Tiered salary pool increases set at 2 and 2.5 percent
Trustees committee also approves tuition hikes of 2 percent at regionals and 2.75 to 5 percent in Pittsburgh.
Labor Department audit finds faculty recruiting, recordkeeping violations
Pitt cited for failing to keep track of how well affirmative action programs were working.
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MAKING PITT WORK: Mario Browne’s focus has always been on diversity
Second time at University has him attracting more minority faculty, staff into health sciences schools.
Jazz and Culture journal seeks academic articles on Geri Allen
Late Pitt professor was a “tremendously influential voice on piano,” her colleague says.
University officials happy state funding continues to rise
This year’s 2 percent increase was possible because of a revenue surplus.
Pitt ahead of the curve on sexual assault reporting rules
University already meets new Pa. law requiring campuses to have online, anonymous systems.
Get out of the office and enjoy Oakland this summer
There’s plenty to do on your lunch break within walking distance.
Administration condemns racist, threatening Snapchats sent by student
Cudd, Bonner say there will be discussions about strengthening the Student Code of Conduct.
Pitt employees pack Kennywood for annual picnic
Staff Council's annual events offered rides, games, dancing, raffles and a buffet lunch.
Pitt faculty heading up regional group researching area’s stormwater control
White paper looks at how to track effectiveness of green infrastructure projects.
Another week, another road construction project
Boulevard of the Allies work to stretch from Bates Street to Birmingham Bridge
Kirsten Gillibrand kicks off ‘Broken Promises Tour’ in Oakland
Presidential candidate touts Medicare for all and easy access to unions.
Trustees re-elect Tansky Blum to final year as chairperson
Three new members named to Pitt seats on UPMC Board of Directors
Pitt, CMU supercomputing center gets $10 million NSF grant
The money and partnership with Hewlett Packard will fund new, even-faster Bridges-2 supercomputer