George Romero archives acquired by University Library System
The filmmaker’s collection will be foundation for study of horror and science fiction.
PLRB hears complaints in grad student union election
List of eligible voters kept by Pitt election observers at heart of two days of testimony.
Provost’s office keeps expanding faculty development offerings
Two new programs offered this year target professors of color and women.
Sharon Smith ‘far more than everything on her resume’
Outgoing Pitt–Greensburg president celebrated at two events on campus.
Supporting the transgender community is more than deciding on pronouns
Persad instructor leads seminar on how to be sensitive and inclusive.
Emerging leaders program brings benefits to participants and Oakland campus
New walking trail one project of the Business and Operations teams.
2019-20 academic calendar includes extra day for winter recess
Fall break for students to include two more days at the beginning of Thanksgiving week.
Departing Senate officers reflect on service
Cindy Tananis and Robin Kear have both participated in shared governance for several years.
Senate Council honors past president and outgoing vice president
Gallagher reports that several newly formed committees are hard at work.
‘No one walks away from these events unscathed’
Staff Assembly focuses on overcoming traumatic events, both personal and global.
Reports detail Pitt’s payments to law firm from 2015-18
Ballard Spahr was paid $240,000 for work on union and other issues.
Summer brings myriad construction projects to Oakland campus
Cathedral classrooms, Hillman’s third floor and Lawrence Hall computer lab among sites getting updates.
Faculty Assembly discusses report on GRE use on campus
Most schools use the graduate exam, but many say it’s among the lowest factors in admissions.
And now for a cuteness break ... with pretty peregrines
Two surviving Cathedral peregrine chicks banded and examined
Philippine Nationality Room to be dedicated June 9
The event includes performance, free tours, Catholic mass and fundraising dinner.
Kinder remembered for creating a ‘community of students’
Novelist and retired Pitt English professor was more than an ‘outlaw writer.’
Get rolling for Bike to Work Day on May 17
Stop by the pop-up Commuter Cafe in Schenley Plaza