Skip to Navigation
University of Pittsburgh

Volume 30 Issue 19

Suit with former law prof settled >

May 28th, 1998

Former Pitt law professor Candice Hoke settled her gender discrimination lawsuit against the University May 26 for an undisclosed sum. Hoke, who began teaching at Pitt in 1987, sought tenure here in 1992 but her request was denied. She sued the University in federal court in 1995, claiming she'd been denied tenure because of her […]

Feature,Volume 30 Issue 19

NIH administrator named to University >

May 28th, 1998

After six years and three searches, Pitt finally has found a replacement for Thomas Detre, senior vice chancellor for Health Sciences. Arthur S. Levine, 61, currently scientific director of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will succeed Detre Nov. 1. In addition to taking on […]

Feature,Volume 30 Issue 19

Man sought in Oakland assaults >

May 28th, 1998

The Pittsburgh Police are looking for the man who sexually assaulted two women at 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 16, on Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park. At the time of the assault, the man was armed with a gun and a knife; police consider him very dangerous. City police say they are looking for a […]

Feature,Volume 30 Issue 19

Pitt's faculty salary rankings drop in new survey of AAU institutions >

May 28th, 1998

Average salaries of full, associate and assistant professors at the Pittsburgh campus lost ground last year compared with the median of salaries at other American Association of Universities (AAU) schools. No surprise there. Last year, Pitt awarded average raises of 2.1 percent for professors, 2 percent for associate profs and 2.2 percent for assistant professors. […]

Feature,Volume 30 Issue 19

Funds raised for pancreatic cancer research >

May 28th, 1998

Jump shots, massages, raffle tickets and members of the Pittsburgh Steelers combined to help the Arenson family of the South Hills to raise money to benefit pancreatic cancer research at the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI). The third annual Hoops for a Cure exhibition basketball game, sponsored by the Nathan S. Arenson Fund for […]

Feature,Volume 30 Issue 19

Eva Reid Brosius >

May 28th, 1998

Eva Reid Brosius, former clerk of the University Senate who held the job for over 27 years, died May 25. Brosius joined the University in 1969 as associate director of the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs. Appointed the first clerk of the University Senate that year, Brosius went on to work with 15 Senate […]

Feature,Volume 30 Issue 19

Katz center honors firms as friendly to families >

May 28th, 1998

The Family Enterprise Center at the Katz Graduate School of Business and the Family Firm Institute, Pittsburgh chapter, selected nine winners for the 1998 Western Pennsylvania Family Business of the Year awards. The fourth annual awards program recognizes the accomplishments of successful businesses for positive family/business linkages, multigenerational family business involvement and contributions to industry […]

Feature,Volume 30 Issue 19

New endowed chair focuses on patient-centered care >

May 28th, 1998

The School of Medicine has established a first-of-its-kind endowed chair focusing on the patient-doctor relationship and patient-centered care. A national search will be conducted to identify the physician who will hold the newly created Leo H. Criep, M.D., Chair in Patient Care. The Criep professor will hold the appointment in Pitt's Department of Medicine. The […]

Feature,Volume 30 Issue 19

Hillman gets P&LE records >

May 28th, 1998

Hillman Library's archives were bolstered this month with the addition of the former Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad records. The records were donated to Pitt by Jack Polaritz, director of the Western Pennsylvania Interactive Railroad Learning Center Project, a subsidiary of the Coraopolis Economic Revitalization Center. Hundreds of boxes of employee job applications, labor union […]

Feature,Volume 30 Issue 19

ARTHUR LEVINE >

May 28th, 1998

To Arthur S. Levine, culture isn't just something you grow in a Petri dish. "I've always been as interested in the humanities as in the sciences," says Levine, who was named last week as Pitt senior vice chancellor for Health Sciences and dean of the medical school, effective Nov. 1. Levine, 61, currently is scientific […]

Feature,Volume 30 Issue 19