professor of psychiatry. "It's like raising a newborn, but they're not cute, they don't grow up and they only get worse," says Jules Rosen, who holds a faculty appointment at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic. Rosen led a […]

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