Board committee approves demolition of LRDC, O’Hara Garage
Work will begin in May, with the parking structure set to go first; project will take nearly a year.
Pitt Day of Giving exceeds goal for number of donors
University says they wanted to focus on “honoring donors and celebrating giving at every level” not just the total contributions.
Work moving ahead at 5051 Centre Ave. research facility
University and UPMC hope to foster interdisciplinary collaboration when it opens in 2021.
Pitt researchers among select few getting coronavirus to study
Hundreds turn out for teach-in to learn more about COVID-19 and its repercussions.
Senate Council hears about virus research, approves digital accessibility policy
Gallagher tells members that investigation ongoing into death of student pedestrian in January.
Flexibility top concern at Shaping the Workplace sessions, DeJong says
University also looking at new parking and child care solutions, Staff Council hears.
TEACHING HEROES: Philosophy professor comes at ideas from many angles
Shumener hopes to build students’ respect for people who disagree with them.
Grad union election issues headed back to PLRB in May
Arguments will focus on if unfair practices affected the outcome and if watchers can keep lists.
Two Senate panels looking at faculty evaluations
Suggestions from Tenure committee raise several questions at Faculty Affairs.
Safety a top concern with any campus construction project
Specialist in Facilities Management keeps an eye on all contractors doing work here.
Fueling Our Future showcase to highlight internal grants
Momentum Fund and Forge Your Own Path awardees will be announced Feb. 24.
University taking the lead on caregiving research
First annual conference and workshop focuses on a newly popular topic.
Get a free health consult to help get moving
Healthy Lifestyle Institute wants you to “Make the Move” to more exercise.
Black political leaders call for action beyond voting
Panel at Homewood CEC exhorts community to communicate with each other.
Coalition seeks Board of Trustees vote on fossil fuel divestment
University says “work is ongoing” on socially responsible investing for endowment.
Pitt Day of Giving includes on-campus celebration
Pitt Fund, the General Scholarship Fund and Panthers Forward top priorities for Feb. 25 donations.
Heinz Chapel marks Women’s History Month with window tours
Four concerts also will celebrate new and old works by female artists.
Students will manage two new Saxbys cafes on Oakland campus
Facilities in Cathedral and Hillman Library part of Experiential Learning Program.
March is a big month for key conferences on campus
Grad studies retreat, Community Engaged Scholarship Forum, Mentoring Summit upcoming
Walnut Capital to begin demolition for Fifth Avenue building
Bus lane stop at Halket Street relocated and sidewalk closed through that area.