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Volume 41 Issue 7

Hillman Library extends hours >

November 20th, 2008

Hillman Library will extend its 24-hour end-of-term schedule to two weeks beginning this term. Hillman will be open continuously from 7:50 a.m. Monday, Dec. 1 until 6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13. The University Library System will provide free coffee and tea in the Cup & Chaucer after its regular closing time. The PITTCat online […]

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Teaching Excellence Fair: Students as teachers >

November 20th, 2008

Pitt’s eighth annual Teaching Excellence Fair, held Nov. 5, included presentations from winners of 2007-08 innovation in education grants and conversations on teaching methods and techniques with faculty, as well as workshops and technology demonstrations led by Center for Instructional Development and Distance Education (CIDDE) staff. The event was sponsored by the Provost’s Advisory Council […]

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One last look at the Cathedral lights >

November 20th, 2008

Passersby stop to view a geometric pattern projected on the Bigelow Boulevard and Forbes Avenue facades of the Cathedral of Learning and the Stephen Foster Memorial. The second of two colorful illuminations created by German design firm Casa Magica as part of the Pittsburgh 250 Festival of Lights debuted on the structures Nov. 7. The […]

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Teaching Excellence Fair: Real-world applications >

November 20th, 2008

Pitt’s eighth annual Teaching Excellence Fair, held Nov. 5, included presentations from winners of 2007-08 innovation in education grants and conversations on teaching methods and techniques with faculty, as well as workshops and technology demonstrations led by Center for Instructional Development and Distance Education (CIDDE) staff. The event was sponsored by the Provost’s Advisory Council […]

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Teaching Excellence Fair: What worked? What didn't? >

November 20th, 2008

Pitt’s eighth annual Teaching Excellence Fair, held Nov. 5, included presentations from winners of 2007-08 innovation in education grants and conversations on teaching methods and techniques with faculty, as well as workshops and technology demonstrations led by Center for Instructional Development and Distance Education (CIDDE) staff. The event was sponsored by the Provost’s Advisory Council […]

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English prof aims for Hollywood on the Mon >

November 20th, 2008

Carl Kurlander calls his documentary film “My Tale of Two Cities” a valentine to the city of Pittsburgh. A Nov. 28 Pittsburgh 250 screening at the Byham Theater makes it a birthday card — the benefit showing will include birthday candles and singing led by David Newell, better known as Mr. McFeely from Mister Rogers […]

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