Dietrich School and others embracing flexible work, while other units are still mulling their plans.
The Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board said it would send about 3,000 eligible voters an official ballot on Aug. 27.
Tuition, capital spending and salaries up, despite 1 percent across-the-board cut.
First-year students are expected to exceed goal number set by the University.
Coldren and Doty want to continue to make staff a strong part of shared governance.
Epstein and Silverman have seen research evolve through the digital transformation.
Kear and Kanthak plan to continue offering meetings virtually as well as in person.
Collaboration flourished in the oddly shaped structure, which faces demolition next month.
The focus of the four-day virtual event is on ‘Dismantling Oppressive Systems.”
The University has accrued a deficit of $2.5 million annually for the past five years.
Preservationists raise concerns about O’Hara Student Center and Gardner Steel building.
Board of Trustees committee also gives go-ahead to second phase of Scaife Hall work.
She comes to Pitt from Salem State University and previously Saint Peter’s.