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Volume 40 Issue 21

Business clothing drive set for July 9 >

June 26th, 2008

The Pitt Volunteer Pool is sponsoring a career clothing drive on July 9 to aid efforts of Pennsylvania Women Work, an organization that promotes the economic self-sufficiency of single parents, displaced homemakers and individuals in transition. The organization is seeking donations of professional clothing for women and men that is appropriate for job interviews and […]

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Winning CSSD projects recognized >

June 26th, 2008

Two Pitt technology projects were recognized this month as Laureates by the Industrial Distribution Group’s (IDG) Computerworld honors program. For two decades, the Computerworld honors program has acknowledged those individuals and organizations that have used information technology to benefit society. Since 2003, the Computerworld honors program has selected the University for more than 15 awards […]

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ULS puts film versions of plays online >

June 26th, 2008

A treasure trove of the world’s most famous film versions of plays is now online for access by the Pitt community through the University Library System. From productions of Shakespeare to rare in-depth footage focusing on the work of Samuel Beckett, the Theatre in Video link makes accessible in streaming video more than 250 film […]

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PSC Wii project wins TeraGrid award >

June 26th, 2008

The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) won the award for “Best Demonstration at TG08” during this year’s annual conference of the TeraGrid, the National Science Foundation’s program of cyberinfrastructure for U.S. science and education. A PSC team of two scientists and a Pitt student received the award for “WiiMD,” a project that merges the video-game technology […]

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Obituary: Joanne M. Rosol >

June 26th, 2008

Joanne M. Rosol, long-time staff member and a former president of the Staff Association Council (SAC), died June 18, 2008. She was 58 and had been in declining health. Friends and co-workers praised Rosol for her dedication to the faculty and students of the University in her position as testing supervisor at the Center for […]

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Arts mural dedicated at UPB >

June 26th, 2008

‘BioDun Ogundayo, Pitt-Bradford professor of French and comparative literature, left, discusses the imagery in a new mural in UPB’s Blaisdell Hall with senior A.J. Laganosky. Laganosky, an interdisciplinary arts major, was among 10 students who designed and painted the mural during a summer term class taught by art professor and muralist Kong Ho. Dedicated earlier […]

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