Committees looking at every aspect from academics to research to employee resources.
Penguins, Pirates and Steelers added $100,000 each to help against COVID-19.
Police say murder-suicide not linked to his work at the University.
DeJong will fill in for Greg Scott in addition to his work with Human Resources.
Regulations published May 6 will have force of law; cross-examination of alleged victim and perpetrator raises concerns.
Each will receive $500 to $1,000; money should start showing up in PittPay this week.
She’s brought her resources to classrooms and the community and now online.
Athletics, University Counsel report highest staff pay; Dietrich School dean’s office, Katz top for faculty.
David Marshall and Carla Nappi hope to create a space to support scholarly engagement.
The original $200,000 to distribute quickly grew to $900,000 and will fund 17 studies.
Hemolung could help keep patients off ventilators; reusable metal filter fights mask shortage.
Multi-purpose outdoor court, climbing wall and Wellness Suite all being discussed.
Committee chair Costello says goal of having someone by the fall may not be possible now.
O’Hara Garage demolition and Petersen Sports Complex addition on hold.
Projects include IT help desk, care and connection calls, and working with community organizations.
The company will take over from Sodexo at the beginning of July on the Oakland campus.
Staff providing materials to faculty, staff and other libraries, and hosting virtual workshops.
Sharrard leads Earth Day discussion about how we can more efficient in our new normal.
New interim director named and other staff positions filled.
The WSJ/Times Higher Education list puts University at 25th among all public schools.
Gallagher and eight senior vice chancellors will give a portion of their salaries.
The short sessions cover a variety of topics and are open to all; registration required.
Plans remain the same, but rates going up 3.4 percent.