Bonner reminds students that failing to abide by health rules could lead to campus ban or suspension.
Bonner says “more than a handful” of students facing interim sanctions for alleged health violations.
These aren’t easy questions for Pitt’s administration, which continues to emphasize flexibility.
Mechanisms to report noncompliance exist, as well as sanctions under Student Code of Conduct.
Printing service, Auxiliary Business Administration, and staff and student volunteers get the job done.
Several of those departing have been at the University more than 40 years.
Town hall gives staff updates on sick time, PTO accrual, free Healthy Rides and more.
Pickett, who joined Pitt in July, says University has taken early steps toward becoming anti-racist.
Keynote speaker Ibram Kendi says people must be actively anti-racist to make progress.
Being non-racist not enough if it’s not accompanied by work toward equality and justice.
Changes must come from the bottom up, and be guided by community input.
Performance, visual and written works address social justice and identity creatively.
Honors College staff member says people opened up more in virtual spaces.
Nearly 1,000 faculty active in Canvas, committee told; next transition is from Box to OneDrive.
Building Safety Concierges needed to monitor entrances and remind people of guidelines.
A total of 51 people had tested positive from June 26 to Aug. 7; Pitt plans to continue reporting numbers.
The less-invasive nasal swab tests will continue with each group of 1,500 returning to campus.
Some language still causing concerns; Rutenbar and others to discuss with Faculty Affairs committee.
Team from SHRS, CMU, community and game makers using Innovation Challenge grant to further work.
Norman Wang’s paper in JAHA argued against affirmative action in medicine.
Interim policy will provide live hearings, but opposing parties will not be in the room together.