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Volume 35 Issue 18

SAC members announced >

May 15th, 2003

The Staff Association Council (SAC) announced its new and re-nominated members at yesterday’s SAC meeting. New and re-nominated members begin serving two-year terms July 1. 2003 SAC new members: Marissa Arlet, Research Conduct and Compliance Office; Matthew Bundick, psychology; Patrick Connolly, Computer Services and Systems Development; Joan Cutone, education; Debbie Evansky, nursing; Janice Harrold, nursing; […]

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University Press book wins award >

May 15th, 2003

A University of Pittsburgh Press-published book has received the 2003 Bryce Wood Book Award from Pitt’s Latin American Studies Association. “Empowering Women: Land and Property Rights in Latin America,” by Carmen Diana Deere and Magdalena Leon, was named Bryce Wood winner last month. The book is a volume in the Pitt Latin American Series and […]

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Pitt, PSC plan workshop >

May 15th, 2003

Pitt and the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center will host a workshop on biological ion channels — the pathways chemicals travel in cells for functions ranging from regulating heartbeat to a body’s reaction to anesthesia. The May 21-23 workshop will be held in Mellon Institute. It will feature 18 internationally renowned experts who will discuss experimental and […]

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Honor society chapter established at UPG >

May 15th, 2003

Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest all-discipline honors society, recently established a chapter at Pitt’s Greensburg campus and inducted 85 graduates, faculty, staff and students at a combination installation and initiation ceremony on campus. Before approving the new chapter, Phi Kappa Phi officials did a three-year review of Pitt-Greensburg’s curriculum, faculty, students and facilities, including […]

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UPB signs articulation pact >

May 15th, 2003

Pitt-Bradford and Olean (N.Y.) Business Institute have signed transfer articulation agreements that will enable OBI students with associate degrees in applied science in business administration / accounting or business administration/management admission to Pitt-Bradford’s bachelor of science in business management program. OBI graduates who meet the requirements will enter Pitt-Bradford as juniors in the business management […]

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End-of-life care program to debut at Canterbury >

May 15th, 2003

Family Hospice and Palliative Care and Canterbury Place, a senior living community that is part of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, are joining forces to improve end-of-life care with a new program called Comfort Care. Comfort Care will be delivered by a combined team of trained individuals with an expertise in a holistic approach […]

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