Hearing examiner had previously ruled that University engaged in unfair labor practices.
Forbes Avenue building bears a striking resemblance to Pitt’s library.
Bonneau reports that Senate officers will now receive compensation.
University announces Center for Governance and Markets in GSPIA, which is funded by $4.2 million from the foundation.
Pitt hopes to become leader in horror studies, starting with the zombie master’s archives.
Faculty Affairs Committee votes unanimously to accept Provost Cudd’s proposed change.
Questions abound on how University decided on 1.5 percent cut this year.
Current Bellefield crosswalk project has long been championed by Staff Council.
First cohort of 21 joined by hundreds of other University supervisors at inaugural forum.
With second gathering, Pitt hopes to become a leader in using analytics in higher ed.
Engineering faculty member uses real-world examples, team building to engage students.
Awards will total up to $920,000 annually; largest grants will be $400,000 over two years.
Construction and planning projects will be numerous over the next several years.
‘Lest We Forget’ exhibit of Holocaust survivors timed to coincide with commemorations.
Chancellor Patrick Gallagher said he’s looking to provide “a clear pathway” for students to engage the board in the future.
The Office of Sustainability is encouraging staff, faculty to do a self-assessment of their area's efforts.
Allegheny Democratic state Reps. Dan Miller and Ed Gainey were inspired by a recent California law.
Innovation Showcase will lead off the annual event on Oct. 16.
Disability Resources and Services will now be a part of ODI.
Ceremony on Oct. 14 will mark the beginning of International Week.
The span across Junction Hollow will need to be rehabbed or reconstructed.
Expert to discuss “King of the Monsters” impact and image.