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Volume 35 Issue 18

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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Senate Council debates staff salary hike policy >

May 15th, 2003

In years when Pitt can afford cost-of-living raises, should staff members whose supervisors rate their job performances as “satisfactory,” or better, automatically get such raises? Or, should exceptions to that guideline be made (and salary increases denied) for staff who have reached the top of the pay scales for their job classifications? Those conflicting approaches […]

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