Talks by three conservative speakers creating conflict on campus
University says the anti-transgender messages "toxic and hurtful," but still fall under free speech.
ELI to remain open for another year, Faculty Assembly hears
Senate president shares experiences as bargaining committee “observer.”
Governor’s proposal would give Pitt 7.1 percent funding increase
Gallagher supports Shapiro’s call to rethink Pa.’s system of higher education.
Faculty, cyber law experts discuss generative AI’s ethics, regulations, hidden benefits
Several forums at Pitt focus on ChatGPT, as the new tool sparks much debate.
Educator-based forum highlights challenges, opportunities presented by ChatGPT
Artificial intelligence software can write papers, but not always with flair or facts.
Pitt commuter survey finds nearly half travel in single-occupancy vehicles
Sheehy tells Staff Council Spotlight that plans are underway to replace lost O’Hara Garage spots.
Annual Senate Plenary on April 4 will tackle generative AI
Seven Pitt experts in wide-ranging areas will look at how this new technology can work here.
Inside … The Pitt Press there are lots of books, and a pool table(?)
North Point Breeze site has a collection of almost everything the Press has published.
Number of single-use, gender-inclusive restrooms growing on campus
All new buildings have these facilities, but outfitting older spaces takes some work.
Pitt not keeping up with peers on graduate school enrollment
Vice Provost Godley gives report to Senate committee on her office’s strategic goals.
Four Dietrich School dean finalists meeting with Pitt community
Names released just before each appearance; Associate Dean Leibovich kicks off vision talks.
Jazz Composers Concert features new works by nine people with Pitt ties
The show gives students and others chance to hear compositions played by top professional jazz musicians.
Women’s History Month events cover a variety of topics
HerStory Slam; SheLeads Forum; Women in Medicine and Science; and more still to come.