Administration hopes faculty participation in COACHE survey increases
The Harvard-based study on satisfaction in several areas was completed by 45 percent at Pitt in 2016.
Second Swanson Center for Product Innovation aims to help faculty and businesses
The team can help bring ideas to life with prototypes and light manufacturing.
Regional Faculty Symposium offers interactive sessions for exchange of ideas
Pitt is host for the second annual event that will bring in people from all over the Mid-Atlantic.
Computer committee airs concerns about transition to Canvas
Spring questions how long it will take to install new and transition existing courses in Canvas.
Finalized Campus Master Plan adds a few more details
Parking will continue to be an issue for many years as lots are lost and commuting is encouraged.
Senate Council warned that 2019 could be a tough state budget year
Members also heard about new committee looking at Pitt’s extreme weather policies.
Chancellor joins chorus of officials voicing concern over proposed Title IX changes
More than 100,000 responded to federal Education Department during public comment period that ended Jan. 31.
Life Solutions can help supervisors get help for employees
Bosses can consult on worker issues or learn ways to refer people for counseling.
Mentoring summit a chance to share what does and doesn’t work
Theme for second annual gathering is “Diversity and Excellence in Mentoring and Advising.”
Career workshop encourages female employees to ‘know your worth’
The gathering sponsored by the Women’s Affinity Group gave tips on salary negotiations, appraisals and more.
Delve deep into ‘Music & Erotics’ with presentations and performances
The conference seeks conversation on “a topic that is always present in our research but rarely addressed head-on.”
University Gallery exhibit looks at African diaspora from another perspective
Documents show slaves in India were given a chance at social mobility,
‘Icy Lights’ will bring street curling to Oakland
The first of its kind event takes place March 1 on Oakland Avenue.