Faculty Senate president wants to make sure anyone new to Pitt understands shared governance
Chris Bonneau’s goals include promoting diversity and making sure all faculty are treated fairly and equitably.
Faculty and grad student unionization efforts continue to make waves on campus
Organizing groups question Pitt's hiring of law firm and dispute some statements on University website on faculty unionization.
Interest in diversity and inclusion workshops continues to grow as program enters third year
Program on religious issues added to new slate of classes that begin this month; sign-ups open now.
Jeanne Marie Laskas explores letters to Obama and his responses in new book
The president responded personally to 10 letters every day, says author and English Department faculty member.
Pittsburgh Contemporary Writers Series offers a diversity of voices
The 25th year of the program will feature seven authors from a variety of backgrounds.
Pitt helping to host Sustainability in Higher Education national conference
University to showcase its green efforts and learn best practices from other institutions.
Senate Council holds short, sweet first meeting of the fall semester
Chancellor Gallagher tells group that upcoming state budget cycle likely won't be as smooth as last year.
Katz school offering ‘micro-credential’ program in a variety of business-related topics
Courses are designed to help students learn skills in a focused manner and meet employers' reimbursement standards.
Day of Caring aiming for more than 300 faculty, staff volunteers
The annual event on Oct. 19 sends people out into Oakland and other communities to give back.
United Way at Pitt hopes for more participants and more funds
The campaign, which kicks off Oct. 3, sets $750,000 as its 2018 goal.
Harvard professor’s talk at Pitt to explore the genetic roots of parenting
Hopi Hoekstra is next speaker in the Health Sciences Laureate Lecture series.
Pitt's Japan Council gives out first Japan Documentary Film Award
The documentary by Kazuo Hara about asbestos litigation will be screened Sept. 27 at Frick Fine Arts auditorium.