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Volume 27 Issue 21

Economics department jumps in national ranking >

June 22nd, 1995

Pitt's Department of Economics has improved from 75th to 18th best in the nation over the past 10 years, according to an analysis by The Journal of Economic Literature. The ranking puts Pitt ahead of UCLA and the University of Pennsylvania, and just behind the University of Wisconsin and Stanford. Northwestern University was ranked No. […]

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Minority, out-of-state enrollments rising at Pitt >

June 22nd, 1995

Pitt is making progress toward its goals of enrolling more out-of-state and African-American students while becoming more selective in recruiting, according to statistics reported at the June 12 Senate Council meeting. As of May 19, the number of students from outside Pennsylvania who had been accepted as Pitt freshmen and had made tuition deposits was […]

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Trustees name search committee >

June 22nd, 1995

The appointment of 21 members of the search committee for a new permanent chancellor will be announced at the Board of Trustees' annual meeting today, June 22, at 9 a.m. in the William Pitt Union Assembly Room. The committee members are listed on page 3 of this issue of the University Times in a Chancellor […]

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Tissue engineering program started >

June 22nd, 1995

The Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative (PTEI) has begun a seed grant program to support product-driven research in tissue engineering. The program is made possible by the Ben Franklin Technology Center of Western Pennsylvania. "We are funding research projects so that they develop to a stage at which outside firms or investors become interested," said Peter […]

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State appropriation unresolved; additional Tuition Challenge Grant funds approved >

June 22nd, 1995

The state House of Representatives voted 198-3 on June 20 to approve a $144.4 million appropriation for Pitt for the fiscal year beginning July 1. But political wrangling in the state Senate was delaying final legislative approval of the funds as the University Times went to press. Senate Democrats this week blocked approval of the […]

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BRADFORD, looking to the future, outlines master space plan details >

June 22nd, 1995

A $7 million addition to the Tom L. McDowell Sports Center, an $8 million addition to the Frame-Westerberg Commons student union, and a $12 million fine and performing arts center are the main projects in the first phase of Pitt's Bradford campus's (UPB) recently unveiled physical master plan. During phase one, the first five years […]

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GSPH's Hart elected SAC president >

June 22nd, 1995

Brian Hart, a research specialist in the Graduate School of Public Health, has been elected president of Staff Association Council (SAC) for the year beginning July 1. Hart, who joined SAC a year ago, has served as the group's representative on the last search committee for a new senior vice chancellor for Health Sciences and […]

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Special matching funds program results in $1.1 million for UPB fine

arts challenge >

June 22nd, 1995

Pitt's Bradford campus (UPB) has received $1.1 million in gifts through a special matching funds program established by a local family in support of the campus's proposed fine arts building. The Blaisdell family also has committed to matching new gifts for the proposed center from now until Dec. 31, according to Karen Niemic-Buchheit, UPB director […]

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