Pitt will receive $30.6 million from latest federal stimulus
Like before, some of the money must be used for direct student aid.
Child care issues spark strong feelings in Faculty Assembly
Many worry stress of having children at home is impacting teaching performance and student evaluations.
CMU proctoring center open to children of Pitt employees
The program, at $5 an hour, is for students in grades 1 to 6 who are enrolled in online schooling.
Student-facing cameras installed in 50 classrooms, Pitt IT says
Some Flex@Pitt technology will continue to be used after the pandemic, committee hears.
Staff heroes: Remote law school finals had extra challenges
Susanna Leers’ job of 17 years has evolved to “overseeing pretty much everything in electronics.”
Pitt faculty salaries see bump when adjusted for cost of living
Lecturers’ pay continues to lag behind peers even with modified numbers.
News you might have missed from over the break
Bigelow reopens; Pitt remembers Thornburgh; Public Health to lead fracking studies; Bradford grant
Winter session through Pitt–Greensburg deemed a success
The 10 classes filled up quickly and attracted students from all campuses and ranks.
Almost all area colleges delayed start of semester
Most also will remain remote for the first few weeks before returning to hybrid learning.
Faculty saw more cheating on recent remote finals
Committee members say a change in the culture around academic integrity is needed.
University leaders speak out about Jan. 6 attack on U.S. Capitol
Gallagher: “Today’s events remind us that our democracy is not to be taken for granted.”
Pitt experts say insurrection should have consequences
Bonneau calls for president and members of Congress to be held accountable.
Property watch: Deal reached between Wexford Science, OPDC on Forbes building
Walkway near Irvis Hall closed until Feb. 5; Pitt buys two properties in Oakland
Building access still limited to those with Pitt IDs
Concierges in place to check temperatures and face coverings