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Volume 35 Issue 5

Pitt supports converting Schenley Plaza >

October 24th, 2002

Pitt is supporting the redevelopment of Schenley Plaza into a new “town square,” University officials told the Senate community relations committee last week. Preliminary redevelopment recommendations were submitted last month by land-use consultants BRV Corp. of New York City, which studied the 5-acre Schenley Plaza site between Hillman and Carnegie libraries. BRV, which was hired […]

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Asian studies now is center >

October 24th, 2002

The Asian studies program, part of Pitt’s University Center for International Studies, has been renamed the Asian Studies Center. According to information provided by Dianne F. Dakis, assistant direct for student affairs at the center, Asian studies-affiliated faculty and the University’s senior administration determined that the designation of center reflected the mission and activities of […]

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UPMC honored by Information Week >

October 24th, 2002

UPMC Health System’s use of computer technology to improve health care access has been recognized by Information Week magazine. UPMC is ranked 5th among health care and medical industries and ranked 76th overall in the magazine’s 14th annual Top 500 listing of the most innovative users of information technology. According to Information Week, to make […]

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OBITUARY: Rakesh Kumar Bhatnagar >

October 24th, 2002

Rakesh Kumar Bhatnagar, associate professor of mathematics at the Greensburg campus, died Thursday, Oct. 10, 2002. Bhatnagar had been a member of the mathematics faculty at UPG since August 1988. He earned his Ph.D. in applied mathematics at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. His area of specialization was fluid mechanics of visco-elastic liquids. […]

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Weighing in on Pitt’s eclectic architecture >

October 24th, 2002

Who is Terence Smith? Pitt’s new Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Contemporary Art History and Theory is a modernist critic, author, scholar and teacher with an international reputation. “Terry brings with him a global perspective on the interaction of culture and politics and art,” says Franklin K. Toker, a fellow professor in the Department of […]

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