Community job called to Diane Neely Bates: “I was on board before I ever heard about my salary.”
Notable departures include Wesley Rohrer, Alberta Sbragia and Tracy Soska.
Brown bag seminars, yoga on the lawn, therapy dogs and elections upcoming.
Levine and Gallagher lead list of University officers with top salaries for 2017-18.
German department’s Sabine von Dirke likes to challenge herself and her students.
Mental health, racial and social justice, LGBTQ+ issues and more all up for discussion.
ULS digitized the publication going back to the first issue in December 1968.
Pitt community invited to share opinions on the dual role with dean of the School of Medicine.
Dean of Students Bonner says funds needed to expand mental health programs and support organizations.
The plant-eating animals will be back to tackle more overgrowth on the Pittsburgh campus.
Pitt’s HERL director honored with inventor trading card from U.S. Patent Office.
Night of art and activism at William Pitt Union to open “Birthing a Movement” on June 8.
Wilson likely to face opposition for city council seat in fall; Bennett currently is unopposed for county council.
Dozens come to pop-up Commuter Café at Schenley Plaza for information, treats.
The Human Resources group targets veterans and people with disabilities for Pitt jobs.