As students leave campus, 52 remain in isolation
Regular COVID-19 updates will continue, except through two-week winter break.
At-home COVID-19 tests available to all students
Williams warns that a negative test does not eliminate the need for quarantine.
Building access will be limited from Dec. 12 to Jan. 10
Libraries will be closed, but staff will still be available until Dec. 20.
Geovette Washington volunteering on Biden transition team
Pitt’s chief legal officer will lead review of Commerce department, where she once worked.
Election shows ‘racially hostile politics’ still have power, panelists say
“What Just Happened?” discussion looks at how racial justice influenced 2020 presidential contest.
Year of Engagement funding opportunities still available
First projects selected; proposals should emphasize partnership and be sustainable over time.
National search kicks off for Honors College dean
Forum participants say communication and community-building skills are needed.
Staff heroes: Coordinating grad program and juggling home schooling
Shannon Granahan is thankful for supportive coworkers and supervisors.
Thinking about claiming home office expenses on your taxes? Think again
Workers comp rules still apply at home, but can be trickier to prove or disprove.
Libraries ‘still here’ even at Elevated posture, committee told
Faculty Affairs also discusses academic integrity during the exam process.
Pitt’s buildings stack up as ‘old, large and dense’ against peers
DeJong says the University has been behind in investing in buildings, but it’s making up ground.
Privacy issues dominate computer committee discussion
Deputy CIO also reports sign-on limit to Pitt system has been extended to 12 hours.
First-ever Winter Session offered to all Pitt students
Classes will be offered online through Greensburg campus during longer than usual break.
Staff survey looks at how Pitt employees are coping during pandemic
Business professor who ran study says we need to realize everyone’s situation is different.
Resilience, which we all need now, can be learned
Faculty & Staff Development Program offers tips for tapping into your strengths.
Former professor’s Apple memorabilia up for auction
The computer lid signed by Jobs and Wozniak could fetch $20,000.