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Volume 27 Issue 12

O'Connor elected vice chair of forum >

February 16th, 1995

Pitt Chancellor J. Dennis O'Connor has been elected vice chair of the Business-Higher Education Forum and will become a member of the executive committee. As vice chair, O'Connor will automatically become chairperson of the business forum in 1996. Founded in 1978 by the American Council on Education, the Business-Higher Education Forum is composed of selected […]

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Engineering dean maps out plan for realizing school's potential >

February 16th, 1995

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., is both the oldest and one of the best engineering schools in the country. It currently ranks 14th in the United States. Pitt's School of Engineering has a good record when it comes to educating engineers — its graduates have included chief executive officers at Westing-house and USX — […]

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Institutional Research's faculty salary report shows highs, lows >

February 16th, 1995

Among Pitt continuing full-time faculty, those in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (SHRS) received the highest average salary raises during the current fiscal year, based on total dollars (5.42 percent) and individual percent increases (5.46 percent), according to a report by Pitt's Office of Institutional Research. The report, which Pitt's administration prepares annually […]

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Senate committee discusses plan for dormitory on Pitt Tavern site >

February 16th, 1995

Senate Council's plant utilization and planning committee (PUP) at its Feb. 6 meeting was offered no further details by senior administration on plans for a 300-400 bed dormitory on the Pitt Tavern site along Fifth Avenue. Although PUP was given the leadership role in development of the University's master space plan by Chancellor J. Dennis […]

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Draft of plan to handle Oakland parking problems is presented >

February 16th, 1995

Drafts of a parking strategy and a park- ing philosophy designed to counter parking problems associated with University master plan construction projects were presented to Senate Council's plant utilization and planning committee (PUP) at its Feb. 6 meeting. Department of Parking and Transportation Director Bob Harkins presented the drafts to PUP to obtain its input […]

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Founders Day symposium focuses on using the Internet in higher ed >

February 16th, 1995

Navigating the Internet will be the subject of this year's Founders Day symposium set for Feb. 27 at 2 p.m. in the William Pitt Union Assembly Room. Keynote speaker for the symposium will be Anthony Rutkowski, executive director of the Internet Society, an international organization that fosters the development of Internet technologies, networks, applications and […]

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Free pediatric dental exams available >

February 16th, 1995

University Dental Associates, which will become University Dental Health Services this month, is providing cleanings and exams free of charge to children who otherwise may not have access to preventative dental care. The UDA, which is a private practice of the faculty members from Pitt's School of Dental Medicine, is offering the services throughout the […]

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