The package, paid entirely by Pitt, includes $1 million base, deferred retention payments and an annual bonus.
Supowitz expects the full budget to pass through Senate and governor quickly.
DeJong still pushing for 100 percent compliance on performance reviews.
Faculty Assembly told about Plan for Pitt delay, positive student retention numbers and new Office of Compliance Investigation.
Abrupt move-out, refund calculations and planning for fall keep Karen Barrick pretty busy.
Regulations published May 6 will have force of law; cross-examination of alleged victim and perpetrator raises concerns.
Rotating teams handle telephone triage and in-person exams and surgeries.
As he prepares to leave Pitt, the vice provost looks back on successes and challenges.
DeJong will fill in for Greg Scott in addition to his work with Human Resources.
Penguins, Pirates and Steelers added $100,000 each to help against COVID-19.
Bonneau tells Faculty Affairs committee that three-tiered plan is in the works.
Lyke, Narduzzi and other coaches appear in Facebook Live event that also introduces 2020 Hall of Fame class.
Tulane Public Health dean first speaker in Center for Race and Social Problems CRSPCast series.
Internal search underway to replace Kirsch with Faculty Affairs and Faculty Development and Diversity jobs.
Two presentations offer tips for parents about schedules, workspaces and more.
Center for Creativity contest entrants fashioned responses to public health crisis.
Users can manipulate the Hillman and Cathedral cameras for a 180-degree view.
Police say murder-suicide not linked to his work at the University.