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Volume 27 Issue 19

Dental school staffer's dismissal protested >

May 25th, 1995

Some 260 School of Dental Medicine students, alumni and employees have signed a petition asking the school's administration to reinstate a staff member in the dental medicine Student Services office. Charlotte Celidonia, 57, was dismissed May 5 after five years as a staff specialist III. According to Alfred W. Whitehead, director of dental Student Services, […]

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Employees urged to contact legislators about appropriation >

May 25th, 1995

Pitt's Assistant Vice Chancellor for Governmental Relations Dennis McManus told Staff Association Council (SAC) at its meeting yesterday, May 24, that Rep. John Lawless's call for a reduction in employee tuition benefits is an example of issues that gain support because they are not fully understood by the public. "I think that there are certain […]

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Fund set up in memory of newscaster >

May 25th, 1995

An Al McDowell Memorial Fund has been established in memory of the late Pittsburgh newscaster. The purpose of the fund is to endow an scholarship in the English department's non-fiction writing program. The scholarship will be given annually at the Al McDowell Pittsburgh Media Forum, designed to bring Pittsburgh-area journalists to Pitt to share with […]

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Pitt reports salaries of officers & highest paid University employees

for fiscal year 1993-94 >

May 25th, 1995

Lyndon Michael Hill, an associate professor of obstetrics, was Pitt's highest paid employee last year, according to an Internal Revenue Service form filed by the University May 15. Hill received $514,723 in salary, $27,404 in benefits and $2,375 in expenses and other allowances during the Pitt fiscal year that ended June 30, 1994, according to […]

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M O V I N G ! >

May 25th, 1995

After almost 11 years of being scattered throughout Bellefield Hall, Pitt's University Child Development Center (UCDC) will open for business May 30 at its new home at 635 Clyde Street. The neo-classical style building is near the Pitt chancellor's residence and a half-block from Central Catholic High School. By moving from Bellefield Hall to the […]

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Health Science search postponed >

May 25th, 1995

The selection of a new senior vice chancel- lor for Health Sciences has been postponed until a successor to Chancellor J. Dennis O'Connor is named. O'Connor told Senate Council at its May 17 meeting that the decision to delay the appointment was made after talks with Pitt Board of Trustees Chair Farrell Rubenstein and Chair-elect […]

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Pitt Zone on Port Authority buses debuts; renovations begin in Forbes Quad garage >

May 25th, 1995

If early reports are any indication, the new "Pitt Zone" program devised by the University's Department of Parking and Transportation and the Port Authority Transit system (PAT) could be a great success. The program, which went into effect May 1, allows Pitt students, faculty and staff with a valid University identification card to ride PAT […]

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Policy provides guide for employee-lawyer interactions at Pitt >

May 25th, 1995

Faculty and staff members who deal with Pitt lawyers — whether in-house ones or outside counsel hired by the University– should keep in mind that such attorneys are working for Pitt, not necessarily its individual employees. That distinction can be vital when an employee's interests conflict with those of the University, according to a policy […]

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Law gets grant to underwrite centennial history of school >

May 25th, 1995

Pitt's School of Law has received a $50,000 grant from the Obernauer Foundation to underwrite publication of the school's centennial history. "The Law-Down: A Century Remembered"was written by W. Edward Sell, dean emeritus of the school, distinguished professor emeritus and Pitt's longest-serving tenured professor. "This is philanthropy at its most creative," law school Dean Peter […]

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Ernest B. Dorow >

May 25th, 1995

Ernest B. Dorow, associate professor in the School of Education, died of a heart attack on May 17, 1995. He was 62 years old. "It was a big loss," said Kenneth Metz, dean of the School of Education. "Ernie was a highly respected social studies educator. He had a very good rapport with public school […]

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