Pitt sticks with Dec. 6 vaccine deadline, despite delay in federal mandate
University will work with faculty, staff and students in December to get them in compliance.
Faculty, staff and students who don’t get vaccine could face discipline, restrictions
Exemptions can be sought for medical, moral or religious reasons, but weekly tests will be required.
Johnstown officials defend deal with Outlier
Senate officers take Budget Policies subcommittee to task for investigation.
University Art Gallery reopens to celebrate 40 years of Women of Visions
Exhibit showcases the longest-running Black women’s artist collective in the U.S.
New to Pitt: Boston transitions from Brooklyn to Pittsburgh
Africana Studies assistant professor says both cities’ communities connect with her research.
SCI dean search committee hears community wish lists
The plan is to bring candidates to campus in spring and have position filled by July 1.
Board of Trustees chair Richards dies after battle with cancer
The retired CDW executive was a Panthers’ basketball star in the 1970s.
Provost names two professors as special assistants
Gary-Webb will focus on race and health issues; Singh will advise on quantum education.
Greek Nationality Room marks 80th anniversary
A weekend of online events planned in tribute to founders.
Comments sought on HIPAA and gifts that support projects policies
Faculty, staff and students can review the new rules through Nov. 22.
Horror collection adds ‘Chilly Billy’ archive
Cardille was well known in Pittsburgh as host of “Chiller Theater.”
Week of events planned at several campuses for Veterans Day
Greensburg to host discussion on “Military Conflict, the Media and Public Opinion.”
Support live music this fall on the Oakland campus
Holiday concerts are back, along with jazz drumming, Pitt Symphony and more.
Plenty of ways to get involved with the community
Volunteer opportunities range from diaper distribution to tree planting.