Skip to Navigation
University of Pittsburgh

Volume 41 Issue 12

Guest speaker addresses generosity >

February 19th, 2009

Think beyond the numbers and ponder wealth in all its dimensions, Indiana University professor Richard Gunderman urged listeners in his talk, “Generosity: What’s at Stake.” Last month’s lecture was the first in a Philanthropy Forum speaker series sponsored by the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs in conjunction with GSPIA’s Johnson Institute for Responsible […]

Feature,Volume 41 Issue 12

Pitt tax hotline set up >

February 19th, 2009

Payroll has set up a tax hotline for questions about W-2 and 1042S tax forms. The hotline, 412/624-8070 (option 9), will be in effect through April 15, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays. Inquiries also can be submitted online at www.bc.pitt.edu/payroll/inquiries.html. Questions regarding form 1099 should be directed to Payment Processing at 412/648-7845. Questions regarding form 1098T […]

Feature,Volume 41 Issue 12

COI filing season underway >

February 19th, 2009

Pitt’s annual conflict of interest (COI) filing season has begun. A Feb. 16 memorandum from Provost James V. Maher and Executive Vice Chancellor Jerome Cochran provides information on who must file and how to file, as well as details concerning supervisors’ responsibilities in managing potential conflicts. Copies of the memorandum and attachments are posted at […]

Feature,Volume 41 Issue 12

Studio arts showcases new studios >

February 19th, 2009

Senior studio arts student Nancy Egger, left, and printmaking professor Lenore Thomas create screenprint valentines during the Department of Studio Arts’ “Love Your Studio (Arts)” event in the Frick Fine Arts building. The Feb. 13 event officially launched the new screenprint studio, housed in space formerly occupied by a lithography studio. Students and faculty also […]

Feature,Volume 41 Issue 12

RouteShout pilot brings info to bus stops >

February 19th, 2009

Knowledge is power — and knowing when the next bus is coming can help riders decide whether to wait in the cold or pop into a coffee shop for a quick cup of something hot. A free “RouteShout” service is being tested at 22 Port Authority bus stops that primarily serve college students. Using their […]

Feature,Volume 41 Issue 12

PittCat+ up and running >

February 19th, 2009

The University Library System’s PittCat online library catalog has become a classic. The new PittCat+ now is the primary way to search for books, articles, CDs, DVDs and other library materials. PittCat+ was in test mode during the fall term (see Aug. 28, 2008, University Times) and now is fully functional, library officials say. The […]

Feature,Volume 41 Issue 12