Skip to Navigation
University of Pittsburgh

Volume 27 Issue 22

Contributions to Pitt are up 8.3%, Weber reports >

July 6th, 1995

Total gifts to Pitt (ex-cluding sponsored re-search) were $30.3 million for July 1, 1994, through May 31, 1995, Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement Lawrence Weber reported to the trustees June 22. That's an 8.36 percent increase over the amount donated to the University during the same 11-month period the year before. Nationally, donations to educational […]

Feature,Volume 27 Issue 22

Connolly takes over as trustees' head >

July 6th, 1995

Among the seven trustees who voted in favor of the resolution to reconsider Chancellor J. Dennis O'Connor's severance package was the board's new chairperson, J. Wray Connolly. The resolution was defeated, 10-7, although the show-of-hands vote was 12-6. It turned out that two of the trustees who voted against the resolution — John C. Marous […]

Feature,Volume 27 Issue 22

BRANCHING OUT >

July 6th, 1995

Basic ecologists study organisms. Their focus could be deer, trees, grasses, aquatic vegetation, ants or any other element of the earth's flora and fauna. They focus on such things as physiology and genetics, and how changes in the environment can affect an organism. Environmental scientists are more interested in ecosystems and the social and economic […]

Feature,Volume 27 Issue 22