Human Resources announces several other changes to adapt to the pandemic.
Input sought from faculty, staff and students about personal experiences during the pandemic.
Public Health professor and post-doc encourage creativity to help bring people together.
Senate president encourages faculty to let students know, “I am here for you.”
Schools adjust with online simulations, telemedicine rotations and rearranged classes.
Professor from Turkey will continue her work as a feminist political theorist.
CARES Act brings some flexibility to retirement accounts for loans and distributions, committee told.
Donations will go toward vaccine and other research, along with students in need.
Faculty still encouraged to make the migration to Canvas.
Universities “learn and teach about communities, while coming together to create new ones,” provost says.
Each class will show beginner, intermediate and advanced moves simultaneously
The promise of a stipend for 173 employees comes after concerns raised by Faculty Assembly.
Title IX office, PAAR webinar provides tips for faculty and staff to help survivors.
Test cancellations that started in April made the pilot program necessary.
Calls are down, but officers are helping out more around Oakland’s hospitals.
Parking permits, office visits, Kennywood Day, graduation celebration and more.
The new website provides links to a wide variety of online offerings, from lectures to meditation to art.
Wexford Science building on Forbes may be moving forward after Oakland group drops opposition.