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Volume 31 Issue 22

Budget has 4% hike in compensation pool >

July 6th, 1999

Budget has 4% hike in compensation pool The Board of Trustees unanimously approved a $916.3 million operating budget and a $166.7 million capital budget on July 25 for fiscal year 1999-2000. The operating budget includes a 4 percent increase in the pool of money for faculty and staff salaries. In a June 30 Campus Update, […]

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Forum criticizes some schools' systems for evaluating faculty >

July 6th, 1999

Forum criticizes some schools' systems for evaluating faculty Professors at the July 6 Faculty Assembly forum on faculty job performance systems agreed that such systems are beneficial and hold faculty accountable to the public. But new faculty evaluation systems in two Health Sciences schools drew fire from some Assembly members. Dental medicine professor John Baker […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 22

Budget has 4% hike in compensation pool >

July 6th, 1999

Budget has 4% hike in compensation pool The Board of Trustees unanimously approved a $916.3 million operating budget and a $166.7 million capital budget on July 25 for fiscal year 1999-2000. The operating budget includes a 4 percent increase in the pool of money for faculty and staff salaries. In a June 30 Campus Update, […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 22

Nancy Washington retires >

July 6th, 1999

Nancy Washington retires Thirty years after coming to Pitt as a research assistant, Assistant to the Chancellor Nancy Washington retired June 30. She was honored at a reception last month. In addition to serving as assistant to the chancellor (since 1993), she was an assistant professor of clinical epidemiology and family medicine (since 1989) and […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 22

Information about classification system still being disseminated >

July 6th, 1999

Information about classification system still being disseminated Reactions to the new staff classification system have been limited in part because many staff have not received their individual classification statements. That is not surprising, according to a Human Resources official. Jim Edgerton, assistant vice chancellor for compensation and benefits, told the University Times that staff should […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 22

Nancy Washington retires >

July 6th, 1999

Nancy Washington retires Thirty years after coming to Pitt as a research assistant, Assistant to the Chancellor Nancy Washington retired June 30. She was honored at a reception last month. In addition to serving as assistant to the chancellor (since 1993), she was an assistant professor of clinical epidemiology and family medicine (since 1989) and […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 22

Connolly, Nordenberg meet with ERA reps >

July 6th, 1999

Connolly, Nordenberg meet with ERA reps Student members of the Equal Rights Alliance (ERA) — who went on a 17-day hunger strike this spring to protest Pitt's denial of health benefits to homosexual employees' domestic partners — finally got their meeting with trustees chairperson J.W. Connolly and Chancellor Mark Nordenberg on June 24. Following the […]

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Board of Trustees re-elected J.W. Connolly >

July 6th, 1999

Board of Trustees re-elected J.W. Connolly The Board of Trustees on June 25 re-elected J.W. Connolly for a fifth consecutive one-year term as board chairperson. Trustees also amended the board's bylaws to allow Connolly to serve an additional three years beyond the normal five-year limit. Connolly said he doesn't necessarily want to remain as chairperson […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 22

University will set aside section in new stadium for faculty and staff >

July 6th, 1999

University will set aside section in new stadium for faculty and staff When the Pitt Panthers begin playing football in the Steelers' new stadium in fall 2001, a special section will be set aside for faculty and staff. The section will be located between one end zone and the 30 yard line on the home […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 22

University will set aside section in new stadium for faculty and staff >

July 6th, 1999

University will set aside section in new stadium for faculty and staff When the Pitt Panthers begin playing football in the Steelers' new stadium in fall 2001, a special section will be set aside for faculty and staff. The section will be located between one end zone and the 30 yard line on the home […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 22