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Volume 41 Issue 11

GSPH, Peace Corps join forces >

February 5th, 2009

In collaboration with the Peace Corps, the Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) has instituted a program that blends classroom learning with real-world experience for students interested in a career in global health. The Master’s International (MI) track enables students to earn a master’s degree in public health and also volunteer with the Peace Corps. […]

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Financial Times ranks Katz program “best value” >

February 5th, 2009

The Financial Times, a London-based business news organization with a print and online readership of 1.3 million people, has ranked the full-time MBA program at the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business first in the United States for the third consecutive year in the “Best Value for the Money” category. The program was ranked […]

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3 faculty win top Pitt public service award >

February 5th, 2009

Winners of 2009 Chancellor’s Distinguished Public Service Awards, which honor faculty who have made outstanding contributions to the community, have been announced. The winners are: • John M. Burkoff, professor of law. • Toi Derricotte, professor of English. • Paul Douglas Newman, professor of history at the Johnstown campus. Each faculty public service honoree will […]

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Chancellor staff awards announced >

February 5th, 2009

Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg has named the recipients of the 2009 chancellor’s awards for staff excellence in service to the University and the community. The awards, open to all classified and union full- and part-time staff who have been employed at the University for at least five years, are the highest awards that Pitt grants […]

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Governor proposes no FY10 hike for Pitt >

February 5th, 2009

A 6 percent cut in state support would continue next fiscal year under Gov. Edward G. Rendell’s proposal for no increase in the appropriation for Pitt and its fellow state-related universities in fiscal year 2010. In addition, the governor has proposed the elimination of funding for the eight Pennsylvania Governor’s Schools of Excellence, which include […]

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Pitt's FY08 endowment outperforms national average >

February 5th, 2009

Pitt showed a better-than-average growth in the market value of its endowment last year compared to other schools surveyed in the annual National Association of University Business Officers (NACUBO) Endowment Study, but the picture was bleak all around. The 791 colleges and universities in the survey averaged growth of 0.5 percent in their endowment values […]

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