Faculty union stages protest over pace of talks; all sides grapple with what falls under mandatory bargaining.
Resolution passes highlighting Pitt’s academic freedom policy commitment.
After leading the University’s COVID response team for two years, he’s ready to get back to his own research.
It will replace Pitt’s Travel Card and P-card and should arrive later this month.
Threats via social media, political scrutiny and restrictive laws require constant diligence.
Angela Stewart says she was impressed with “diversity of expertise” here.
Policy office official says the new language clarifies but doesn’t make major changes.
The new space in Langley Hall grew out of programs for first-gen students but is open to all.
Concept of debt “forgiveness,” barriers created by sexism and misogyny questioned.
In wake of new legislation, Keiser shares latest approaches to disclosure, data, risk assessment.
Pitt plans work on four historic campus structures, including Heinz Chapel spire.
An open forum is planned for Nov. 10 to get input from faculty, staff and students.
CUPS committee hears plan for more focused, “one-stop” accountability.
The multi-year project could impact programs that run business, student systems and HR.
Pitt Human Rights Working Group sponsoring multiple events on Nov. 18 and 19.