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Volume 38 Issue 21

University wins IT awards >

June 22nd, 2006

Pitt was honored as a laureate in the 2006 Computerworld honors program, earning five awards in three categories, more than any other organization in the current competition. The awards recognize the best practices in IT. Members of Computing Services and Systems Development (CSSD), Pitt’s central IT unit, accepted the awards. Pitt was recognized in the […]

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Farewell: Pitt employees close the book on their careers >

June 22nd, 2006

Pitt may look a little different come July 1. A lot of familiar faces around the University will be gone — or at least seen much less frequently. Though June 30 always concludes Pitt’s fiscal year, this year the date also marks the end of a special two-year window for eligible employees to retire with […]

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UCIS director Brustein leaving Pitt >

June 22nd, 2006

William I. Brustein, director of the University Center for International Studies (UCIS) since 2001, has accepted a position at the University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign, effective January 2007. He will remain UCIS director through the fall term. Brustein has been named associate provost for international affairs, director of international programs and studies, and professor of sociology, political […]

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Miller named interim GSPIA dean >

June 22nd, 2006

David Miller, associate professor and associate dean of Pitt’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), has been named interim dean of the school. His appointment will be effective July 1. Miller, who has worked as an associate dean for eight years with departing dean Carolyn Ban, said he’s approaching his new duties with […]

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Pitt Arts wins affirmative action award >

June 22nd, 2006

The Pitt Arts program, which was established in 1997 to connect Pitt students to the cultural life of Pittsburgh, is this year’s winner of the Chancellor’s Affirmative Action Award. The annual award goes to an “outstanding University program area or individual that has made a significant contribution to affirmative action.” The winning program was announced […]

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