Both campus union campaigns in limbo
Challenged votes could swing grad union vote; faculty organizers seek exact count on bargaining unit.
Levine’s impact on Pitt’s health sciences schools will linger long after he’s gone
The outgoing senior vice chancellor is ready to tackle his next professional challenge — preventing Alzheimer’s.
Board of Trustees committee approves three facility projects
Work will begin soon on Petersen Sports Complex addition, Posvar Hall renovation and Murdoch building interiors.
Teaching heroes: Engineering professor encourages designs for the real world
Samuel Dickerson’s innovative ideas have been recognized by the University.
Smith’s replacement named for Pitt–Greensburg presidency
Robert Gregerson most recently served as a dean at Florida Gulf Coast University.
Two new Senate Council officers elected; Bonneau to remain president
Faculty Assembly positions filled; new members will take their seats in July.
Scenes from a week of graduations
More than 6,000 students awarded degrees at graduate and undergraduate ceremonies last week.
Staff Council Spring Assembly will explore ‘Better Pitt, Better You’
Register now for the May 14 event that will look at leadership during crisis and communication skills.
Continuing faculty salaries show 3.5 percent increase
Annual Pitt report shows comparison by schools and other units for FY 2018 and FY 2019.
Year of Pitt Global celebration marks an end and a beginning
Pitt Global Hub and more activities will continue promoting the University’s place in the world.
Welcome to the Year Of … Creativity
The focused attention on one subject enters its sixth year and the first under Provost Cudd.
Joe Negri brought a new sound to Pitt
The 92-year-old guitarist, who started first jazz guitar major here, retiring from teaching after 49 years.
Partner selected for Pitt–Titusville ‘Hub,’ which will start in August 2020
Butler Community College will be part of the Education and Training Campus.
Two peregrine chicks survive from five eggs
Mother Hope ate two of her young and the fifth egg never hatched in Cathedral nest.
Center for Creativity wants you to love those PARK(ing) spaces
Information available now for annual event in September to take back cement lots.
Primack stepping down, headed to Arkansas
Search for Honors College dean begins; SVC and Pitt–Greensburg president searches continue.
Russian Film Symposium explores empire vs. nation-state
The event from May 6 to 11 includes 12 films and eight discussions.
Survey: Faculty want help finding partners on sustainability projects
Committee exploring portal to connect classroom work with community organizations.
Are those future students or our future bosses?
Take Your Child to Work Day brings hundreds to campus.