Impending faculty union vote stirs strong opinions
Supporters seek more control; opposition says shared governance with administration has worked.
OPINION: Chris Bonneau on ‘Why I Oppose Unionization’
“The decision to unionize stands in sharp contract to a system of shared governance.”
OPINION: Several Senate committee chairs speak out in support of union
“Our decision is informed … by our long experience participating in shared governance.”
Seed grant helps high school students with ‘Experiencing Architecture’
The summer program led by Sara Pettit included building tours and input from local architects.
Easier path created to get student data for research purposes
The de-identified information includes demographics, test scores, classes taken and more.
Pitt grad returning to lead Nationality Rooms
Csoman, who will succeed E. Maxine Bruhns, has been active with the Hungarian Room.
Patents issued to Pitt innovators continue to climb
University ranked 20th in top patent-producing colleges worldwide; up eight spots.
Art of Diversity shines through in writing, painting and more
More than 70 projects were submitted in conjunction with the annual Diversity Forum