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Volume 30 Issue 14

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March 19th, 1998

Pitt trustee Karen S. Fisher is assistant vice president, division of health care affairs of the Association of American Medical Colleges in Washington, D.C. An outdated job title for Fisher was published in the March 5 University Times.

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UPMC changes mean some Pitt staff will become UPP employees >

March 19th, 1998

University staff who spend more than 50 percent of their time on the job supporting the clinical activities of Pitt faculty practice plans are scheduled to be transferred to a new employer on Jan. 1, 1999 — the University of Pittsburgh Physicians (UPP) Management Co. The move is part of UPMC Health System's planned acquisition […]

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Former British PM to speak at Pitt scholarship fundraiser >

March 19th, 1998

John Major, former prime minister of Great Britain, will be the featured speaker at Pitt's 1998 Pitt Ambassadors Scholarship Dinner on April 30 at the Pittsburgh Hilton and Towers. John Major was appointed prime minister in November 1990 and served in that post until May 1997. Prior to becoming prime minister, he was serving as […]

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University Senate session opens dialogue on problems, concerns >

March 19th, 1998

Pitt faculty and stu- dents are jointly re- sponsible for making sure the latter get the educations they deserve and, increasingly, work long hours at outside jobs to pay for, panelists at yesterday's University Senate meeting agreed. For faculty members, this can mean scheduling meetings with students around the students' work hours, not just when […]

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Pitt/UMPC negotiations complicate search for new senior administrator >

March 19th, 1998

As officials from Pitt, the UPMC Health System and the University of Pittsburgh Physicians (UPP) unified practice plan haggle over details of a new financial relationship among the three entities, some professors are asking: How are the protracted negotiations affecting efforts to fill the newly combined job of Pitt senior vice chancellor for Health Sciences […]

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University helps to sponsor May 10 Race for the Cure >

March 19th, 1998

The University will serve as a sponsor for this year's Race for the Cure scheduled for Mother's Day, May 10, starting at 8:30 a.m. The sixth annual 5k run/walk and one-mile fun walk honors breast cancer survivors and supports the fight against the disease. During the race many runners/walkers wear the names of family members […]

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