Move in could start as early as Aug. 11; some concerned that shelter-in-place rules won’t work.
All options are still on the table for fall semester, Gallagher says in University-wide email.
Two Residence Inns and Wyndham will operate the same as on-campus housing.
Gallagher wants to increase efficiencies with 3.7 percent permanent cut, and cover COVID costs with one-time 5 percent reduction.
Anantha Shekhar has lots of ideas on the future of medicine and Pitt's place in it, as well as the big issues of 2020.
Pitt, along with several other universities, cities and states had joined Harvard and MIT in opposing visa restrictions if classes completely online.
PittEd Justice Collective, School of Medicine’s Rapid Response team just two of many new initiatives.
Staff will get Nov. 30, the Monday after Thanksgiving, off instead
New federal rules would put visa status at risk if all classes are moved online.
Helou co-hosted personal online grad ceremony that included congratulations from faculty’s kids.
Documents keep coming, even at home, to deal with University’s real estate, taxes and more.
Bonneau outlines options for those who choose not to come to campus.
Hillman renovations on hold for now, but third floor is ready for reopening.
Professors anxious about providing a classroom experience if they or students aren’t in the class.
Many are concerned that others will be put at risk if the instructor is working remotely.
Pitt is releasing new count each Friday among faculty, staff and students who have been on campus in past 14 days.
Those approved to return to campus can use lots, but must pay fee through ParkMobile App.
Full-time faculty rate tenure policies as a continuing concern on job satisfaction assessment.
Carissa Schively Slotterback will take over her new role on Oct. 1.
Events for students will still take place, but the Pitt Band won’t be visiting this summer.
David DeJong will continuing as acting senior vice chancellor for Business and Operations, in addition to HR role.