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Volume 33 Issue 8

Computing Services staff win national awards >

December 7th, 2000

Pitt's computing services recently won three awards in a national competition honoring outstanding publications produced by university computing centers. The Association of Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group for University and College Computer Services (SIGUCCS) annual competition recognizes both print and electronic media publications. Pitt's Computing Services and Systems Development (CSSD) web site took third place […]

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UCSUR produces economic quarterly >

December 7th, 2000

Citing a need to focus regularly on the evolving economy of the Pittsburgh region, Pitt's University Center for Social and Urban Research (UCSUR) has introduced the Pittsburgh Economic Quarterly (PEQ). PEQ is a newsletter highlighting important economic trends affecting the regional economy and the competitiveness of local industries. The first issue was published in June, […]

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Chancellor announces 5 winners of staff award >

December 7th, 2000

Five winners of the annual Chancellor's Award for Excellence for University of Pittsburgh Staff Employees were announced at Senate Council Monday. The award honors staff who demonstrate dedication to their units and community service beyond their job responsibilities. Eighteen staff members were nominated. The selection committee was chaired by Robert G. Houston, executive assistant vice […]

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Public Affairs staff win PR awards >

December 7th, 2000

Work by staff members in Pitt's Office of Public Affairs has garnered six awards from the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Entries in the annual competition are judged by other PRSA chapters on a 100-point scale. Considered are creativity, research, planning, execution and results. Awards traditionally presented are Renaissance Awards, for […]

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Compensation committee to meet >

December 7th, 2000

Pitt trustees are expected to approve pay raises today for Chancellor Mark Nordenberg and seven other University officers. The trustees' compensation committee, which is authorized to approve the compensation (salaries plus benefits) of top Pitt officials, is scheduled to meet at 11 a.m. The meeting, at 159 Cathedral of Learning, is open to the public. […]

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Photo collection donated to UPB >

December 7th, 2000

Pitt's Bradford campus has received a large collection of photographs and negatives taken by the late photographer W. Forres Stewart, who spent much of his life photographing Bradford and its residents. Stewart's son, Ron, presented the collection in memory of his father, who died in Bradford last year. The gift represents the bulk of W. […]

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Regional campuses launch capital campaigns >

December 7th, 2000

Pitt's four regional campuses are hold- ing capital campaigns as part of the general University effort kicked off in October. Pitt is hoping to raise $500 million by July 2003 to support its academic mission, research programs and facilities needs. Funds raised by the regionals will be counted as part of the University's campaign, but […]

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OBITUARY: Katherine Ann Smith >

December 7th, 2000

Long-time Provost's office employee Katherine A. Smith died Dec. 2, 2000, at her home in Wilkinsburg after a short battle with lung cancer. She was 62. Funeral services are scheduled for 11 a.m. today, Dec. 7, at the Spriggs-Watson funeral home, 720 North Lang Ave., Point Breeze. Smith came to Pitt in 1981 and served […]

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University to commission study of outdoor space on campus >

December 7th, 2000

Pitt will commission a study of its exterior space utilization, a University Senate committee was told this week. According to Ana Guzman, associate vice chancellor for Facilities Management, Pitt expects to hire Michael Yahres, a planning consultant from Virginia, to formulate a master plan for outdoor space utilization on its 132-acre Oakland campus. The University […]

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