Charles Cnudde Dean of Social Sciences, Florida State University, 1987-present. Professor of political science with a secondary appointment in public administration and policy, Florida State, 1987-1993. Professor and chairperson, government, University of Texas, 1980-1987. Professor and chairperson, political science, Michigan State University, 1973-1980. Assistant/associate professor, political science, University of Wisconsin, 1968-1972. Assistant professor, political science, […]
Great Americans' Day moves to March — if you work or attend school at Pitt Pitt will be closed March 6 in observance of Great Americans' Day, a holiday normally celebrated in February. The scheduling is the result of a permanent policy change. Beginning this year, the University will observe Great Americans' Day on the […]
An executive from Kennametal Corp. recently asked Burkart Holzner, director of Pitt's University Center for International Studies (UCIS), for help in recruiting personnel for a German company that Kennametal had acquired. "How many metallurgical engineers has Pitt graduated recently who are fluent in German?" the executive asked. Holzner did some checking. The answer, as he […]
The Allegheny County commissioners have named Pitt one of the county's first "Enviro Star Partners" for voluntarily implementing pollution prevention programs that go above and beyond county regulations. The designation is part of a new County Health Department program designed to promote pollution prevention by publicly recognizing businesses that voluntarily take steps to eliminate or […]
Bell Atlantic-Pennsylvania has given Pitt's School of Information Sciences a $100,000 gift to support its telecommunications program. The money will be used to purchase eight computers for student use, fund a scholarship for a minority student and set up a high-tech distance learning classroom.
Since last March, approximately 50 members of the University community have been evaluating the Athletics department's compliance with operating principles established by the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA). The self-study is the first step in a new certification process for Division I institutions. Four subcommittees have been working in conjunction with the NCAA self-study steering […]