University travel policy going back to pre-pandemic rules
Gallagher outlines for Senate Council likely scenario on finding new chancellor.
The Year of Emotional Well-Being coming for 2022-23
The provost’s initiative will look at “qualities that make for a good life.”
Provost Cudd among finalists for Wisconsin chancellor
She will appear at an open forum next week on the Madison campus; decision expected in May.
Medical premiums going up slightly, but plans will remain the same
Three new supplemental coverages available and life insurance offerings expanded.
Union bargaining committee to focus on non-economic issues first
Faculty-administration negotiation sessions to continue through spring and summer
Pitt in the making: 1948 tales went from bizarre to adorable
A fake cancer clinic, a déjà vu fire and newborn puppies made for an interesting year.
Community Relations committee shares updates on student civic engagement
Clutter for a Cause expands into summer; interactive map highlights Oakland projects.
Faculty Affairs OKs outline linking community-engaged scholarship to promotion, tenure
Committee-formulated memo goes to Council of Deans, then Faculty Assembly.
New TIAA fund will focus on retirement target year
Pitt’s Wellness for Life program still available, committee hears.
Friend of Public Safety award honors late custodian
Dorsey Wheeler, the first to receive the recognition, remembered for sunny disposition.
Proposed research concierge would help faculty navigate process
Committee also discusses new institutional conflict of interest policy being developed.
Middle States accreditation should be completed in June
The evaluation team visited Pitt in April and will present a draft report soon.
Keisha Blain one of 28 awarded 2022 Carnegie Fellowship
The honor comes with $200,000 stipends to give fellows time to do significant research.
Marathon adds challenges to commencement weekend logistics
Visitors should plan routes, parking based on road closures, towing enforcement.