The policy's goal is for average faculty salaries at or above the median of 34 other public AAU institutions.
Pitt partnering with UPMC and Allegheny Health Department for “PITTCoVax” distribution efforts.
Consultants working with steering committee to explore responsibility center management.
The vast majority of pedestrian/vehicle accidents take place between noon and 5 p.m., Pitt Police officers report.
The detailed look at the next 10 years envisions new buildings and redeveloped spaces.
While there have been financial losses, enrollment and donations look good.
Despite nearly $150 million in aggregate losses, Gallagher says layoffs very unlikely.
Pitt history professor collaborates with Ibram X. Kendi to edit 90 essays for “Four Hundred Souls.”
Staff are still encouraged to take time off, even if they can't travel.
Slotterback wants school to produce research of impact that is relevant and translates to policy,
University schools, clubs, departments and more raise nearly $2.5 million.
Humphrey urges next generation to keep moving forward at Black History Month event.
The other half will be used to offset costs related to the pandemic, Gallagher says.
Family House has objected to the “fortress-like” wall that will face its McKee Place property.
Senate committee says next step is developing “best practices toolkit” for graduate admissions.
A 2016 move to reorganize department administrators made adjusting during COVID-19 easier.
DeJong will still be involved with initiatives he had been working on in Human Resources.
Three candidates are running for vice president; election will be from April 1 to 16.
He’ll continue his work in the provost’s office; search well underway for UHC replacement.
The 15 recipients will receive $2,000 cash prizes and $3,000 grants to further their work
Keynote speaker Pickett says awardees “remind us that inclusion is a priority to learning.”
With the reorganization of Student Affairs, the vice provost also will have ties to regionals.