Staff members a perfect match — for kidney donation
Random encounter at the University Club fitness center led to life-changing operation for both.
What’s new: Food options continue to multiply on and off campus in Oakland
Faculty and staff can take advantage of Pitt Dining with Lunch Money program.
What’s new: Global Plan for Pitt comes to life at new Hub in Posvar Hall
Space gives students access to international programs and faculty/staff a place to teach and share.
What’s new: Pitt–Greensburg president is where he wants to be
Gregerson impressed by faculty, staff attitude of ‘We’re here to serve students.’
What’s new: Bradford/Titusville leader says Pitt best of both worlds
Koverola has commitment to diversity and getting education to the underserved.
Chancellor says Pitt will explore socially responsible investing strategies
Response to report says University must look at importance of issue and impact on financial health.
Year of Creativity isn’t just for artists and musicians
Request for proposals open; committee specifically seeks interdisciplinary projects.
Latinx initiative hopes to boost diversity in faculty and research
Provost’s office, UCIS beginning multi-year, cluster-hiring initiative headed by Ariel Armony.
Making Pitt Work: Heinz Chapel docent knows his history
Frank Kurtik, one of four part-time guides, delights in revealing the many ornate details to visitors.
Provost continues to focus on diversity issues
Ann Cudd gets high marks after her first year in Pitt’s leadership.
Pitt defends Confucius Institute language program as autonomous from China
State Department modifications force University to suspend program this year because of visa fears.
Listening session participants hope One Bigelow helps break down silos
The planned new building could be collaborative space for faculty from different disciplines.
Pitt Police to host Citizen’s Police Academy
The class is limited to 20 participants and will be held on Wednesdays from Sept. 25 to Nov. 13.
Pitt’s new look has brighter palette and cleaner logos
The updated marks and colors were developed after input from all parts of the University.
Building the ultimate tour of Pitt for new students, employees
Readers suggest some stops that Pathfinders might want to add to their itinerary.
Jewish community plans remembrance events for Tree of Life tragedy
The mass shooting on Oct. 27, 2018, left 11 dead and Pittsburgh and the world stunned.
New faculty urged to ‘develop a growth mindset’
Nearly one third of 400 new instructors turn out for day of orientation.
Next hearings on faculty union bid set for December
Hearings were held in July about disputed size of bargaining unit.
Pitt–Titusville decides not to use two housing facilities in new hub plan
The properties will revert to the city, which gave them to the University in 1965.
Pitt–Bradford has plenty of good news to share
Campus makes two prominent lists, gets $1 million in state funding and separate PLCB grant.
Lyke wants Panthers fans to ask for ACC Network
Several cable providers, including Comcast, have not agreed to carry the sports network yet.
Pitt Dining’s Veg Collective offers vegan master list
The compilation gives options at all on-campus facilities.
Creating a teaching philosophy one of many faculty workshops offered
Center for Teaching and Learning has much to offer for faculty and graduate assistants.
‘Graphic Medicine’ exhibit helps tell difficult stories
Falk Library displaying and lending out health-related novels and memoirs in cartoon style.
Office of Sustainability moving ahead with new initiatives
Look for more composting bins, electric box trucks and green programming this fall.
Mental Wellness Book Club to offer four titles this year
“iGen” to kick off popular program; each session will be open to just 15 participants