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Volume 28 Issue 13

Correction >

February 29th, 1996

Margaret Mary Kimmel, the winner of a 1996 Chancellor's Distinguished Public Service Award, is a professor in the School of Library and Information Science. Her faculty affiliation was reported incorrectly in the Feb. 15 University Times.

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Nursing to manage clinic's primary care >

February 29th, 1996

Pitt's School of Nursing has assumed management of the primary care component of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's (UPMC) Matilda H. Theiss Health and Child Development Center in Terrace Village. The UPMC satellite is the first full-time, nurse-managed, primary care clinic in western Pennsylvania. It provides a comprehensive health program using certified nurse practitioners […]

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OPINION / H. David Brumble III >

February 29th, 1996

Pitt has a program for undergraduates in London, and so I have the pleasant responsibility of teaching in London this semester. I am here with 32 Pitt students. They are taking such courses as Shakespeare, Twentieth Century British History, Twentieth Century British Fiction, Theater Production Management, Western European Politics and Government, Twentieth Century Art, and […]

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SLIS wants to change name to School of Information Sciences >

February 29th, 1996

Faculty and administrators at the School of Library and Information Science have voted to change the school's name to the School of Information Sciences. They say the new name will more accurately reflect the school's current research and curriculum. For the change to become official, it must be approved by Pitt's senior administration. The school's […]

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Pitt squeaks past goal for United Way drive >

February 29th, 1996

It was by a whisker, but both Pitt's United Way campaign and the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania surpassed their 1995 fund-raising goals. Pitt collected $415,922 during the campaign that ended on Feb. 8. The total reflects an increase of $1,263 over last year's campaign, which netted $414,659, according to figures supplied by the Office […]

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Pitt makes case for more state funds to Senate committee >

February 29th, 1996

HARRISBURG — Interim Chancellor Mark Nordenberg told the state Senate's appropriations committee on Feb. 27 that Pitt may have to raise tuition next fall beyond a proposed 3.5 percent unless the state increases its fiscal year 1996-97 subsidy to the University. Under Gov. Tom Ridge's proposed budget, Pitt would receive virtually no increase next year […]

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