Pitt signs agreement to purchase all the power from planned hydroelectric plant
The Allegheny River project will supply 25 percent of the Oakland campuses power needs when it comes online in 2022.
After 50 years, School of Social Work manager still finds job ‘very, very rewarding’
‘Rosie’ Rinella started when she was still in high school and has served under five deans.
Pitt–Titusville to reduce faculty, staff by 2020, committee told
Transition to a ‘collaborative model’ with community college and trade schools moving ahead.
Innovation Institute celebrates new technologies, start-ups and patents
Five prizes will be handed out at the 13th annual event, including a lifetime achievement award.
Teaching heroes: Meredith Guthrie tries to connect, even with large lecture classes
Department of Communications lecturer wants to teach students ‘to learn for themselves.’
Forum attendees want Pitt’s endowment out of fossil fuels
Socially Responsible Investing Committee hopes to get a report to the chancellor “sometime in this academic year.”
Healthy Lifestyle Institute's first summit to bring together Pitt experts
Director says University can be a leader in changing behaviors to improve health and quality of life.
Panel discussion to tackle issues of racism, hate crimes and anti-Semitism
Dietrich School dean and School of Law professors to lead Dec. 3 discussion as followup to Tree of Life tragedy.
Remembering Adolf Grünbaum, founder of Pitt’s Center for Philosophy of Science
The noted philosopher came to the University in 1960.
Staff Green Guide gives tips on events, catering and more
The new booklet complements the one developed for students last year.
New Forbes crosswalk on track, but Bigelow work could be delayed, committee told
PittServes reports on search for host sites for Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service projects.
Faculty and staff info sessions planned monthly at Community Engagement Center
Participants will learn the site's history and how to get involved.
Staff Council-sponsored tours of Oakland campus will continue next year
Look at lower campus aimed at new staff and faculty hires, but anyone is welcome.
Faculty Assembly looks ahead to upcoming issues
Bonneau says work is starting on budgeting for the next fiscal year.