Senate committee is collecting information to help make spring semester better.
Sastry says any move away from direct funding to voucher system would hurt in-state students.
Committee co-chair Wildermuth says changes will help people navigate what they do.
The reviews are shorter and include a diversity and inclusion standard.
Former assistant U.S. attorney is the first director of Enterprise Risk Management.
Kear moves ahead to form ad hoc committee on dependent care issues.
Annual reports detail incidents on and near Pitt property, including fires.
How to get alerts and where to turn in emergencies also part of possible update.
The ambitious Walnut Capital plan for “South O” getting pushback from neighborhood groups.
Faculty voting continues in separate union effort; ballots due to Harrisburg by Oct. 12.
The analysis was done after a professor raised questions in Benefits committee.
Famed orthopaedic surgeon called “a mentor, a leader and above all a good man.”
Virtual kickoff planned for Oct. 13; those who make a pledge entered in raffle.
The temporary resource has accrued 18,175 hours since its creation last year.
Nordenberg and Jones Day official co-chair event that organizers hope will become annual.
Committee also discusses continuing work on a new computer access and use policy
The seven-date season, previously hosted by Robert Morris, begins Oct. 27 with John Bolton.
Bagels and buns also on the menu at Oakland’s newest restaurants.
The three-day event has panel discussions, workshops, live music, salsa dancing and more.
Kenyon Bonner: “This is a blue, gold and Black moment. This is welcome home.”