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Volume 31 Issue 7

Glaser gets ETS Distinguished Service Award >

November 25th, 1998

Professor of psychology and former director of Pittπs Learning Research and Development Center Robert Glaser received the 1998 Educational Testing Service (ETS) Award for Distinguished Service to Measurement Nov. 23. Glaser, a leading scholar in the psychology of learning, cognition and instruction for more than 50 years, was honored for his accomplishments in assessment and […]

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Holiday cheer >

November 25th, 1998

Staff members in the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid wrap presents as part of the Holiday Neighbors program, which provides gifts to needy children served by United Way agencies. Pictured from left are Dawn Hornyak, John Slappy and David Barkovich. "We have a bona fide social committee in our office to keep morale up […]

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Downtown computer center expands >

November 25th, 1998

Responding to the growing need for hands-on instruction in computer technology, Pitt's Computer Learning Center (CLC) will cut the ribbon Dec. 2 at its newly expanded Downtown location. CLC is a non-credit program housed administratively in the College of General Studies. It serves approximately 6,000 people a year from the academic, business and greater Pittsburgh […]

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Hillman Library extends hours >

November 25th, 1998

Hillman Library will extend its hours for the reading/final exam period, and will be open continuously from 11 a.m., Sunday, Dec. 13 until 10 p.m., Friday, Dec. 18. During this period, admittance to the library from midnight to 7 a.m. will be with a valid University ID only. Services available during all hours of operation: […]

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Pitt sponsors lunchtime series >

November 25th, 1998

Two Pitt groups with an international emphasis are sponsoring lunchtime presentations at the Downtown Barnes & Noble bookstore. The monthly series will run through June. The University Center for International Studies and the Department of Africana Studies are providing a variety of entertaining and informational presentations for lunchtime Downtown book-browsers. Events have included Kuntu Repertory […]

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Children's holiday party set for Dec. 5 >

November 25th, 1998

Santa Claus, face painting, crafts and refreshments are just a few of the enticements for children attending the Pitt Alumnae Councilπs 57th annual childrenπs holiday party on Dec. 5, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Cathedral of Learning Commons Room. The event is open to the public but reservations are required. Admission to the […]

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