Report from Institutional Research shows roughly 1% increase and redistribution of some jobs.
Information session with Nathan Urban answers questions, but angers some attendees.
A&S dean says talks are ongoing with provost’s office to integrate the arts into Pitt’s future.
History of Art and Architecture lecturer uses building project to observe how students work.
Full-time faculty can vote on top spots and Faculty Assembly through April 18.
New School of Computing and Information will add 200 freshman, bringing goal to 4,205 freshmen.
Pitt Honors College panel on Apollo 11 and its enduring impact includes 2 who walked in space, curator and historian.
Senate Plenary hosted as protests sparked by Rosfeld verdict take place outside.
University's own sustainability awards will be announced later this month.
The event also served as a tribute to former dean and professor ‘Moe’ Coleman who died earlier this year.
Six projects from across the University honored as first Partnerships of Distinction.
Poets & Quants ranking puts CBA ahead of several elite colleges
Former hospice counselor’s talk will focus on practicing self-care through self-awareness.
Catherine Koverola, from African Leadership University, will assume office on June 1.
Robert Clift used archive material from his father and famous uncle to create portrait of actor.
Pitt+Me was started 10 years ago to provide participants for research studies.
No date has been set yet for demolition to begin; asbestos being removed now.
The rest of the panel will be chosen by Student Government Board, Staff Council and Chancellor Patrick Gallagher
City official tells Post-Gazette that Oakland project creating mid-block crosswalk and more could start this fall.
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