Public has until Feb. 23 to comment; Fossil Free Pitt Coalition vows to fight on.
The other half will be used to offset costs related to the pandemic, Gallagher says.
The funding proposed for Pitt is $151.5 million in general funds and $3.3 million for rural education outreach.
Staff are still encouraged to take time off, even if they can't travel.
We’re looking for short stories on ways you’ve adapted and helped or been helped in the past year.
Several projects, including rec center, “back in full blown planning mode,” DeJong says.
Machi found efficiencies in dealing with student records for Dietrich School undergrads.
Computer committee also hears details of program to beam free Wi-Fi from the Cathedral roof.
Faculty and staff campaigns are still awaiting decisions from the PLRB.
Mathay, who will retire this year, says the office has made more than 7,000 grading changes than normal.
Nordenberg will give extra $5,000 if more than 2,000 faculty and staff members donate.
National speakers and Pitt experts will address some of today’s crucial issues.
The 15 recipients will receive $2,000 cash prizes and $3,000 grants to further their work
Proposed Gift Acceptance and Naming Policy raises some questions, sent back for revisions.
Provost’s office started national search to fill the post permanently in November.
“It’s our responsibility to turn those pages and dig as deeply as possible,” Chief Loftus says.
Teaching Center workshop addresses two key issues at the University.