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Volume 29 Issue 3

Art, architecture trips open to public >

September 26th, 1996

Pitt's Department of the History of Art and Architecture has two field trips planned for October that are open to the public. Frank Toker will lead a trip to five of the best preserved early American architecture sites in western Pennsylvania Oct. 13. The trip will visit the Neal log house, Schenley Park; Woodville or […]

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Looking for a cure? Pharmacy museum has solutions for what ailed them long ago >

September 26th, 1996

Guaranteed to be a baby in every bottle. That was the once famous advertising claim of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. But guaranteeing fertility was not the only thing that this "woman's medicine" from the early 20th century promised. According to the label, it also relieved "hot flashes and certain other symptoms associated with 'change […]

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Free depression screenings offered >

September 26th, 1996

Mental health professionals from 13 area hospitals, including Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, will provide information on the signs and symptoms of depression, as well as free depression screenings, as part of National Depression Screening Day, Oct. 10. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, depression strikes more than 17 million Americans annually. Depression […]

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University of Pittsburgh Anti-Harassment Policy Statement >

September 26th, 1996

No University employee, University student, or individual on University property may intentionally harass or abuse a person (physically or verbally) with the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with such person's work or academic performance, or of creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work or academic environment. Consistent with the University Nondiscrimination Policy Statement, this […]

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Pitt FY98 request to state has 4.5% hike in tuition, compensation >

September 26th, 1996

The pool of money for Pitt faculty and staff salaries and fringe benefits would increase by 4.5 percent next summer, if the state government accepts a fiscal year 1998 funding request that the University's administration submitted to the state Department of Education this week. The request also proposes hiking tuition next fall by no more […]

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Top administrators' pay raises approved >

September 26th, 1996

For the first time in the history of Pitt, a portion of the chancellor's salary has been tied to performance. Acting for the full Board of Trustees, the board's compensation committee on Sept. 18 approved an annual base salary of $225,000 for Chancellor Mark Nordenberg. The increase is retroactive to June 20, when Nordenberg was […]

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Search to begin again for Detre's successor >

September 26th, 1996

Chancellor Mark Nordenberg has decided to re-open the search for a successor to Senior Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences Thomas Detre. Nordenberg said he hopes to identify a successor by next summer, so he or she could be in place for the fall 1997 term. The chancellor also said he still is considering merging the […]

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3 business/finance administrators leave University, 4th to follow in late October >

September 26th, 1996

Three key members of Pitt's business and finance staff left the University this month, and a fourth will resign at the end of October. Gary T. Warchock, director of Central Business Services, resigned Sept. 9 and left Pitt that day. Likewise, L. Thomas Hussey, associate vice chancellor for Facilities Management, resigned Sept. 13, which was […]

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