Letter says faculty want more control of classroom decisions
The issues pertain to recordings and other pedagogical practices used during the pandemic.
Seed grant program evolving, growing with new Plan for Pitt
The University seeks ideas that will have institutional impact; competition opens in January.
New registrar knew his predecessor left things in good order
Helm says his experience at UVA, Baylor and more fit with his new role at Pitt.
Busy Faculty Assembly addresses policies, vaccines, union and more
Kear reminds everyone that deadline to comply with vaccine mandate is Dec. 6.
Committee hopes to have new pharmacy dean by April
Stakeholders invited to town halls to discuss what the future of the school should be.
New to Pitt: Law school position a return home for Kotuby
Faculty member got two degrees here and played on varsity soccer team in ‘90s.
Employees will get 3 extra paid days off at winter break
This is the second year Pitt has extended the holiday to thank everyone for their hard work.
UPMC plans 636 beds at new 288-foot bed tower on Fifth Avenue
Project manager says clinical capacity won’t change; all rooms will be single occupancy.
Oakland Crossings zoning change meeting contentious
Developer says dynamic changes needed in neighborhood; residents worry about affordable housing.