More than 300 students remain on campus; commencement plans being discussed.
The University is learning about distance education and how to meet students’ needs.
The Pitt Pandemic Service Initiative will provide a list of opportunities.
Work-at-home trial run on March 10 allowed administrators to quickly adjust to new reality.
Artists get creative; chemistry experiments and musical ensembles on hold.
Staff working to meet faculty’s technical needs and create collaborations.
High-touch areas get special attention; extra work done to get dorms ready for students still on campus.
Summer updates moved up; extra capacity and new technology added.
Soldier-students were hard hit, and quarantined rules were loosely enforced.
Work can focus on basic science, clinical science, epidemiology, health services or psychosocial.
Donations will go toward vaccine and other research, along with students in need.
Donated equipment, funds for food providers and Pitt hand sanitizer.
Input sought from faculty, staff and students about personal experiences during the pandemic.
Members want to know if University can pressure contractor to pay its workers.
Each class will show beginner, intermediate and advanced moves simultaneously
Collaborative online project includes virtual workshops, podcast, open mic and more.
Virtual Town Hall today one of many upcoming meetings and lectures.
Some not so serious tips for holding virtual office meetings.
Provost says those in probationary period can request one-year temporary pause.
DeJong says the priority is for all employees to have “plenty to do.”
Replacements also being sought for two vice provost positions.
Salcido hopes ‘An Unquiet Mind’ helps prompt conversations about mental health.
Bigelow Boulevard had been on track before shutdown to finish before the fall semester.
Online entertainment includes theater, music, movies and museums.