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Volume 35 Issue 17

Construction/renovation projects okayed >

May 1st, 2003

Pitt trustees this week approved four construction projects totaling more than $32 million, including one of a series of residence halls to be built on the Pittsburgh upper campus. The trustees’ property and facilities committee — which is authorized to approve building projects of more than $1 million — gave its okay April 28 to: […]

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Senate elects new officers, Bircher wins presidency >

May 1st, 2003

Nicholas G. Bircher, an associate professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine, has been elected president of the University Senate for 2003-2004. Succeeding Bircher as the Senate’s vice president will be Irene Hanson Frieze, a professor of psychology, business administration and women’s studies. Josephine E. Olson, a professor of business administration and economics, has been […]

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Senate committee members elected >

May 1st, 2003

The following faculty members have been elected to three-year terms on standing committees of the University Senate: Admissions and student aid Dennis Looney, Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS); Patrick Smolinski, engineering, and Carol S. Stilley, nursing. Anti-discriminatory policies Anthony C. Infanti, law; Ethan P. Pullman, University Library System (ULS), and Mark A. Von Stein, […]

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SEIU spurns latest Pitt offer >

May 1st, 2003

Pitt upped its salary offer to the Pittsburgh campus service workers but a union official called Pitt’s latest proposal “unacceptable.” The 350 service employees, which include cleaners, maintenance workers, grounds-keepers and pool operators, are members of Division 29 of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), AFL-CIO. The SEIU workers have been negotiating with Pitt since […]

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Pitt, Filmmakers plan Russian film symposium >

May 1st, 2003

Pitt and Pittsburgh Filmmakers will present the Russian film symposium, “Arrogance and Envy: Anti-American Cinema Under Communism and After,” May 5-10. The symposium will feature screenings, discussions, commentaries and research papers. Events will take place on the Pitt campus and at the Filmmakers’ 477 Melwood Ave. location in North Oakland. “Arrogance and Envy” will examine […]

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