Hearing examiner says Pitt engaged in unfair practices during voting earlier this year.
The former executive vice provost has been in the job since July and already has plenty of ideas.
Members pepper administration officials with questions, plan to continue discussion next month.
CSSD says 80 faculty using the new classroom software in 119 courses.
Swanson School’s Organizational Innovation Lab helps local cohort tap into MIT-created Theory U.
Members fear formalizing guidelines will mean higher tuition for some grad students.
Connelly links increase in Title IX complaints to more awareness about the reporting process.
Registration open now for fall schedule of classes; University also earns diversity award.
Senate committee told that upper section will close for work sometime this winter.
New director Mitchell had a vision to represent “the whole jazz spectrum.”
Music on the Edge plans tribute to conductor and composer Roger Zahab
Faculty are made aware and given instructions when using these sites.
Founding director, in parting lecture, credits Nordenberg for taking a risk on Pitt’s Center on Race & Social Problems.
Senate committee hears report on Homewood and Hill District facilities.
Underrepresented populations, like Hispanics or veterans, can gain power in numbers through networking.
Budget, international issues and ad hoc committees kept administration busy.
Winning research addresses rapid HIV testing, dry eye disease, self-regenerating heart valve
Provost participates in panel highlight work done in Pittsburgh; University signs Cool Food Pledge
The quarterly gathering is open to the public and available to livestream.
Penguins players help bring in stylish new table open for all.
Pitt's American Experience Distinguished Lecture to host Ridge, Rendell on Oct. 1 at Carnegie Music Hall.
The herd will be on campus for about four weeks.