Provost Cudd speaks out on her visions for Pitt
Diversity in faculty, staff and students will be one of her top issues.
Establishing a faculty union faces many hurdles
Organizers hope to get 30 percent of faculty to sign authorization cards by Jan. 22, 2019
Grad students, Pitt administration make their cases for and against unionization to PLRB
Week-long hearings will continue through Friday at the Hilton Garden Inn.
Pitt, UPMC moving ahead with major construction work
New Heart and Transplant Hospital will dramatically change the Oakland skyline.
Board of Trustees approves new CFO and hears annual report from Gallagher
State Department official Sastry will start in new position on Oct. 22.
Mural project honors history and helps reintegrate juvenile probationers
Pitt–Greensburg professor's Community Arts Reintegration Project takes shape in Mt. Pleasant.
Budget Policies Committee approves guidelines for Pitt budgeting units
A survey of groups made up of faculty, staff and students helped shape new guidelines.
Dietrich School Advising Center ‘meeting the students where they are’
Dean Blee wants to focus on improving students’ undergraduate experience.
Jinx Walton reports to Computer Usage Committee on possible software and technology changes
Password management software, Salesforce and wireless updates among topics discussed.
IP policy issues continue to stir debate at Faculty Assembly
Some worry previously signed documents will cause problems in the future.
Pitt requests 6.5 percent increase from the state for 2019-20
If approved, the funding would follow a 2.8 percent increase in this budget year.
Get ready for a season of music from Pitt’s ensembles
Concerts kick off this Sunday with the Pitt Choirs Showcase at First Baptist Church
International Week to celebrate UCIS 50th anniversary
The celebration kicks off Oct. 13 with events at the Cathedral of Learning.