Pitt’s numbers well below those of several comparable schools in the region and ACC.
The rankings changed some criteria, adding more weight to student debt and less to SAT/ACT.
Many worried course materials would be used by the University without their consent.
The week of virtual activities includes performances, readings, film, conversations and more.
Exceptions filed by the USW dismissed, but challenged ballots will be reviewed.
Immunology’s grants manager Porter, who is retiring soon, tries to take the paperwork burden from scientists.
Hate Has No Home Here one of several initiatives for campus with a student body that's 20 percent Black.
The programs, which address social justice, privilege and more, are open to the public.
Flex@Pitt still allows in-person or remote learning, but each campus is open for business.
Institute of Politics and Thornburgh Forum program interviews civic leaders on current issues.
Singing groups will wear masks and stand 10 feet apart; Theatre Arts still working on plans for space.
Online discussions will build on what was learned through the Pandemic Service Initiative.
The annual event, which kicks off Sept. 15, will include panels, speed networking and even some dancing.
The deal, along with new propane-fueled shuttles, move Pitt closer to carbon neutral goal.
Positive tests since Aug. 1 hit 163 with 93 now in isolation; face masks now required inside and outdoors.
New focus will be on “being very vigilant with testing close contacts,” says doctor from medical response office.
Also in This Issue:
Lecture spotlight: ‘Constitution of Enslavement’; ‘Teaching Through Trauma’; ‘Will Race Always Matter?’