Human Resources is moving toward new job classifications and performance evaluations by 2020-21.
The programs can benefit both employees and Pitt with better morale and more loyal staff.
Rutenbar has realigned the office, added senior leaders and a new focus on humanities.
The tiered rates will range from $53 off-campus to $106 for indoor garages.
Work will begin in May, with the parking structure set to go first; project will take nearly a year.
There are still spots open between the Cathedral and Heinz Chapel.
Ewart’s work at center of Year of Creativity event that will open Pitt Sports Dome to the community.
All four state-related universities asking for increase from state; Wolf proposed flat funding.
Pitt poet Russell to share her methods of finding her ancestor’s voice at creativity event.
Tenure committee members say proposed rules threaten academic freedom.
Internal awards handed out included Momentum Funds, Forge Your Own Path grants.
The Indiana U. doctor will replace Arthur Levine as head of Health Sciences when he starts in June.
Progress toward the goal will be shared via a newly created online “sustainability dashboard.”
University says they wanted to focus on “honoring donors and celebrating giving at every level” not just the total contributions.
Distinguished Public Service, Research and Teaching prizes come with grants.
University recognizes five Partnerships of Distinction and three other awards.
Bus lane stop at Halket Street relocated and sidewalk closed through that area.
Provost will announce search to replace head of graduate studies this summer.