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Volume 29 Issue 21

Average salaries at Pitt: UPMC administration is high; Human Resources service staff is low >

June 26th, 1997

Average salaries among the ranks of Pitt employees last year ranged from $221,056 for the 11 executives, administrators and managers at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) to $14,022 for the 14 technical, skilled and service workers in the Office of Human Resources. Those highs and lows are included in a salary report released […]

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Committee recommends two faculty early retirement plans to chancellor >

June 26th, 1997

The Faculty Early Re-tirement Bonus Plan Committee recommends that Pitt offer the following two plans, beginning Sept. 1. The Window Plan Who would be eligible: Full-time and part-time tenured faculty, full-time and part-time faculty librarians whose contracts provide the expectation of continuing employment, and full-time administrators holding faculty tenure. Members of the medical school faculty, […]

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UPB hires alumni director >

June 26th, 1997

Marcell A. Mallette has been selected as the first director of alumni relations for Pitt's Bradford campus (UPB). A 1990 graduate of the campus, Mallette has been working as an administrative assistant in UPB's Office of Development and University Relations, and Office of Public Relations and Marketing since 1995. A native of Bradford, Mallette has […]

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Pitt helps to train Chinese educators >

June 26th, 1997

Pitt's School of Education has joined with the National Academy for Educational Administration (NAEA) in Beijing to modernize higher education in China and train future leaders of that nation's universities. "The colleagues we work with are training the presidents and administrators of universities where the future leaders of China will be educated," said James Mauch, […]

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UPG student center renamed for Chambers >

June 26th, 1997

The Common Facilities Building (student center) at Pitt's Greensburg campus (UPG) has been renamed Chambers Hall in honor of recently retired UPG President George F. Chambers. The building was renamed during a June 20 ceremony attended by approximately 75 people, including UPG interim President Norman Scanlon and advisory board member John Driscoll. In his remarks, […]

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Trustees voting on FY98 budget today >

June 26th, 1997

At an 8:30 a.m. meeting today, June 26, Pitt's Board of Trustees is expected to approve a 1997-98 operating budget that includes a 4.5 percent tuition hike this fall for in-state students and 5.5 percent for out-of-state students. Full-time tuition for most Pennsylvania resident undergraduates would increase to $5,658 a year, while nonresidents would pay […]

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Faculty early retirement plan decision expected next month >

June 26th, 1997

Chancellor Mark Nordenberg expects to announce in July whether Pitt will adopt a new early retirement plan for tenured faculty this year. After five months of haggling over details of such a program, the Faculty Early Retirement Bonus Plan Committee delivered its final report to Nordenberg June 20. The report recommends that Pitt adopt two […]

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