Staff Council hears complaints about uneven COVID absence policies
New HR head Gallaher says key vacancy in the office delayed job postings.
Sharrard says Pitt on track to meet greenhouse gas goals
Renewable energy consumption has been increasing and more projects on the way.
Committee says Pitt applications should offer more gender choices
Members also hear plea for faculty to be more flexible when students get COVID-19.
Panel discusses rise of vigilantism among white supremacists
Self-defense arguments in recent cases often are shaped by racial stereotypes.
Pitt in the making: Some of University’s Black history has gotten lost over time
Courier reported 1936 incident where band members left restaurant that wouldn’t serve everyone.
Celebrate ‘The Blue, Gold and Black Experience’ in February
Events calendar for Black History Month beginning to take shape.
LGBTQ elders writing program hopes to keep their history alive
The second cohort is open to anyone 50 and over at Pitt or the surrounding community.
Report on fetal tissue research process finds Pitt in compliance
The independent review did make recommendations for some administrative changes.
Oakland development: Gainey plans forum on Oakland Crossing
Improving access from Hazelwood to Oakland getting new look by PennDOT.
CMU administrator nominated as Pitt’s new chief investment officer
Jeffer Choudhry must be approved by the Board of Trustees at its February meeting.
ESSAY: American Apartheid: From diagnosis to treatment and prevention
A new series will look at issues in Pittsburgh of racial inequities and injustice.
Undergrad public health degree to launch this fall
Demand has been high with more than 800 applicants so far.
Ellerbee will lead new University Educational Outreach Center
The program is aimed at building opportunities for all students to enroll in college.