More than 100 in isolation as Oakland campus moves to Elevated Risk.
More than 60 new student cases of COVID-19 have been reported since Nov. 3.
The recess period will now start on Dec. 21, with staff returning to work on Jan. 4.
The tiny antibody fragments could be delivered as an inhalable mist, going directly to lungs.
Workers 59 and older with 10 years of consecutive service are eligible; details of offer coming soon.
While Pitt’s numbers remain low, officials want to limit transmission as students travel home.
Library plans to hire project archivist and involve students in processing 450 boxes of material.
Board’s ad-hoc committee on fossil fuels expects to complete its work by January.
Philippa Carter’s role in the Dietrich School also means making virtual visits to promote Pitt.
Committee hears about childcare limitations and rewriting of educational policy.
Sustainability officials seeking feedback on how to move forward and what would success look like.
Wallace says this is “another piece in our puzzle” of becoming more inclusive across fields.
Dean Kinloch says both changes will help school meet vision of equity, innovation and justice.
Law professor says changes “frankly stunning”; Pitt stands by its Sexual Misconduct Policy.
Teaching center offers alternatives to traditional tests, says remote proctoring has risks.
The discussions have been prompted by impending switch from Box to OneDrive.
Lichtveld brings 40 years of experience to Pitt, most recently at Tulane University.
School of Education’s Carole Bost started as a teenager and is leaving after 54 years.
Coaches moving into Petersen Sports Complex addition; Bigelow crosswalk now open.
Panelist says to remember: “You are not the party that you vote for nor the party that you identify with.”
An energy audit can help determine where your house is leaking air.
“The Revolution They Remember” brings together oral histories of Cultural Revolution.