Any asymptomatic student can get a test, no questions asked; shelter in place continues.
Pitt administered 500 shots on April 8 to faculty and staff who work directly with students.
Three partners already developing programs on campus and more on the way.
University says it’s still watching conditions before making final determination on ceremonies.
Nicola Foote will take over the position on July 1 and will be a professor in GSPIA.
Medical school among best for research, and nursing doctorate ranks second for public schools.
Larry Davis remembered for pioneering work at Pitt Social Work and far beyond.
Pickett says University needs to determine a collective understanding of what equity is.
His job pivoted to getting faculty and staff building access during the past year.
Experts from several departments will discuss how data can be used and misused.
Alicia Garza kicks off Pitt Law’s Achieving Excellence Speaker Series.
Participants urge everyone to seek support and be prepared to change directions.
Susan and Emily’s Law, which would allow protected bike lanes, awaits Pa. Senate action.
Newsletter premieres with column by Rutenbar and news about work being done on campus.
The internal funding promotes partnerships and this year put special focus on social justice.
Demands of teaching new ways, supporting students and juggling family have led to an epidemic of faculty stress and burnout.
Many of these techniques also will work to stop problems in Teams.
McCarthy updates committee on change to “G grade” that allows for fallback grade.