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Volume 28 Issue 15

Former President Bush to speak here >

March 28th, 1996

Former U.S. President George Bush will be the featured speaker at the 1996 Pitt Ambassadors scholarship dinner on April 18 at 6 p.m. in the Pittsburgh Hilton and Towers. Pitt Ambassadors is a partnership between the University and area businesses committed to education. Each year, the program awards two four-year scholarships to area high school […]

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University's voice mail systems will be upgraded to meet demand >

March 28th, 1996

If you're frequently getting busy signals when you phone for your AUDIX voice-mail messages, or if your telephone rings more than four times before the system allows callers to leave you messages, you're not alone. The University's voice-mail systems are approaching maximum capacity, said Bruce A. Hutchison, director of Pitt's Office of Telecommunications. A growing […]

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Offices of Facilities Management move into Eureka Bldg. >

March 28th, 1996

The offices of Facilities Management are moving from the ground floor of Benedum Hall to the Eureka Building, 3400 Forbes Ave. The effective date of the move is April 1. Facilities Management will retain its same telephone numbers. The office can be reached Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 624-9500 and after […]

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SBDC sets up small-business Web site >

March 28th, 1996

Pitt's Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has established a business reference site for the small-business community on the World Wide Web. The address is: http://www.pitt.edu/~sbdc/ "The greatest benefit of the SBDC web sites is that we have gathered the most important information for small businesses and located it in one place," said Ann Dugan, director […]

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If approved, Bigelow test closing isn't expected until September >

March 28th, 1996

Forget about the test closing of Bigelow Boulevard between Forbes Avenue and Fifth Avenue until probably September. Even if the public hearing on legislation approving the closing set for April 2 at 6:30 p.m. in the Frick International Studies Academy brings a favorable response and City Council approves the action at either its April 9 […]

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UPJ vice president accepts Shepherd College presidency >

March 28th, 1996

David L. Dunlop, vice president for Academic Affairs at Pitt's Johnstown campus (UPJ), will leave UPJ in July to become president of Shepherd College in Shepherdstown, W. Va. Dunlop has been a UPJ faculty member since 1973. He served as UPJ's interim president after the retirement of President Frank H. Blackington in December 1993 until […]

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