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Volume 32 Issue 21

Trial of plan for faculty evaluation of department chairs set to begin >

June 22nd, 2000

Faculty would gain a voice in evaluating the job performances of their department chairpersons, under a system proposed by a University Senate task force. The process would be similar to the current student evaluations of teaching coordinated by the Office of Measurement and Evaluation of Teaching. Summaries of faculty evaluations (but not the individual survey […]

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Two local hand and upper extremity fellowship programs merging >

June 22nd, 2000

Two local hand and upper extremity surgery fellowship programs have merged, making the joint program one of the largest in the world. The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery in Pitt's School of Medicine and the Western Pennsylvania Hand and Trauma Center on the North Side have combined their hand and upper extremity surgery fellowship training programs. […]

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Civil War books donated to UPB >

June 22nd, 2000

The Hanley Library at the Bradford campus and the Bradford Area Public Library have benefited from a collection of Civil War books. Following Kenneth C. Heller's death, his wife Maxine donated his extensive collection of Civil War books and materials to the Hanley Library. Trisha Morris, director of Hanley Library, said: "We added over 300 […]

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KOREA: Remembering the forgotten war >

June 22nd, 2000

As North and South Korean leaders held historic reconciliation talks last week, military historians from across North America joined local academicians and Korean War veterans at Pitt for a "History of the Korean War" conference. Presenters discussed the war's origins and legacy, forgotten participants in the "forgotten war" such as Turkish troops, wartime relations between […]

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Korea: How the Korean war changed the way military conflicts are reported >

June 22nd, 2000

"The war in Korea formed a bridge between the military-media relationship of World War II, during which cooperation and a sense of shared purpose reigned, and that of the Vietnam War, during which distrust and hostility developed," said James Landers, a magazine historian and former journalist. At the start of the war, military commanders and […]

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