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Volume 27 Issue 18

Provost Area plans to shift funds from low to high priority units >

May 11th, 1995

Over the next five years, the Provost Area of the University will shift millions of dollars from low to high priority academic areas. For the fiscal year that begins July 1, the money shifted permanently with in the Provost Area will total nearly $7.5 million — 4 percent of the combined budgets of the area's […]

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WPIC Children & Youth Center building postponed indefinitely >

May 11th, 1995

Plans for construction of Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic's (WPIC) long-sought Children and Youth Center have been indefinitely postponed. Ronald Forsythe, vice president of Facilities and Support Services for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, revealed the delay at the University Senate's plant utilization and planning committee's (PUP) May 8 meeting. Forsythe said the center, […]

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Other areas also planning to tighten their budgets >

May 11th, 1995

While Pitt's Provost Area enters the budget-trimming phase of its long-range planning process, other areas of the University also are systematically tightening their belts. The planning and budgeting committee of the Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences is developing a formula to prioritize academic programs in the six Health Sciences schools, said […]

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Health Science schools to remain under Provost Area, Maher says >

May 11th, 1995

Provost James Maher last week denied rumors that Pitt's six Health Sciences schools are seceding from the Provost's Area. What is happening, according to Maher, is that fiscal managers from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) and the lower campus are sorting through the tangle of financial relationships among the Health Sciences schools, UPMC […]

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