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Volume 39 Issue 12

Conflict of interest filing season begins >

February 22nd, 2007

The University’s annual conflict of interest (COI) filing season has begun. Information on how to file and who must file is available in Provost James V. Maher and Executive Vice Chancellor Jerome Cochran’s Feb. 15 memorandum, available online at www.rcco.pitt.edu/coi/. The site also offers information on supervisors’ responsibilities in managing potential conflicts. COI disclosures must […]

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Centers for Rehab Sciences program earns credentials >

February 22nd, 2007

The Centers for Rehab Services (CRS), a partner of UPMC, has become one of six sports physical therapy residency programs designated by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) as an APTA-credentialed post-professional clinical residency program. APTA formally recognized the CRS residency program at the opening ceremonies of its combined sections meeting in Boston on Feb. […]

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Sock-a-thon runs through March 2 >

February 22nd, 2007

Pitt’s Volunteer Pool is sponsoring a sock-a-thon to aid the homeless and needy during the winter months. The effort runs through March 2. New socks can be dropped off at the Volunteer Pool Office, 710 Alumni Hall. The Volunteer Pool also is supporting “National Wear Red Month,” an effort to raise awareness about women’s cardiac […]

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History dept. to host Latin American journal >

February 22nd, 2007

Pitt has been selected to host the editorial offices of the Hispanic American Historical Review, the flagship journal of historical scholarship on Latin America, for a five-year period beginning in July. Pitt history professors George Reid Andrews, Alejandro de la Fuente and Lara Putnam will serve as senior editors of the journal; professors Paul Eiss […]

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7 staffers win annual chancellor's awards >

February 22nd, 2007

Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg has named the recipients of the 2007 chancellor’s awards for staff excellence in service to the University and the community. The service awards, open to all classified and union full- and part-time staff members who have been employed at the University for at least five years, are the highest awards that […]

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Correction >

February 22nd, 2007

M. Leon Skolnick, a radiologist in the School of Medicine, was identified incorrectly as the late M. Leon Skolnick in the Feb. 8 Research Notes section of the University Times. We regret the error.

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