Faculty will meet Dec. 12 to form union’s Council of Representatives
The 77-member group is designed to represent all ranks in all schools and campus.
Pitt sticks with Dec. 6 vaccine deadline, despite delay in federal mandate
University will work with faculty, staff and students in December to get them in compliance.
Shared parking permits to debut in next few months
Transportation office working on putting ParkMobile lots behind firewall and more electric vehicle spots.
SGB president implores Pitt leaders to take safety concerns seriously
Gallagher and others vow to work with Ramanan to address recent incidents.
Christmas Day at Pitt returning after missing last year
Volunteers are needed to serve meals, distribute gifts and more at the annual event.
Pitt receives $100 million grant to develop biomanufacturing facility
This and other projects are helping turn Pittsburgh into a biotech hub.
Staff Council says 4,400 Pitt staff have flexible work agreements
The group plans to stay neutral on any employee unionization efforts.
Proposed rec center will be ‘coolest and healthiest place on campus’
Students helped guide design concepts for project slated to open in 2024.
New Center for Creativity space coming to the Cathedral
The area in the basement will be centered on, but not restricted to, performance.
Grant and forum target caregiving issues of STEM researchers
Pitt will receive $550,000 to help early-career biomedical scientists impacted by COVID.
Pitt in the Making: Panther football player sparked hog-calling contest
Pittsburghers came out to challenge Paul ‘Rip’ Collins in 1931 after he boasted of his skills.
Data feminism takes aim at algorithms that discriminate
MIT professor gives talk as part of the Year of Data and Society.
Year of Data and Society projects announced
Deadline to apply for the next round of funding is Dec. 1.
Pitt hoping to offer bike classes in spring 2022
Four staff members are now trained instructors in city cycling.
Ga. secretary of state reiterates, ‘We stood on the facts, we stood on the truth’
Raffensperger discusses 2020 election as part of Pitt Cyber’s ‘Protecting Democracy’ series.
Climate Action Plan not ready yet, but sustainability efforts continue
Pitt named Organization of Year by BikePGH as Healthy Ride numbers going up.
Dietrich School looking into the depths of ‘nothingness’
The latest in the Science Revealed lecture series will explore physics and philosophy.
Pitt athletic trainer donating kidney to colleague’s son
Family raising money through Children’s Organ Transplant Association.
Here’s the Plan (for Pitt): Our Programs
What approach do we take to achieve excellence in our academic, research and service programs?
Former Pitt instructor wins Kirkus Prize for memoir
Broome’s ‘Punch Me Up to the Gods’ was one of 454 books eligible for the award.