The filmmaker’s collection will be foundation for study of horror and science fiction.
List of eligible voters kept by Pitt election observers at heart of two days of testimony.
Two new programs offered this year target professors of color and women.
Outgoing Pitt–Greensburg president celebrated at two events on campus.
Persad instructor leads seminar on how to be sensitive and inclusive.
New walking trail one project of the Business and Operations teams.
Fall break for students to include two more days at the beginning of Thanksgiving week.
Cindy Tananis and Robin Kear have both participated in shared governance for several years.
Gallagher reports that several newly formed committees are hard at work.
Staff Assembly focuses on overcoming traumatic events, both personal and global.
Ballard Spahr was paid $240,000 for work on union and other issues.
Cathedral classrooms, Hillman’s third floor and Lawrence Hall computer lab among sites getting updates.
Most schools use the graduate exam, but many say it’s among the lowest factors in admissions.
Two surviving Cathedral peregrine chicks banded and examined
The event includes performance, free tours, Catholic mass and fundraising dinner.
Novelist and retired Pitt English professor was more than an ‘outlaw writer.’
Stop by the pop-up Commuter Cafe in Schenley Plaza