Plan for Pitt delayed to incorporate specific strategies; upcoming forums will discuss recent events.
Provost and engineering dean don’t want to just restart on-campus operations, they want to make it better.
The package, paid entirely by Pitt, includes $1 million base, deferred retention payments and an annual bonus.
DeJong says employees will be given at least one week’s notice before their office reopens.
Supowitz expects the full budget to pass through Senate and governor quickly.
Meg Ringler works with EOC to keep University community informed about pandemic-related changes.
Neuroscience professor found students more organized and ready to present material.
Pitt is reaching out to those stuck in the U.S. and those facing problems getting back to campus.
Privacy issues will be one of the first areas Laurel Gift pursues as assistant vice chancellor.
The vice provost will leave at the end of June for a sabbatical and eventually back to teaching.
Senate committee also hears concerns about female academics' output during the pandemic.
University gets creative to replace annual picnic; events begin June 8.
Incidents of xenophobia and hate crimes make need for open dialogue even more important.
Sheehy tells committee about parking and transportation ideas being considered when campus life resumes.
Oral arguments canceled in grad student case because of pandemic; panel will make ruling.