Spring break eliminated, two self-care days added and staff holiday moved to May 7.
Provost says announcement coming soon on compressed schedule in new year.
Students in Pittsburgh account for 18 new cases and 33 who remain in isolation.
Almost all symptomatic students who test positive are undergraduates and live off campus, medical office says.
Preliminary enrollment figures show Oakland campus stays level, but regionals down slightly.
Right now, Pitt has weathered the worst but will still end up in the red.
Taliani and his team were busy dealing with off-campus tech issues when building’s AC was shut down.
Davitt says Pitt’s policies on the issue “are not at all at an industry standard.”
Dates in October are being finalized and the panel is set to release a draft report by January.
The University will contribute up to $6 million for the project, which includes renovations.
U.S. News lists University at 19th; WSJ/THE study says Pitt best public school in Northeast.
Members of Pitt community share their experiences as celebration month kicks off.
The United Steelworks used light show around Pittsburgh to promote Biden ticket.
Bonneau determined to use this moment to move proposal through shared governance.
Staff Council quizzes HR about workload after early retirements, criteria for jobs moving in-person.
Nearly 70 percent of undergrads said they’d attend in-person classes if they were available.
Wear your Pitt gear and get a spot at Heinz Field, Fitzgerald and Petersen Sports Complex.
The decennial review of degree-granting institutions will take about two years to complete.
UPMC members can get free shots at Giant Eagle or Rite Aid pharmacies.
Also in This Issue:
Lecture spotlight: ‘America’s Racial Pandemic’; ‘Deadly Metaphors’; ‘Dictator Novel’; ‘Friends of Japan’