Since coming here in 2005, she has been instrumental in several high-profile initiatives.
Dietrich School Dean Kathleen Blee and CMU professor Cranor will lead the Collaboratory Against Hate.
The event continues March 18 and all of next week; medical and non-medical positions available.
Read a special message of thanks from Chancellor Gallagher on an ‘exceedingly difficult’ year.
Provost Cudd has asked deans and campus presidents to develop holistic review processes.
Celebrate small for St. Patrick’s Day and keep your mask on even if you’re vaccinated, Pitt urges.
Senate computing committee looking for recommendations on this issue.
He got back in the office as soon as possible and is still putting in six days a week.
Equity, Inclusion and Anti-Discrimination has particular needs for diverse membership.
Wallace and Johnson-Osho not only want to attract new hires, but also celebrate those already here.
Search committee being formed; goal is to have position filled by beginning of fall semester.
Greensburg, Bradford and Titusville will hold drive-through ceremonies; Johnstown has indoor and outdoor options.
Panel discussion gives credit to Black Action Society for advocating early on for diversity.
Forum looks at history, causes and some solutions of community displacement.
Participants will meet with state lawmakers and help tell the University’s stories.
The order upholds the vote against unionization, by 716 to 677, in April 2019.
Committee gets update on unions’ early retirements and TIAA; members share workload concerns.
The buildings in Shadyside are a mix of employees, post-docs and graduate students.
The three support sessions will tackle stress management, mindfulness and difficult conversations.
The completed document is expected to be released soon as Pitt heads toward 2037 goal.