State Department official named Pitt’s chief financial officer
Hari Sastry will oversee all financial resources for the University in senior vice chancellor position.
New Pitt Engineering dean focuses on building bridges, improving community
Jimmy Martin says he came to Pitt because he thought he could make a difference.
Law dean plans to promote inclusivity as one of her top priorities
Wildermuth came to Pitt from University of Utah, and formerly served as law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Stevens.
School of Social Work’s reputation appealed to new dean
Farmer says her background in child welfare fits with Pitt's program.
Welcome to the new University Times
New features will join well-liked regular columns and some returning favorites.
Presentation on faculty union relates problems confronting adjuncts and contract workers
Low pay and lack of job security key issues, along with gender equity.
Provost tells new faculty orientation that she’s not sure unionization ‘makes sense’
Ann E. Cudd encourages crowd to do 'impactful research' and find time to mentor students.
New SHRS chair offers tips for protecting your voice at Pitt vs. Penn State game
The new chair of the Department of Communication Science and Disorders came to Pitt from Vanderbilt.
Innovation Institute ready for another big year, as new director takes helm
Evan Facher, who served as interim for a year, hopes to bring in more people and ideas.
‘Mayor of Oakland,’ long-time Pitt officer, retiring
On Sept. 15, Tony DiPaolo will say goodbye to the Pitt Police after 37 years on the job.
For Pitt Dining, sustainability is about a lot more than removing plastic straws
Reusable containers are the primary focus for limiting single-use disposables.
Research Committee updates Faculty Assembly on IP policy adjustments
Changes to Bayh-Dole Act required University to move quickly, but some object to the changes
Publishing Clearinghouse: Check here for new books, journals and more, along with book talks on campus
Hillman Library’s new fourth floor opens with more study space and focus on creation of knowledge
The next phase of construction on the third floor is set to begin in February 2019.
Be Fit Pitt program offering shorter classes, longer hours
Half-hour long classes are a better fit for many people.
Libraries practice collection protection for rare books
Carnegie Library theft case prompted Pitt facilities to evaluate their security
It’s been a summer of big changes at Pitt–Bradford
Six long-time faculty and staff members retiring after 230 years of combined service to UPB
ICYMI: During the past two months, Pitt made a few big announcements
5000 Baum Blvd. development, Titusville funding and Sharon Smith retiring.