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Volume 41 Issue 22

Puzzling out Pitt's academic calendar >

July 9th, 2009

As sure as the summer months bring warmer weather, they also bring the University’s newest academic calendar, the 8.5 x 11-inch tri-fold brochure delivered to all employee campus addresses that lays out important dates over the next four academic terms. This year’s version, already posted online (www.provost.pitt.edu/information-oncalendar.html), will cover July 2009-December 2011, plus the start […]

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Delay sought in fraud case asset distribution >

July 9th, 2009

Pitt and others who invested money with firms associated with disgraced investment fund operators Paul Greenwood and Stephen Walsh will have to wait at least until fall for a federal judge’s decision on a distribution of assets if a receiver’s request for more time to sort out how those assets should be disbursed is approved. […]

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Provost nixes SAC proposal >

July 9th, 2009

The Staff Association Council’s (SAC) proposal that the senior administration offer non-monetary compensation alternatives for staff in lieu of salary raises for fiscal year 2010 has been rejected. In March, Chancellor Mark Nordenberg announced there would be no increase in the salary pool in FY10, which began July 1. Last month, SAC’s salary and job […]

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Pitt participating in vets program >

July 9th, 2009

Pitt is one of some 500 U.S. higher education institutions voluntarily offering tuition remission and other benefits under the Yellow Ribbon GI education enhancement program, part of the new GI Bill. Under the new GI Bill — officially the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008 — all eligible veterans receive an amount equal to […]

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Storm cleanup continues >

July 9th, 2009

Cleanup is continuing following heavy June storms that caused flooding or other water damage in a number of University buildings on the Pittsburgh and Greensburg campuses. A preliminary report by Facilities Management estimated the damage to University properties in Pittsburgh at more than $497,000. In addition to an estimate of nearly $300,000 in damages tallied […]

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