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Volume 35 Issue 17

Race for the Cure set for May 11 >

May 1st, 2003

The 11th annual Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure will be held May 11 in Schenley Park starting at 8:45 a.m. The 5K run/walk and one-mile fun walk raise money to promote breast cancer awareness and honor survivors. Pitt is providing space in the Posvar Hall galleria for registration and for race-day materials pick up. […]

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Regional faculty salaries remain much the same >

May 1st, 2003

Among the 15 Association of American Universities (AAU) public university branch campuses that focus on baccalaureate-level education, Pitt’s Bradford campus ranked 9th during 2002-2003 for average salary of full professors (Bradford average: $66,000) and 11th for both associate professors ($52,400) and assistant professors ($43,000). Pitt’s Greensburg campus ranked 12th for average salary of full professors […]

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Affirmative action award nominations sought >

May 1st, 2003

May 16 is the nomination deadline for the 2003 Chancellor’s Affirmative Action Award. The award is presented to the outstanding program area or individual that has made a significant contribution to affirmative action. Affirmative action is defined as “the increase of access to and full participation in all aspects of University functions by minorities and […]

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Bradford names president >

May 1st, 2003

Livingston Alexander, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at Kean University in Union, N.J., has been named president of Pitt-Bradford, effective Aug. 1. “I’ve been in higher education for over 26 years in a number of capacities, including faculty and administrative, and I have taught both undergraduates and graduate students,” Alexander told the University […]

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Bahnson memorial service set for May 23 >

May 1st, 2003

A memorial service for Henry T. Bahnson, who was credited with building the Pitt medical school’s Department of Surgery into one of the top surgery departments in the United States, will be held May 23 at 1 p.m. in Heinz Memorial Chapel. A reception will follow in the Members Lounge of the University Club, 123 […]

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Hearing held in same-sex benefits case >

May 1st, 2003

Having presented oral arguments April 23 in the lawsuit seeking to force Pitt to extend health benefits to its employees’ same-sex partners, attorneys are waiting for Allegheny County Common Pleas Court Judge Robert Gallo to rule on the University’s request for a permanent injunction in the case. Pitt has asked Gallo to permanently bar the […]

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Construction/renovation projects okayed >

May 1st, 2003

Pitt trustees this week approved four construction projects totaling more than $32 million, including one of a series of residence halls to be built on the Pittsburgh upper campus. The trustees’ property and facilities committee — which is authorized to approve building projects of more than $1 million — gave its okay April 28 to: […]

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Senate elects new officers, Bircher wins presidency >

May 1st, 2003

Nicholas G. Bircher, an associate professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine, has been elected president of the University Senate for 2003-2004. Succeeding Bircher as the Senate’s vice president will be Irene Hanson Frieze, a professor of psychology, business administration and women’s studies. Josephine E. Olson, a professor of business administration and economics, has been […]

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