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Volume 31 Issue 9

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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