Educational Policies committee hears updates on anti-Black racism course, reaccreditation.
The latest group seeking representation follows in path of faculty and grad students.
Trustees get update on enrollment, philanthropy, vaccinations and more.
University hangs on at 20th among public schools; nursing places at 7th.
The extra students also bring extra expenses for schools, Student Affairs and housing.
A Budget Policies subcommittee looked at whether program meets University guidelines.
Panzella has been learning about Pittsburgh and Pitt students’ needs.
Staff Council also hears about Care.com options and rules for job-switching.
Pitt received $54.7 million from the American Rescue Plan Act signed in March.
This year’s event expands on 2020 conversations when in-person volunteering was limited.
Two student groups voice support for union; undergrad government board stays neutral.
DeJong tells group that staff working hard to avoid congestion at building access areas.
The first cohort of the new series of workshops starts Sept. 29, but more sessions planned.
New hires encouraged to complete the certification and Pitt veterans are welcome, too.
Cunningham says his goal is to make faculty work easier and more efficient.
Economics professor in 1935 said amateurism was just ‘hypocrisy.’
The 10 local artists were selected by August Wilson House as part of a new initiative.
How do some of our existing initiatives support the new strategic plan?
Assad and Kroboth both plan to return to teaching after their terms end in June 2022.