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Volume 31 Issue 23

Correction >

July 22nd, 1999

Correction * The number to call for information on the new staff classification plan is 648-2667. The number was incorrect in the July 8 issue. * Anticipating a 3.3 percent salary increase pool for fiscal year 2000, the University Planning and Budgeting Committee (UPBC) recommended distributing 1.2 percent for salary maintenance raises. The University Times, […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 23

Correction >

July 22nd, 1999

Correction * The number to call for information on the new staff classification plan is 648-2667. The number was incorrect in the July 8 issue. * Anticipating a 3.3 percent salary increase pool for fiscal year 2000, the University Planning and Budgeting Committee (UPBC) recommended distributing 1.2 percent for salary maintenance raises. The University Times, […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 23

Alternative medicine center to open >

July 22nd, 1999

Alternative medicine center to open In response to the growing use of alternative and complementary medicine, the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Center will open Aug. 16. The center, located on the first floor of UPMC South Side, will provide consultative services focused on integrating complementary and alternative medical therapies with conventional medical treatments. Estimated expenditures […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 23

Alternative medicine center to open >

July 22nd, 1999

Alternative medicine center to open In response to the growing use of alternative and complementary medicine, the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Center will open Aug. 16. The center, located on the first floor of UPMC South Side, will provide consultative services focused on integrating complementary and alternative medical therapies with conventional medical treatments. Estimated expenditures […]

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GSPIA program will help police to cope with new kind of criminal >

July 22nd, 1999

GSPIA program will help police to cope with new kind of criminal Hypercriminals and cyberwarriors who terrorize and kill with computers instead of guns …transnational criminal organizations such as the Russian mafia, with enough money and firepower to take over national governments… New breeds of organized criminals (and plenty of traditional offenders) will confront law […]

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Lecture program to give glimpse of medical school >

July 22nd, 1999

Lecture program to give glimpse of medical school Got the itch to study medicine at Pitt this fall, but can't afford the time or the School of Medicine's $9,778 per year tuition ($19,372 for non-Pennsylvanians)? Consider enrolling in the Pitt Mini-Medical School. The program premieres this fall. It's a series of 90-minute evening presentations, roughly […]

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University acquires philosopher Hempel's papers >

July 22nd, 1999

University acquires philosopher Hempel's papers The University Library System has acquired the personal and professional papers of the late Carl G. Hempel, one of this century's most important philosophers. Hempel, who died in 1997, studied under both Hans Reichenbach and Rudolf Carnap, who are among the founding fathers of modern scientific philosophy. After emigrating from […]

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Generations Together program supports parenting grandparents >

July 22nd, 1999

Generations Together program supports parenting grandparents Whether it's because their parents die, become seriously ill, go to prison or descend into drug-induced oblivion, an increasing number of U.S. children are being left in the fulltime care of their grandparents. To help Allegheny County grandparents through a second round of childrearing, Pitt's Generations Together program is […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 23

Generations Together program supports parenting grandparents >

July 22nd, 1999

Generations Together program supports parenting grandparents Whether it's because their parents die, become seriously ill, go to prison or descend into drug-induced oblivion, an increasing number of U.S. children are being left in the fulltime care of their grandparents. To help Allegheny County grandparents through a second round of childrearing, Pitt's Generations Together program is […]

Feature,Volume 31 Issue 23