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Volume 30 Issue 17

Work continues on plans for two new Nationality Rooms >

April 30th, 1998

E. Maxine Bruhns, director of the Nationality Rooms and Intercultural Exchange Programs, met in April with architects in India and Japan to discuss the future Indian and Japanese nationality classrooms, to select artifacts and to finalize plans for the design of the rooms. In New Delhi, Bruhns and Deepak Wadhwani, architect of the Indian room, […]

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New faculty association being formed in the medical school >

April 30th, 1998

In replies so far to a letter from a committee of senior medical professors, 274 of the School of Medicine's approximately 1,300 full-time faculty members have said they want to form a faculty association. Another 25 professors have said such an organization is unnecessary. "Many of the 25 who voted against the idea were department […]

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Members elected to committees >

April 30th, 1998

Faculty Assembly has elected three new members to each of the University Senate's 15 standing committees. They include: Admissions and student aid committee — Helena Goscilo and Sharon Nelson-LeGall, both of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), and Guy M. Nicoletti, of the Greensburg campus. Anti-discriminatory policies — Sandra S. Kaplan, medical school; Dwight […]

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Med school HIV project gets grant >

April 30th, 1998

The School of Medicine's HIV Early Intervention Project will receive more than $1.5 million over a three-year period from the Health Resources and Services Administration Ryan White Title III Program. The funding will be used to enhance primary care services for HIV-infected individuals who are treated at the Pittsburgh AIDS Center for Treatment (PACT) at […]

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Race for the Cure >

April 30th, 1998

On Sunday, April 26, Sue Harkins, for the past five years director of the College Connections program in Arts and Sciences, attended Pitt's commencement ceremony and received the hood symbolic of her doctorate in higher education administration, directly behind her alphabetically arranged husband, Bob (Gerald Robert Harkins, director of Pitt's Parking, Transportation and Services), who […]

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Pitt signs on as sponsor of Race for the Cure; volunteers sought >

April 30th, 1998

The sixth annual Race for the Cure will be held Sunday, May 10, in Schenley Park starting at 8:30 a.m. The race, the largest in western Pennsylvania, attracting some 14,000 runners and walkers last year, benefits breast cancer screening, education, research and treatment. This year, the University will be a full sponsor, providing space in […]

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