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Volume 31 Issue 9

Long-term staff honored for service >

January 7th, 1999

Long-term staff honored for service 40 YEARS OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR Johnson, Delores E. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Thompson, Warren SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATION SCIENCES Hess, Barbara Ann UNIVERSITY LIBRARY SYSTEM McCain, Charles R. ASSOCIATE VICE CHANCELLOR, FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Fuhry Jr., Francis M. 30 YEARS Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs Moss, Margaret G. Fakles, Theodora Watanabe, […]

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UPB complex design work starts >

January 7th, 1999

The sketch review phase of the Bradford campus's new sports complex was approved by the State Department of General Services, and detailed design work has begun. According to Richard McDowell, president of the Bradford campus, the approval of this phase means that construction will likely begin on schedule, and that the new complex will be […]

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Pitt developing long-range plan to address computing demands >

January 7th, 1999

A chancellor-appointed committee of administrators, professors and other info-tech wonks has begun work on a long-range plan to address Pitt's escalating computing needs. Robert Pack, vice provost for Academic Planning and Resources Management and a member of the Information Technology Steering Committee (ITSC) that's drafting the plan, said the plan will be aimed at: € […]

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Facilities Management delays changes in custodians' shifts >

January 7th, 1999

Implementation of a Facilities Management plan to improve custodial services on the Pittsburgh campus is on hold pending a second bidding of custodial jobs. The plan, which was announced in a November memo from Facilities Management Associate Vice Chancellor Ana Guzman, had already been delayed twice to allow service workers more time to choose from […]

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Administrative searches progress >

January 7th, 1999

The committee searching for a new director of the University Center for Social and Urban Research (UCSUR) has submitted the names of three finalists to Provost James Maher. Meanwhile, semi-finalists for the College of General Studies (CGS) deanship have begun visiting campus. The following is an update on those and other Pitt administrative searches. UCSUR […]

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Mellon gives $1 million to Katz >

January 7th, 1999

Mellon Bank Corp. has given Pitt $1 million to create Mellon Bank Hall as part of the Katz Graduate School of Business. The funds will be used to renovate the third floor of the Masonic Temple and create needed space for classrooms, laboratories and informal student gatherings for the Katz School's Center for Executive Education, […]

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