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Volume 38 Issue 16

Books, Journals & More >

April 13th, 2006

This annual University Times supplement recognizes faculty and staff who have written and edited books, as well as those whose efforts have extended into other areas, such as CDs, electronic publications, art exhibitions, plays and musical compositions. We regret that space constraints prohibit including other kinds of publications/creative endeavors. At the suggestion of a faculty […]

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UPG plans children’s literature conference >

April 13th, 2006

Want to learn to rhyme, discover how award-winning children’s authors approach their work or gather tips on how to use technology to draw reluctant readers into the library? Pitt-Greensburg’s children’s literature conference, set for May 5, is designed to offer all that and more. The annual literature conference, now in its 10th year, is funded […]

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Senate session explores technology transfer >

April 13th, 2006

It’s no secret that Pitt and Carnegie Mellon University are important contributors to the Pittsburgh area’s economy. Employment at the two universities (including UPMC) combined is roughly the same size as southwestern Pennsylvania’s high-tech employment sector, at about 60,000. Both are among the top schools responsible for creating venture capital spinoff companies, and Pitt last […]

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Detre memorial set for April 28 >

April 13th, 2006

A memorial service for Katherine Detre, who died Jan. 24, has been set for 2:30 p.m. April 28 in Heinz Chapel. A reception will follow in the Hall of Architecture at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. At the time of her death, Detre was Distinguished Professor of Epidemiology at the Graduate School of Public […]

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Faculty share some tech transfer experiences >

April 13th, 2006
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Obituary: Ruben A. Tenicela >

April 13th, 2006

Ruben A. Tenicela, a pioneer in pain management and a long-time professor at Pitt’s School of Medicine, died March 27, 2006, of congestive heart failure. He was 76. A native of Huancavalica, Peru, Tenicela earned his medical degree from the University of San Marcos, Peru, in 1957. It was there he met the late Peter […]

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Will podcasting catch on at Pitt? >

April 13th, 2006

The sight of people walking around listening via tiny earbuds wired to portable digital media players is becoming increasingly frequent at the University and beyond. The popular devices are known for storing vast quantities of music, but there’s lots more going on inside the electronic devices than just tunes. The cultural phenomenon has spawned a […]

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