Gallagher talks about raises, budgets, returning to campus and more in year-end interview.
The Department of Education says at least half must be spent on student aid.
Staff Council, budget committee resolutions seek more transparency and shared governance input.
Fencing going up around area that will one day house a new Recreation and Wellness Center.
Comments sought on draft framework; document will be presented to Board of Trustees in June.
The center is planning for a return to in-person sessions, but will keep some of the new tools.
Four vying for presidency to succeed Andy Stephany, who’s served since 2017.
The Data Science Task Force report from last year will serve as a foundation for ideas.
Committee also hears about new Research, Ethics and Society Initiative consulting service.
Plaintiffs had argued that online learning was “subpar” and student life was not as promised.
Employees have until May 28 to enroll; larger FSA rollovers to be allowed again.
The items collected will go to The Friendship Table and other food pantries in the area.
New awards for Startup, License and Small Business of the Year debuted at this year's ceremony.
The acquisition adds to Pitt’s collection of influential voices in Black performing arts and culture.