The former executive vice provost has been in the job since July and already has plenty of ideas.
Lecturer in intelligence studies came to Pitt after 12 years of government service.
Open house planned for Sept. 24 to promote networking for faculty and staff.
Master’s degree candidates take up residence in new Murdoch Building.
Artist Virgil Cantini’s work can be seen in at least 18 pieces around Oakland.
New association hopes to improve life for this group caught between student and staff classifications.
The exhibit, on view through Oct. 11, is the University Art Gallery’s first all-video show.
DeJong, Murrell and new CIO were the highest-profile changes over the past few months.
Several schools add majors, certificates and online offerings.
Members once again voice concerns over ongoing search for Arthur Levine’s replacement.
Organizers hope to show how local activism can influence global governance.
The research program wants to enroll 1 million people to create a database to study different diseases.
Free shots available on all of Pitt’s campuses for faculty and staff.
All invited to Sept. 14 event and the other activities planned through Oct. 15.
Oakland campus also ranks in top 385 colleges in annual Princeton Review survey of students.
Pitt Athletics Hall of Fame class will be recognized during the Central Florida match-up.
Six events throughout the school year will focus on ‘The Art of Writing.’
Staff Council, Community and Government Relations and Pitt Police will be helping collect contributions.
The ancient Japanese performance form uses masks, music, dance and more.
The grants of up to $10,000 helping transform science education.
This year, individuals and groups can select the project they want to work on.