Director of new center Jennifer Murtazashvili stresses fieldwork opportunities on governance issues; opponents want more transparency.
“One of the reasons many of us chose a career in academia is because of the freedom to pursue lines of inquiry of interest to us and to do so free from constraint from others.”
The challenges that come wrapped up with controversial donations.
Eberly lot closing Nov. 18; “stacking” possible at Soldiers & Sailors garage when O’Hara closes.
Pittsburgh and Pitt will mark one year from the shooting tragedy this weekend.
Internal study places Pitt in the middle of AAU public colleges for percent of white professors.
One year in, she credits Dean Valerie Kinloch with having the foresight to create her position.
AAU Campus Climate Survey shows Pitt still has a long way to go; Gallagher announces community-based strategy.
Hundreds gathered inside and outside the Cathedral of Learning for festivities.
The Romero collection celebration a scary good time for all who attended.
The three women are now fighting to get these supplies in all public colleges and middle and high schools in state.
After one year, CEC has served 4,500 people and held 667 events.
Students pushing for quicker action on socially responsible investing; chancellor says careful analysis is needed.
Ideas from stage can improve students’ ability to think on the fly, professor says.
Committee told that current system has problems handling distributions for retirees who work part-time at Pitt.
Chancellor Gallagher will give a new University Update to alumni on Oct. 25.
The event on Oct. 28 is sponsored by the Mental Wellness Task Force.
Hundreds took to the streets to clean, weed, do maintenance and much more.
Museum Studies students curated the works by Doctor Clapp; ‘Aluminum Stories’ features city’s other metal
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