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Volume 27 Issue 1

Pitt helps to establish applied economics program in Slovakia >

September 1st, 1994

Pitt helps to establish applied economics program in Slovakia Pitt, in co-operation with several European universities, is establishing a new applied economics program in Bratislava, Slovakia. Developed at the Academic Istropolitana in Bratislava, the program is meant to help satisfy Eastern Europe's demand for managers and analysts with a working understanding of free-market business practices. […]

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Jaynes says band director cleared of funds' misuse charges >

September 1st, 1994

Jaynes says band director cleared of funds' misuse charges An in-house investigation has cleared University Bands Director O'Neill Sanford of charges that he misused University funds, according to Sanford and Pitt Athletic Director Oval Jaynes. "Some minor glitches were found [in the way the band office does business], and we've put in place procedures to […]

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UPB chosen as demonstration site >

September 1st, 1994

UPB chosen as demonstration site Pitt's Bradford campus is among 10 schools selected through competitive application as a demonstration site for a special project on bioethics and medical ethics. The project is part of the American Association for the Advancement of Core Curriculum's "Re-engineering Core Education Through Telecommunications" program. Development of course materials will begin […]

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Albert Etheridge >

September 1st, 1994

Albert Etheridge Albert L. Etheridge, former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La., became the fourth president of Pitt's Johnstown campus on July 1. Etheridge replaced David Dunlop, who had been serving as UPJ's interim president since Frank Blackington III stepped down from that post last December. A […]

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Undergrad business school fundraising hampered by several factors, Weber says >

September 1st, 1994

University Times VOLUME 27 NUMBER 1 SEPTEMBER 1, 1994 Copyright (c) 1994, University of Pittsburgh ———————————————————————— Undergrad business school fundraising hampered by several factors, Weber says With the first students in Pitt's College of Business Administration (CBA) scheduled to begin classes one year from now, the University has raised just $500,000 toward its goal of […]

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Pitt master space plan nearing completion >

September 1st, 1994

Pitt master space plan nearing completion The master space plan governing the next five, 10 and 20 years of construction and space development at Pitt is nearing completion and will soon be released to the public. Developed by Senate Council's plant utilization and planning committee (PUP), the plan will be published as an insert in […]

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UPJ adds graduate courses in two areas >

September 1st, 1994

UPJ adds graduate courses in two areas Graduate courses in two new areas, engineering and social work, are being offered for the first time this fall at Pitt's Johnstown campus. The courses in engineering will be for credit, while those in social work will be non-credit, according to Linda Matthews, UPJ's director of Continuing Education. […]

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